Seville

Seville’s Holy Week

Seville’s Holy Week

Have you ever heard of Seville's Holy Week and its magnificent processions? It is held between Palm Sunday and Resurrection Sunday to commemorate the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Christ.Every year, this city prepares to live one of the most intense and important...

The rooftop of the Cathedral of Seville

The rooftop of the Cathedral of Seville

If you are not afraid of heights, do not suffer from vertigo and you are fit, we suggest you visit the rooftop of the Cathedral of Seville. We have discussed this in our Seville Guide. It's about walking over its rooftop, touring its passages and enjoying the...

The beII tower of the Cathedral of SeviIIe

The beII tower of the Cathedral of SeviIIe

My favourite place in SeviIIe is the Giralda, the beII tower of the Cathedral of Santa Maria in the center of the city of SeviIIe. The GiraIda was the former minaret of the mosque where the CathedraI was founded in 1403. It is in a almohade styIe and is Iocated on the...

Go out for tapas in Seville

In Spain, gastronomy is a pleasure. It is known for its wines, its ham, its olive oil, its tapas, its pintxos and its Mediterranean diet. It offers a variety of dishes and flavours that change depending on the region. Hence, continue reading if you want to learn about...

Explore Seville in 2 days,  the best tour to discover the city

Explore Seville in 2 days, the best tour to discover the city

Day 1 Our first day in Seville starts in the Plaza de España, designed by the Seville architect Aníbal González as an emblematic space of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. Located in the María Luisa Park, it is the most famous park in the city. Then we make a...

Seville, the city with the most orange trees in the world

Seville, the city with the most orange trees in the world

Did you know that Seville is the city that has the most orange trees in the world? If you go to Seville in spring, you can enjoy the aroma of the thousands of orange blossoms that are all over the city. This is because Seville is the city that has the most orange...

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