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13 Reasons why you should Visit Seville

13 Reasons why you should Visit Seville

I have visited Seville twice in the last few years, the first to do some sightseeing and discover the city. The second time to immerse myself in the vibrant life of the city and enjoy myself. Looking forward to my next visit, I would like to share what I most liked about the Andalusian capital with you. Here is my list of 13 things to do in Seville.more ...

Beat the Heat in Seville

Beat the Heat in Seville

There is a reason why Seville is known as the frying pan of Spain, it is hot. Not just hot but really hot, the adjective scorching doesn’t do justice to the extreme heat of Seville in August. With summer temperatures hovering above the 40º C mark that’s 104º F for those across the pond. Following these simple tips will help you beat the heat in Seville this summer.more ...

Bullfighting in Seville

Bullfighting in Seville

Bullfighting is something which raises passions in Spain. For some it is a bloody, tortuous spectacle in which the toro bravo has no chance of survival against man, sword, horse and cape. For others it is a majestic art in which man’s bravery is pitted against the bulls in an even contest. Whatever you may think of bullfighting, in Seville it is a tradition and the Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza is one of the best venues in Spain to watch the event.more ...

Apartments near the cathedral in Seville

Apartments near the cathedral in Seville

Seville is a fantastic place to visit during the cold winter months. Its avenues full of life, the warm afternoon sun, its gardens, the Guadalquivir river crossing the streets…..everything in Seville just invites you to relax and enjoy a pleasant holiday as a family or with your friends. more ...

Apartments close to Plaza Nueva in Seville

Apartments close to Plaza Nueva in Seville

As mentioned previously, Seville at Christmas is just stunning, as the centre, buildings, and orange trees lining the main street Avenida de la Constitucion are adorned, decorated and spectacularly lit up in honour of this festive holiday season, and the Sevillians celebrate this season the only way they know how, with a family fiesta and lots of good food. In addition, to all this lovely Christmas preparations there are numerous events and traditional celebrations taking place such as the Nativity Fair, parties and churros at the New Year, Kings Day, and the Cirque Style Balagan coming to town this January meaning that its going to be a long festive season this year. There is one place in particular that is the focal point of all these festive activities and that is Plaza Nueva where the City Hall is situated, and where many locals and visitors alike gather together with their grapes to see in the New Year. more ...

Carmona town, in the province of Seville

Carmona town, in the province of Seville

Seville, in all its beauty is blessed with other little towns surrounding the city, which are as equally enchanting and full of culture. You can travel just 30 minutes out of the charming Andalusian capital and find yourself in some of the most stunning and interesting places in the south. One town we would particularly like to mention is the small but picturesque town of Carmona located on a low hill overlooking the Guadalquivir Valley in the north-east of the city of Seville. more ...

Italica, the old Roman City in Seville

Italica, the old Roman City in Seville

As mentioned in our Seville “Tourist attractions for dummies”, this enchanting city has a rich cultural heritage and varied historical past after being conquered by the Romans, the Moors, and the Greeks, amongst others. This is demonstrated in what has been left behind, and in the way that the architecture has been influenced down to the fragments of roman ruins dotted around the city, which are casually located on main roads in the middle of the typical Sevillian districts that characterise this charming Spanish city, an indication of the city’s imperial past. An example includes the stunning roman aqueducts located on Calle de Luis Montoto (near the El Prado bus station) which are no longer complete as they fell victim to the urbanisation of the city, however there are other less well-known and even more stunning evidence that the Romans once conquered Seville, which comprises the old Roman city, Italica. more ...

3 things to do in Seville this Christmas

3 things to do in Seville this Christmas

Following on from our 3 things to do in autumn blog, which we hope has get you well prepared for Christmas and in the festive spirit of things, is our 3 tops things to do this Christmas in Seville. As mentioned previously, Seville at Christmas is just stunning, as the centre, buildings, and orange trees lining the main street Avenida de la Constitucion are adorned, decorated and spectacularly lit up in honour of this festive holiday season and the Sevillians are celebrating this season the only way they know how, with a family fiesta and lots of good food! more ...

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