Seville is divided into a few neighborhoods or sections that are unique unto themselves and which visitors to the city may enjoy seeing.  Historic Seville is the city's oldest section.  All of the city's oldest buildings are found here as are several of the city's original ethnic neighborhoods such as Judería, the Jewish quarter.  This part of the city is full of quaint cafes and shops and is very walkable.

Triana is another of Seville's neighborhoods located on the opposite side of the Guadalquivir River from the main city.  Triana was historically the city's fishing district and has many interesting streets, bars, and churches that visitors will enjoy seeing.

The Island of Cartuja is Seville's most modern section, all of its buildings having been built for the 1992 World's Fair.  It is home to an amusement park and a wildlife park as well as to a campus of the local university.