Adalucia Tours and Discovery
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30 Mar 2016

It’s been a while since we highlighted a different city than Sevilla and we feel like it’s time to change that. Cordoba is a great trip to do when you’re coming to Sevilla, it’s a city with a lot to offer and we recommend spending at least one or two days there when you’re in Andalusia.

We have some tips for those who like to plan their trip ahead, because some things MUST be on your things-to-see-list!

Visit the Mezquita

To come straight to it, the Mezquita is the one thing you absolutely cannot miss when you visit Cordoba, or shall I say, when you visit Andalusia. This cathedral has switched between religious purposes from a catholic church, to a m...

25 Mar 2016

Bordering the Real Alcazar de Sevilla and the Plaza de España, San Bernardo is a small neighbourhood right outside the city centre. What might not seem like much due to its surrounding residential apartment buildings, might just surprise you once you pass those. The neighbourhood might even be a good fallout base for your stay due to its peaceful and children-friendly character, while still having some of the city’s most important monuments at a short walking distance. Here’s our reasons why:

The parks for a moment to relax: 

The San Bernardo neig...

17 Mar 2016

Have you already done a bike tour with us and are you still hungry for cycling? It might be a good idea to discover Seville more profoundly and maybe even beyond the main touristic sights. We will be highlighting the different areas of Seville in an easy Neighbourhood-guide; Which architecture to see, which museums to visit, where to eat and drink,… little tips from locals to make sure you get to know the real Seville. We stippled out a route to make it even easier for you.

Today we will be starting off with our own quarter, El Arenal. This vibrant neighbourho...

16 Mar 2016

While the preperations for Semana Santa are still in full force, we are already thinking ahead for the people visiting Andalusia in April. Even though Semana Santa is the most important week of the year for catholic Andalusia, the most festive month of the year is definitely April. In April the summer fairs start in Andalusia with ‘Feria de Abril’ or the April Fairs.

When traveling through Andalusia during this month, you are likely to encounter many processions and celebrations, but the highlight of the month is without a doubt Feria de Sevilla!

This year the Feria de Sevilla will take place from April 12-17th, two weeks after Semana Santa....

08 Mar 2016

When on a city trip, many of us like to incorporate some shopping into our busy sightseeing schedule, don’t we ladies? And of course, a lot of men enjoy this too!

In the main shopping streets, however, you will mostly find the big chain stores that you can also find anywhere else. That’s why we made this guide for you. Whether you are looking for vintage, second hand, slow fashion or made in Spain-only, we promise you the products will be unique and often environmentally conscious too! 

La Seta Coqueta 

First on our list, in the shadow of...

29 Feb 2016

 

Do you have a feeling there is always something to do in Andalusia? Every weekend a fair or festival, always something to celebrate?
Well we’re here to tell you that you are more or less right. The Andalusians do definitely enjoy life to the fullest. They will take any opportunity for a celebration and we admire them for it. Moreover, they are good at it too!

It is easy to get lost when it comes to figuring out what is when and where the best place to be is at that moment. That’s why from now we will provide you with a full calendar of Andalusian’s fairs and events every month. The ideal tool to draw up the perfect trip through Andalusia. Keep an eye out every m...

24 Feb 2016

For those who need an introduction, Semana Santa or the Holy week is a 8-day lasting festivity to celebrate what we call Easter. During this time the city streets are almost constantly filled with processions  of richly filled floats with Jesus and Mary statues, accompanied by Nazarenos (see picture) and shrill brass bands.


The celebrations take place all over Spain, but Sevilla is the most popular city to experience the Semana Santa. This year, it will take place from the 20-27 march.
Hotels and alternative options like Airbnb are likely to be fully booked by this time, but who knows, you might get l...

19 Feb 2016

You can go skiing in Andalusia?

When you think about Andalusia you think about sun and warm temperatures, right? Snow is not what crosses most people’s mind when they think about the south of Spain. So it might come as a surprise to you that we have our own skiing area. Sierra Nevada ‘where the south is covered in white’ is a national park 2 hours of Malaga that has over 100 km of ski runs. Want to combine the Andalusian sun and culture with some sporty adventure? Time to pack your bags and head over to Spain. 

There are over 110 golf courses...

15 Feb 2016

Spain in general is an absolute Walhalla for food lovers. Traditional dishes like paella and the well-known tapas will be found wherever you go in the country. But the Spanish kitchen is more than that. We summed up 5 of our favourite things about the food scene in Malaga. 
 

1. Eat Espetos on, or alongside the beach 

We believe that when at the seaside, one should eat fish. Espetos are sardines prepared following a longstanding tradition of over thousands of years. 

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11 Feb 2016

         Seville is a city where you can find some of the most important national art galleries, as the Fine Arts Museum but also more atypics ones, such as the Flamenco Museum. You've probably never been to any them, let alone some that you didn't even know about. But know it's time to have a closer look on Seville and understand better its rich history. What are you waiting for? You still haven't visited them all?

 

1. Flamenco Museum

This Museum is one the most visited ones by the tourists, all the more so that in front of this place...

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