Seville, or Sevilla, is one of the few cities on earth to have both looks and personality. Most other cities would only have one or the other. A city founded over 3000 years ago by Hercules himself. Basking in never-ending sunlight, Seville’s beauty is relatively easy to uncover but not its soul. The city is divided by a slow Guadalquivir River that makes it into Sevilla and Triana. Flamenco’s history is partially rooted here in the dusty taverns of Triana. One can’t deny the link between Seville and the most delicious tapas that we have all around the world today. The city is dotted with architectural marvels and beautiful parks. A visit there will keep you busy for a good few days.
By admin | Published May 31, 2015
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