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Jerez Historic Guided Tour with Winery Visit and Tasting
"Take advantage of this offer where you can enjoy a guided tour to the historic center of Jerez scouring its streets squares buildings and monuments of historical and artistic heritage of Jerez that still retain the essence of centuries past. Later you will be able to visit one of the most famous wineries where wine and brandy are born grow up and grow old quietly. You will taste its fabulous wines and visiting by train through the vineyard: the Route of Brandy the Route of the Cooperage and Route of Wine. You also will watch a movie called ""The happy mice of Jerez"" and will visit the wine store.""""Offer in which you can enjoy a guided tour to the historic center of Jerez through the streets
From EUR36.00
 
Seville Day Trip from Cordoba by High-Speed Train
"Your day trip from Cordoba to Seville starts with a meet-and-greet service in central Cordoba where you'll receive your round-trip train ticket to Seville. Then simply hop aboard your train at Cordoba Estación Central Station and relax on your 45-minute journey south to Seville. Meet your local guide outside Seville Santa Justa Station and start exploring the city on a minibus tour to get your bearings around the city. Admire some of the city’s top attractions such as Plaza de España in Maria Luisa Park and hear how the square was created for the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition World’s Fair. Set in the middle of elaborate Moorish-style gardens the square was built in a classic Renaissance Revival style and is now home to several important Government buildings.Step off your coach in the center of town
From EUR115.00
 
"Seville In One Day: Santa Cruz Quarter
Royal Maestranza Bullring and River Cruise""After a pickup from your central Seville hotel set out on your full-day sightseeing tour around spectacular Seville – the capital of Spain’s Andalucía region. As you travel by luxury minibus sit back and relax listening to your expert guide explain the history of this charismatic city.Pass Plaza de España – the lavish square in Maria Luisa Park – and learn of its creation for the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition World’s Fair. Set in the middle of elabora
From EUR79.00

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Obtaining your Credentials in Seville

You first port of call should be the Cathedral as this is where the Official version is issued – However the office isn’t always open – It wasn’t when we were trying to get ours so we were directed to...
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Sevilla tours

This buses sometimes are a good option if you do not have much time to spend walking around, or it is raining or it is too hot.We did not do it, as we walked all sevilla around, getting lost (on...
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Meal time

Something you have to be aware going to Spain is that their meal habit is a little different than mostly of the other country.They dont do breakfast much, maybe a coffee and something little. Their...
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Orange tree streets

My first experience with orange trees as street decorations struck me five years ago while in the city of Castelo Branco, Portugal. I was so amazed at their decorative beauty that I forgot to take any...
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Religious Processions

Not only during the Semana Santa are there many processions, but also throughout the year you can see processions!When we were there in September 2008 we encountered two processions during our 4 day...
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The Flamenco Frock

Probably seen by the world as the traditional costume of Spain. If you are serious about wearing the dress correctly you must take several things into consideration, like the number and width of...
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The Cordoban Hats

The Cordoban Hat or Sevillian hat has become one of the most important representations of the Spanish culture. It comes largely in black but also other colours such as grey and beige and is made of...
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Fans

The flamenco dancers or Bailaoras use the fan to almost have a conversation. There are numerous movements of the hand and fan which relate particular meanings such as drawing across the eyes, means ‘I...
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Seville Shawls

The Seville Shawl or Manila Shawl had its beginnings in the Philippines when Spain colonized the country. Originally belonging to the Chinese with its oriental designs, the silk shawl soon became...
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Orange Trees

All around Seville you will see orange trees. These are not the usual sweet oranges that you eat but more a bitter or tart orange which is used in the area for making marmalade as well as in alcoholic...
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LA VELA DE SANTA ANA - Fiesta

21-26 JulyLA VELA DE SANTA ANA (The Candle of St Anna)This annual festival in Triana celebrates the areas patron saints, Santiago and la Sena Santa Ana. Trianeros, the Triana residents, throw their...
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Susanna's treachery

A lot of legends are connected with Santa Cruz district. One of the legends explains the name of Calle Susona street. Jew Susanna has grown fond of a christian knight. When she has found out, that her...
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Fiesta

I happened upon a vibrant little fiesta while in Sevilla. Good food, good music, fun people... One thing that amazed me was that there were young children out at 1:00 in the morning, looking awake and...
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Boat cruises

You can also get boat cruises along the Guadalquivir, there are many boats between San Telmo dridge and Triana bridge for different prices, some offer attractions as concerts, other dinners others...
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Calle San Fernando 2, Seville, Andalusia, 41004, Spain
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Calle Farnesio 6, Barrio de Santa Cruz, Seville, 41004, Spain
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c/ Lope de Rueda, 14, Barrio de Santa Cruz, Seville, 41004, Spain
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Calle de los Reyes Catolicos 4, Seville, Andalusia, 41001, Spain
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Plaza Jesus de la Redencion 2, Seville, Andalusia, 41003, Spain
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Isla de la Cartuja s/n, Seville, Andalusia, 41092, Spain
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Top Things to Do in Sevilla

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Alcazar

The varieties of architectural styles in this palace are stunning. It is a must stop in Sevilla and a beautiful place to just wander and enjoy. Hopefully I can save you a little aggravation in...
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Cathedral

The only things that remain from the mosque built in the 12th century and replaced by the cathedral are the tower - Giralda - and the adjacent cloister, called Pateo de los Naranjos because it is all...
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Santa Cruz District

After the Christian conquest of Seville this city became one of the greatest Jewish communities in Spain. Santa Cruz was one of their quarters, and, though their four synagogues were transformed in...
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Plaza de España

This square is a geographical lesson of Spain, in tiles you will see all the 50 provinces of Spàin with the map, history and a historic moment of that province. You will see Don Quijote and Sancho...
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Giralda

The minaret of the old mosque was kept when, in the 16th century, the mosque was demolished to build the cathedral. Later on, an earthquake destroyed its top, replaced by a belfry and topped with a...
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Parque de María Luisa

This is a huge park close to the Plaza de Espana, and filled with trees, hills, fountains, statues, gazebos, etc. There is also a duck pond with all sorts of water birds there (my favourites were the...
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spanishguy

"Seville, my home town"
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keeweechic

"Keeweechic's Seville"
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Carmela71

" Sevilla tiene un color especial "
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tompt

"Sevilla, more moorish then spanish ?"
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into-thin-air

""The Via de la Plata""
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