Seville Travel Tips
One of the first people to fall in love with Seville was the poet-king Al-Mutamid, and the city's ability to dazzle has not abated since. It takes a stony heart not to be captivated by its exuberant atmosphere - stylish, confident, ancient, proud, yet also convivial, intimate and fun-loving. Seville's crowded center unfolds subtly as you wind your way through narrow streets and small squares. Its flamenco, bullfighting and nightlife are incomparable.
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Sizzling, stylish and spirited – that’s Seville. Standing proudly on the banks of the Río Guadalquivir, Andalucía’s capital dances to its own exhilarating beat. Whether you’re getting ...
Holy Week in Seville (this year April 17th-24th) is the celebration of the passion and death of Christ through the brotherhood processions to the Cathedral. Besides the religious aspects, Holy Week ...
Written by Seville Expert: Marta, Spain, February 2011
This impressive square, that was the pavilion of Spain for the American exhibition held in 1929, is a symbol of Seville.
After 9 years of work, partial closures and restorations, can now be seen ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, March 2012
Don’t you hate going out to eat and having to choose between all those delicious things on the menu? That’s the genius of tapas: you can choose lots of little dishes instead of just one big one. It ...
Written by Seville Expert: Marta, Spain, March 2011
Spring is the most beautiful season in Seville. Although officially the opening is on 21 March the mild climate of Seville makes spring coming a month earlier.
It is without doubt the best time ...
Written by Seville Expert: Marta, Spain, July 2011
We can start our tour in the Plaza de la Encarnacion radically transformed by the shopping center Parasol, better known as the mushrooms. Its architecture design leaves no one indifferent. In the ...
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