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7 DAY TRIPS FROM SEVILLE

7 DAY TRIPS FROM SEVILLE

As Seville is located in the heart of Andalusia, it is an ideal starting point for exploring the region. Since public transport here is great, you can easily do a day trip, reaching the destinations in a very confortable way. Beacause of all that, we … READ MORE

The Most Important Monuments to Visit in Seville Part 3: Plaza de España, Plaza de América & Parque de María Luisa (+ 3 Museums)

The Most Important Monuments to Visit in Seville Part 3: Plaza de España, Plaza de América & Parque de María Luisa (+ 3 Museums)

  5. Plaza de España   Address  Plaza de España Military Museum Schedule Monday to Friday: 9:30 to 14:00 Saturdays: 10:00 to 14:00 Prices Free   6. Plaza de América Address  Plaza de América Arqueology Museum  Schedule: Tuesday to Saturday: 09:00 to 20:30 Sunday, holiday: … READ MORE

The Most Important Monuments to Visit in Seville Part 2: Torre del Oro, Palacio de San Telmo, Barrio de Santa Cruz & Hospital de los Venerables

The Most Important Monuments to Visit in Seville Part 2: Torre del Oro, Palacio de San Telmo, Barrio de Santa Cruz & Hospital de los Venerables

5. Torre del Oro Address & Telephone Paseo de Colón +34 954222419 Torre del Oro Web Prices Monday: Free Tuesday to Sunday: 3€ Schedule Monday to Friday: 9:30 to 18:45 Saturday and Sunday: 10:30 to 18:45 6. Palacio de San Telmo Address & Telephone Avenida … READ MORE

SALMOREJO (en)

SALMOREJO (en)

A very important part of the Sevillian culture is its great gastronomy. On this occasion, we steal a typical dish from Cordoba and make it Sevillian. The history of salmorejo goes back to the first moments of humanity, people used stones to grind food to make … READ MORE

The NO&DO

The NO&DO

NO&DO NOMADEJADO THEY DID NOT ABANDON ME If you have already visited Seville, I’m sure you have seen the symbol of NO&DO and wondered its meaning. It is everywhere. You are about to read why. The king Alfonso X the Wise was really kind but … READ MORE

Triana

Triana

There are many theories about the precedence of the name of this neighborhood. Some people say that it comes from the Greeks, others from the Romans and others from the roman emperor Trajan. The word “Triana” can be split in two, the prefix «tri» and … READ MORE