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Bike Route I: Top Monuments of Seville (what you can’t miss)

Bike Route I: Top Monuments of Seville (what you can’t miss)

Welcome to beautiful to Seville! A city full of colors, long summer nights and a cheerful atmosphere. Maybe you’ve already made a bit of sense about Seville before your trip, read about it in guidebooks or searched the internet. Often emblematic places or monuments are highlighted, … READ MORE

Sevilla’s big river: Guadalquivir

Sevilla’s big river: Guadalquivir

We can all agree that Guadalquivir is the most important thing about the city because if it was not for the river we would not be here, it is the spine of Sevilla. Guadalquivir is the 5th longest river in Spain, it is 657kms long, … READ MORE

National Geographic Traveller’s guide to Seville (including Seebybike!!!)

National Geographic Traveller’s guide to Seville (including Seebybike!!!)

A while ago we were lucky enough to be able to show our beautiful Seville to two of the most interesting people we’ve ever met Jamie Lafferty and Nori Jemil, they both came to Seville sent by the National Geographic Traveller UK and we couldn’t … READ MORE

ITÁLICA

ITÁLICA

Italica was founded in 206 BC by the great Roman general Publius Cornelius Scipio (the Africanus) to settle his victorious veterans from the Second Punic Wars against Hannibal and the Carthaginians, and close enough to the Guadalquivir to control the area. The name Italica reflected the veterans’ Italian … READ MORE

12 Reasons why you should NEVER visit Seville.

12 Reasons why you should NEVER visit Seville.

It is always sunny (you know how annoying the sun can be). There are 40.000 orange trees in the city so if you come during April, May or June you will have to smell the orange blossom 24/7. Guadalquivir river is the only navigable river … READ MORE

Torre del Oro

Torre del Oro

Hey Seebybikers!! We all know that Sevilla has a lot of interesting buildings but this one might be one of our favorites: Torre del Oro.     Yesterday we sent our trainees Liam and Craig to visit it in the morning (remember the visit is … READ MORE