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Photoblog: Stunning Seville, Spain

May 2018

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

Plaza de Espana in the spring time in the city of Seville, Spain. Stunning pink flowers in front of a statue
A panoramic view of the Plaza de Espana in Seville, Spain at dusk
A tower in the Plaza de Espana in front of the reflection pool
Hayley Elizabeth enjoys the sunset and vibrant sky at the Plaza de Espana balcony in Seville Spain
Plaza de Espana at dusk, with the moon and dusty sky

Cathedral and Bell Tower

Catedral de Sevilla y la Giralda

Hayley Elizabeth in front of the cathedral doors in Seville, Spain
The Seville cathedral ceiling
Mary holding her son Jesus, a painting in the cathedral of Seville
View of the orange courtyard from the bell tower of the Seville cathedral
The city of Seville from the bell tower of the cathedral
The streets of Seville from above in the cathedral's bell tower
Hayley Elizabeth smiling in the orange courtyard in the Seville cathedral

Around the City

Street view of Seville Spain
Palm trees in visible from the streets of Seville Spain
Dried flowers hanging in the streets of Seville, Spain
The river of Seville, Spain
Hayley Elizabeth on the bridge in Seville Spain

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!

Happy Travels-

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