Seville is an absolutely breathtaking city. Take a stroll by the Guadalquivir river, relax in the parks, get lost in the winding medieval streets, and more. Here are the absolute best things to do in Seville.
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he first time I encountered tapas, I was 6 and didn't like them. My head was level with a huge wooden bar, and all I could see was a school of shiny silvery fish languishing near slices of bread. I've grown some since then; my head clears the bar mos...
Traveling to Seville? Make sure you check out Eatwith hosts Coral & Alex's tapas and wine tasting, Antonio's gourmet seasonal dinner, and Michelin-trained chef Rico's contemporary degustation.
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When Americans visit Spain, it seems as though their primary destination is always either Madrid or Barcelona. This isn’t overly surprising; Madrid and Barcelona are the country’s two most populous cities, and they both have a lot to offer. I spent...
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The Museum of Osuna recently rolled out a permanent exhibit devoted to Game of Thrones, which shot some of last season's most memorable scenes here. With the help of CGI magic and hundreds of residents happy to serve as extras, the town's century-old bullring was transformed into the main fighting pit of Meereen.
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In 1987, UNESCO named Seville’s cathedral, Royal Alcazar palace and Archive of the Indies as World Heritage sites. This Conjunto Monumental (Monumental Complex) was chosen because it “[P]erfectly epitomise[s] the Spanish ‘Golden Age’, incorporating v...