We visited Seville in mid-September of this year and spent one week there. This is a great time of the year for visiting Seville. Although it still was quite hot during the day, the evenings were very pleasant and warm. I would not recommend planning a trip to Seville in August as it is the hottest month and the temperature can rise up to 40 degrees Celsius in the shade.
The original plan was to come to Seville, stay there for two days, and during the remaining five days visit Cordoba, Granada and Malaga. However after the first day in Seville, we decided that we would need much more time to really take in this beautiful city. Besides, one day for each of the other cities is not really enough.
Seville is the capital of Andalusia, the southern province of Spain. This beautiful, rich in history city is considered to be the birthplace of Flamenco and Bullfighting. From the North to the South, Seville is crossed by the river Guadalquivir through which stretches seven bridges. One of the most famous bridges is the Isabella II Bridge, better known as Triana Bridge (Puente Isabel II, Puente de Triana). The main attraction of Seville is certainly The Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See, better known as Seville Cathedral, The Alcázar and The Spanish Square (Plaza de España) and Maria Luisa gardens.
There is an extraordinary atmosphere in Seville: all the streets are breathing with history, beautiful architecture pleases your eye, the fusion of Arabic and European culture makes this place a memorable one. You would like to come back here again and walk down the streets, full of orange trees, to hear the sounds of the Spanish guitar at the Cathedral square or to see the passionate Flamenco show in one of the bars, to visit the Arab baths after a long walk, to get a massage and relax during siesta time.
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