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23 Nov 2020
Regional holidays

It is always fun to visit the region Andalusia and the city Seville especially during one of the regional holidays. Together with the national holidays there are a lot of festivities in Andalusia all year around. In this blog we will tell you about three of the regional holidays in the region Andalusia and the city of Seville and how they originated.

Día de Andalucía: 28 February 2021 – (Day of Andalusia)
This day stands for the anniversary of a referendum that made Andalusia into an autonomous community within Spain. On this da...

16 Nov 2020
Cathedral Seville

Located in the beautiful Andalusian capital, the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Sea, or Seville Cathedral, as it is known shortly, is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. Since 1987, it has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site and is one of the most important landmarks of Spain. Throughout the centuries, this cathedral has experienced a rugged history. But did you know that Seville is also home to another important religious temple? Read on to know which church we mean!

When the ruling islamic Moors, who conquered the Iber...

09 Nov 2020
Seville neighborhoods

Seville’s prettiest neighbourhoods have it all: great historical monuments, the city’s most charming streets and squares, colourful markets and tranquil parks. Read on for our guide to five neighborhoods you have to visit during your trip in the Andalusian capital.

Triana
Triana is definitely a must seen neighborhood during your visit to Seville. This neighborhood - located on the westbank of the Guadalquivir - is easily accessible via the Puente de Isabel II, or better known as the Triana bridge, the oldest surviving iron bridg...

02 Nov 2020
Día de Todos los Santos

On the first of November this year, we celebrate 'Día de Todos los Santos', Spanish All Saints’ Day. However, this year, it was a bit different due to the severe circumstances regarding COVID-19. Though, it was still 'celebrated' in some ways.

But what is it exactly? Día de Todos los Santos is a Catholic day dedicated to holy people and martyrs to memorialize them. There is just one special day to honor all these holy people. During Día de Todos los Santos, families usually visit the graves of their lost family-mem...

26 Oct 2020
Shopping in Seville

Are you planning to go on a holiday to Seville and does your wardrobe still need an upgrade? Or are you looking for gifts or souvenirs for family and friends? Then don't pack your suitcase too full and go shopping in Seville! This city has extensive shopping areas ready for your enjoyment! Discover the shopping areas of Seville with us below in this blog to get to know to shop, from the multinationals to craft product shops and other more innovative offerings.

Calle Sierpes -...

19 Oct 2020
Markets in Seville

Seville is a paradise for people who love to wander through markets. The city offers multiple markets with various products. Whether you are looking for ingredients to cook with, antique products, art pieces or something special, Seville is the city to visit! Usually, these markets are open from the morning till 2 pm. In this blog we will tell you more about the markets that are still open (for now) during COVID-19 in Seville.

Mercado de Triana
The market started in 1823 and is also known as the Plaza de Abastos. Mercado de Tria...

12 Oct 2020
Budget proof Seville

Does Seville seem like a beautiful city for your next city trip when you’re able to visit again, but are you afraid that it’ll be a hard time with a small budget? No worries, we got you! As in every big city, there are things that come with the price but in this blog, we show you how you can spend a nice Sevillian holiday on a budget!

In Seville, there are a lot of things to visit for free, which is of course great and also makes it a lot more accessible for everyone. Public places such as the María Luisa Park, Plaza de España and Jar...

05 Oct 2020
Vineyards in Andalusia

Spain is a country where wine is of great importance. For Andalusians and the rest of Spain a meal is not complete without a bottle of good wine, also called 'vino' in Spanish. For special occasions they will serve their 'reservas' which are bottles of wine with the best quality. In this blog, we will tell you all about the history of wine in Andalusia and where to go.

Since 1100 BC, people from the region Andalusia started to produce their own wine. This interest in wine arose when the Greeks introduced them 2.500...

28 Sep 2020
Our new interns Bob and Daniek

¡Buenas dias! We are Bob and Daniek, both 19-year-old students and we are the new interns at Andalucía Tours and Discovery.

Bob:
¡Hola, me llamo Bob! I was born and raised in a small village in the southern part of the Netherlands but currently, I live in Breda for my studies. At the moment, I’m in my third year of International Tourism Management at Breda University of Applied Sciences.

As you might have guessed already, I really love to travel. Experiencing different cultures and different views are one of the best feel...

28 Sep 2020
Spanish lesson about bikes

Are you planning to discover Andalusia by bike? Then it would be helpful to know a little bit of Spanish! We wrote down a number of words and sentences for you that might be useful during your bike tour. Let’s get started!

First of all, we made a list for you with the Spanish translations for the components of your bicycle and other helpful words:

The bike – La bicicleta
The wheel – La rueda
The tire – La cubierta
The seat – El sillín
The chain – La cadena
The handlebars – El manillar
The bra...

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