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 ...

The weather in Seville

The weather in Seville

Sunny skies ahead! Yes, the weather in Seville is, along with food, historical sights and flamenco, a major reason to visit the city. In fact, the sub-tropical summer climate in Seville is the second hottest in Europe, after neighbouring Córdoba. Think you can take the heat? Read on, as we talk you season-by-season through the weather in Seville. more ...

Where to see flamenco shows in Seville

Where to see flamenco shows in Seville

As anyone who has ever experienced a flamenco show in Seville will know, this expressive dance and charming city go together like music and song. In this entry, we look at the best places to see flamenco in Seville. more ...

Our favourite tapas bars in Seville

Our favourite tapas bars in Seville

Seville is considered by many to be the cradle of tapas. We couldn’t tell you if this is true or not for sure, but what we do know is that tapas in Seville is not just a part of the city’s gastronomic culture, but also a way of life – one to be enjoyed in outdoor terraces, or by having a drink with friends. more ...

18th edition of the Seville International Flamenco Fashion Show 2012

18th edition of the Seville International Flamenco Fashion Show 2012

Taking place from the 2nd to the 5th of February this year is the 18th edition of SIMOF, the Seville “Salon Internacional de la Moda Flamenca” in the Seville Conference and Exhibition Centre (FIBES). Here visitors will get first glance at the latest in flamenco fashion, the only regional outfit that is capable of evolving and reinventing itself year after year. 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 ...

Seville International Horse Show 2011

Seville International Horse Show 2011

The Salón Internacional Caballo de Pura Raza Española (SICAB) or International Horse Show is the only fair of its kind and is held in Seville. It is entirely dedicated to Spanish Purebred horses (PRE), is the most important single-theme trade fair in the world and brings together the largest number of this breed of horses in one equestrian event. more ...

Seville to host the Davis Cup Final

Seville to host the Davis Cup Final

Its tennis time and Seville knows it. The city is already preparing to host the Davis Cup final, an event that gathers the best international male tennis players on an annual basis. The Andalusian capital is waiting for the event on tenderhooks, not only due to the fact that they have been given the honour of hosting the oldest international championship, but also due to the fact that Spain is one of the finalists in question, as well as Argentina. more ...

The best Andalusian gazpacho

The best Andalusian gazpacho

Gazpacho is, together with paella and Spanish omelette, one of the most typical dishes in Spain. Every year, when it gets really hot, this refreshing cold soup becomes one of the most requested starters in all the restaurants. more ...

Music in the gardens of the Alcazár in Seville 2011

Music in the gardens of the Alcazár in Seville 2011

This festival is organised every year by the Real Alcázar Council offering a musical journey back through the ages, which the monument has bore witness to over the centuries. Ancient music with medieval sounds, as well as renaissance, baroque, together with classical and romance music will comprise the bulk of the programme. The explosion of sound will be completed with jazz, blues, folk and flamenco sounds, amongst other different kinds of music from all over the world. more ...

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