I went to Seville to catch my bus to Morocco when I went over the late April puente. After returing from Africa, I got to spend some time in Seville but only for a handful of hours; I was only there for half a day before catching the train back to Córdoba. I didn’t get to see their most famous attraction, the Royal Alcázar of Seville, which was a bummer. We saw only two of the cities main attractions.
The city never sleeps! There are flamenco shows every night, parties, festivals, and cultural sights that require at least a couple days to truly experience. But here’s just a taste of my time there.
Plaza de España
Cathedral and Bell Tower
Catedral de Sevilla y la Giralda
Around the City
Seville is one of the most iconic southern Spanish cities. I regret not being able to see it or really spend time there. There is so much to do and experience in such a vibrant city. But alas, it only means one thing… I have to go back!