If there is a region of Spain that always attracted me is Andalucia and Seville which was the city we chose to visit, was exactly what we expected. Those first 5 minutes that marked “the first impression” fulfilled their mission with me.
Seville was our last stop touring the southern region of a country that I love and where I feel so comfortable, so “at home”. I may miss the tacos and the spicy, my family and friends, but it is a place where I feel comfortable walking in its streets (well, actually, I have never felt uncomfortable anywhere). You understand me, I mean that “feeling ” that generates me always wanting to go back to a place.
“Ishbiliya”, as it was called during Arab domination, is the Andalusian capital, the fourth largest in Spain.
In my work as a blogger one of the things I enjoy most is being able to meet bloggers from other cities and of course from other countries and this is the case of my friend Silvia who writes “El blog de Silvia” and I met here in Mexico, with which made a great friendship. It was a great joy to be reunited now in your country and we could meet you with someone from the region. So when we first met at the hotel meeting point, we went out to tour the beautiful Seville.
Our first visit was to the imposing, attractive, Gothic Cathedral, one of the largest churches in the world! Built where it knew the Great Mosque, with style “almohade”, to enter it you can cross the Patios de los Naranjos, very well maintained.
After admiring its beauty, we decided to take a walk in Calandria or as they call it “horse carriage”, the places we visited shocking, beautiful gardens and a few minutes was already in front of the main entrance of the Royal Palace, the Royal Palace in It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1987. After taking the photographs, we finished the trip right where we started, in front of the cathedral.
It was lunch time, so we decided to eat some tapas and a rich “caña”, to decide the destination of our steps during the afternoon. I do not know why but taking a face or a beer in a small glass, in Spain is more refreshing than anywhere in the world.
The sun continued to accompany us and we walked to meet the River Guadalquivir and the Tower of Gold, on its shore. But we could not contemplate it for a long time because Seville, it is not Seville if you do not visit a Tablao Flamenco. And we chose one of the most traditional and old “El Tablao El Arenal”. Incredible to see the strength and passion with which his tradition is danced and performed by his music, a definitely Imperdible and my recommendation number one, if you visit this beautiful city.
On the way out of there, we toured Seville at night, Magica, with a lot of life and joy, it was worth a trip around the same places where we were in the morning, now enlightened and beautiful; Seville was as we say dressed in a party, on a summer night.
At dawn it was time to rest, ready to continue knowing more of the world.
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