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10 Feb 2014

nordic walking province of seville

While not everybody might know what Nordic Walking exactly is, its popularity has increases a lot the last few years. Starting with the purpose of training for cross-country skiers, Nordic walking became more normal under other sportive types. And with all the benefits that this sport bring you (such as increasing more consumption of energy while walking and it helps you having a better balance) and the easy learning of this sport, we find it kind of logical that this sport is so popular.

You may n...

05 Feb 2014

In Málaga, during our tour, we hear a lot of talking about "boquerones". 

After a while, our guides found out that this word, that means "anchovies" is given 

to the people from Málaga. No one really knows why, but probably it is because                                 

the "Malagueños" talk so much about food and the especially like the anchovies

in vinagre!

boquerones, anchovies Málaga

03 Feb 2014

Spain has the most bars and cafes throughout Europe, with 300.000 on the amount of 47 million Spaniards

  • You can still find a lot of Moorish architecture in Andalusia. After all, this region was the last place (the Kingdom of Granada) were the Moors stayed until they were expelled in 1492 from Europe. The most famous remains of the Moors are the Alhambra in Granada, the Mezquita in Cordoba and Torro del Oro and the Giralda tower in Seville.

  • Andalusia is the home of Flamenco. Presumably, it was created by gypsy music mixed with Indian, Christian, Jewish and Moorish influences.        ...

03 Feb 2014

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31 Jan 2014

chinese new year

The chinese new year is getting close. 

This weekend there will several festivities around the
Alfalfa Square and in the "Casa China" in Seville. 
On Sunday (14h) there´s a big march taking place at the square
to celebrate The year of the Horse!

30 Jan 2014

A WORD FROM OUR INTERN DENISE

My time in Sevilla

Being in Sevilla for more than five months has been one of the most incredible experiences I’ve done lately. Not only did I live in one of the most beautiful and bustling cities of the southern part of Spain, I really got to know the city, I felt at home in this city. During my stay, I’ve met amazing people, did a lot of trips and had the opportunity to help Andalucia Tours and Dreams with their social media, blog and other work. Which I really enjoyed! 

In these five months I also had the time to discover the most amazing/cozy/fun/bustling places in Sevil...

25 Jan 2014

Sevilla Fútbol Club – Levante Unión Deportiva

Tonight Sevilla F.C. will be playing against Levante U.D.

Get your tickets in the stadium of Seville.

When? Saturday 25th of January 2014.
Time? 22h
Costs? between 25 - 60 euros

24 Jan 2014

Enjoy an oppertunity to be guided through the old Tabacco Factory, which is now the University of Seville. This tour of approximately 120 minutes shows you the history of the old factory. 

When? Friday 24 January 2014
Time: 18 o'clock
Costs: Tickets are 11,95 euros, 19,95 euros for duplicate entries. 50% discount for students and seniors (limited tickets)

Tickets are availabe online at www.ticketea.com

 

 

28 Dec 2013

To continue on the lovely dishes and different kind of food Spain has to offer, we will be talking about the typical dishes, which can’t be forgotten during your stay in Spain. And for now, we’ll focus on Córdoba, just two and a half hour-driving away from Sevilla and with her own character.

Getting confused by all the new and unknown names of the different dishes, while reading the menu card in a (local) tapas bar in Córdoba? We will help you out! Dishes such as gazpacho,salmorejoajo blancoflamenquín en cordero a la miel are typical Spanish, each of them with a different taste.

Salmorejo is...

28 Dec 2013

But also the Gruta de las Maravillas (the stalactite caves) is an amazing part of Aracena. The influences of different cultures are still visible in this town and nowadays Aracena brings you a lot to see!

here, a little impression of Aracena and surroundings

First of all, as said before, the stalactite caves are a big attraction. It is one of the most spectacular cave systems in Spain. And absolutely worth a visit (inside the complex there is also a geological museum)! According to a story, the caves were found by a bo...

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