Sevilla Favorites

  • Inside a private caseta on opening night (2014)
    Inside a private caseta on opening night...
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  • With new Spanish friends (2014)
    With new Spanish friends (2014)
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  • With grannies singing/dancing near the fair (2014)
    With grannies singing/dancing near the...
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  • 1. Guadalquivir River and Bridges

    Along the Guadalquiver River that runs through and seperates Sevilla into two, you find many small parks where you can take a few minutes to rest from your walks through the town. We also saw this...

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  • 2. Seeing Seville by foot

    I have no idea why narrow streets so fascinate me, I guess it could be because I grew up in a home that had distance between us and the neighbours, so I try to imagine how it would be living and...

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  • 3. Plaza de Espana

    Taking walks all over Seville is what I enjoy the most. I call it a "perfect walking city" since I felt I could just go on and on, walking anywhere, and still enjoy every bit of the city. Spending a...

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  • 4. Cathedral

    If you are here for more than two days, I recommend visiting the Cathedral on one day, and then visiting the Alcazar on a second day. Save your feet, and slow down to a pace more enjoyable, Meanwhile...

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  • 5. Magical atmosphere

    The city surprising me how it is possible to survive in the summer-time in that temperature. Locals were frightening me with 50 degrees and more during the day time. I think I was brave enough to...

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  • 6. Alcazar

    Those little hungry monsters could be find in the Reales Alcázares, where they life their complacent and unproductive lives waiting to be feed by the tourists. Though apparently cute creatures, they...

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  • 7. Festivals

    During the week of the April Fair, I went to the fair every day because I loved it so much. Here are a few tips I picked up/learned while there, specifically for the feria: -The majority of casetas...

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  • 8. Flamenco

    Yes, I highly recommend that you catch a fiery Flamenco show at a local Tablao (flamenco bar)! The Tablao we patronized is called - El Patio Sevillano located in the Barrio de Santa Cruz...

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  • 9. Bullfighting

    Bullfighting and Seville are closely connected to each other. In 1730 when Philip V gave a concession for holding bullfights, the Real Maestranza decided to build its own bullring. It was square and...

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  • 10. No Shorts or T Shirts at These Sites

    The people of Seville are tasteful dressers and take pride in their appearance. As tourists it is important for us to respect those desires and try to dress...

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  • 11. Car Rental / Hire in Spain

    Do not hire a car from Europcar.We booked and prepaid for 10 days of a Mercedes car. We paid extra for after hours pick-up, and yet when we arrived in the early...

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  • 12. This stage of our Andalusian trip

    Previous to our visit to Sevilla, we had spent two nights in Granada with Sue's sister, where we toured the world-famous Alhambra. We left there for Sevilla...

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  • 13. General Info

    Tourism Offices* Plaza del Triunfo, 1 (main pic)41004 Sevilla- Tel.: (+34) 954 21 00 05 / 902 07 63 36- Fax: (+34) 954 21 08 58- E. mail:...

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  • 14. The Weather in Sevilla

    Sevilla is extremely hot in Summer, so, I recommend to avoid those months. In Winter, the weather is quite mild (at least when I went, Jan. '09), however, heavy...

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  • 15. Quotes

    "Seville, is a pleasant city, famous for oranges and women."Byron"The air soft as that of Seville in April, and so fragrant that it was delicious to breathe it....

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  • 16. Climate

    With Seville having a Mediterranean climate, the area can get quite hot during the summer months with temperatures going as high as even 45C, although an...

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  • 17. Toilets

    There are not a lot of public pay toilets in Seville and cafés are probably the best place to try or department stores. Some restaurants and bars will request...

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  • 18. Columbus

    Christopher Columbus was not born in Sevilla, and he did not die here, but still he is a very important person in Sevilla's history. He was an Italian serving...

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  • 19. NO 8 DO

    All over the place you will see the red flag or symbol with the NO 8 DO inscription in it. It is the city flag of Sevilla and it actually is a rebus:the 8 looks...

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  • 20. Sevilla on a budget

    If money is tight, you might want to save whenever possible. And there are ways to save money:- be sure to have your International Student Card at hand, because...

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  • 21. UNESCO World Heritage sites

    Sevilla has one huge UNESCO World Heritage site, which actually consists of three complexes: the Cathedral with the Giralda, the Alcazar and its gardens and the...

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  • 22. Tiles

    You will notice that everywhere you will find the most beautiful tiles in Sevilla - no matter if it is just a courtyard, an outside marker of a special site, on...

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  • 23. Sevilla resting place (no not THAT kind)

    One of the much overlooked things that we liked about Spain was that there always seemed to be a bench to sit down and rest your weary feet. This was especially...

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  • 24. Friendly law officers

    We have a custom in our family which was begun by our daughter Tal. In each and every country we visit we greet some of the local police and take our photograph...

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  • 25. Graffitti

    Graffitti, street artists, defacers, whatever you want to call this type of thing, in many cases it would be termed ART if it was in what most people think of...

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