Travelling Around Seville, Spain
If when you think of Spain you conjure up images of women dancing in bright flamenco dresses, bull fights, quaint cobblestone streets and ceramic tiles you would find Seville fits into that picture on all fronts. To many visitors, Seville is emblematic of their visions of Spain.
Seville has a long colourful and rich history. It was one of the most important Spanish cities many times throughout its existence. From as early as 45 BCE, when it was officially given status as a Roman colony by Julius Ceasar, it was a prominent city. It was later a cultural centre under the Visigoths in the 6th and 7th centuries and continued to enjoy great importance under the influence of the Arabs from the 8th century on. In 1248 Ferdinand conquered Seville for Christianity and transferred his court to this graceful city.
The Alcazar in Madrid is one of the most stunning palaces in all of Spain. Come for a tour and discover some of its secrets.
Tourists flock to Seville every year. But they often miss out on the surrounding areas that also deserve consideration. Here is a list of 5 easy day-trips from Seville that should be on your bucket list if you are in the area.
If you are looking for a walking history lesson, Carmon is an ideal place to stop.
Seville is such a diverse city, so full of life that you could stay there for months before you would be able to see and do everything that is genuinely Seville. Here are the seven must try things see things to see and do in Seville to begin your taste of this quintessential Spanish city.