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As Spanish as sangria and jamón serrano, Seville is where you go if you want an authentic Spanish experience.  The capital of Spain’s sunny region of Andalucía is not only home to the fictional characters of Don Juan and Carmen, but also flamenco, tapas and some of Spain’s most colourful festivals.

If you’re after a fiesta then look no further than Seville – if there’s one thing the locals here know, it’s how to throw a party. But this city is more than just dancing, drinking and eating.

As European cities go, Seville is something of a stunner boasting the world’s largest Gothic cathedral, Moorish-style palaces, and neighbourhoods like Santa Cruz that are packed with cobblestone streets, white-washed houses and hidden squares galore. And to top it all the weather’s not bad either – think hot summers, winters with temperatures that hover around 18 degrees and more than 300 days of sunshine a year. 


July 2017
Calle Cuna is a charming street lying parallel to Sierpes, its classier counterpart. Cuna is home to delightful old-fashioned shops selling everything from wedding dresses to wooden toys.

October 2017
Housed in a sumptuous former convent, much of the art on display at the Museo de Bellas Artes celebrates the city's leading role during Spain's 17th century Golden Age with works by Murillo, Zurbarán and Velázquez.

October 2017
Lovely Osuna is located just an hour away on the A92 and sprung into the spotlight in 2014 as the surprise filming location for the TV Game of Thrones hit. Wander the streets to marvel at the magnificent Renaissance architecture.

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