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We spent seven nights in Seville – based over the river in Triana – and found something new to do each day. Seville is a great walking city, with several plazas, lots of trees, and many cafes in which to relax and catch one’s breath....More
The historical center of Seville is simply beautiful with incredible architecture and history. It is a maze of small alleyways. So do yourself a favor and get lost, wander about and see what awaits on the next street.
The Casco Historico of Sevilla is impressive in scale and detail. The Cathedral with its huge bell tower is a Gothic wonder. Crossing the Plaza, the Alcazar can be toured afterwards. For those who love charm, walking through the winding streets of Santa Fe is...More
Lots of people meandering in stifling hot streets, however, I loved the old centre, beautiful buildings and a real sense of history, great little tapas bars along the way to quench the thirst and I didn't find it overly expensive.
You can spend all day in Seville wandering the streets and never even going to a tourist attraction, and it will be a day well spent. I have been in cities in more than 20 countries on three continents and this one is just the...More
Sevilla was a worldwide important trade city at the end of the 15th century. The expulsion of the Jews was the beginning of its decline. It remains beautifull buildings and a Jewish quarter worth to visit. Have good walking shoes to go all around. Very...More