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15 Aug 2016
Cordoba

 

Cordoba is a small but lovely city that you should see if you’re visiting Spain and especially Andalusia. It’s only an hour away from Seville and two from Granada, you have no excuses! It’s not because it’s a small city that there is nothing to do, in fact…you’d be surprised!

  • Well first of all the Mosque of Cordoba is the most famous city monument, it’s huge and w...
11 Aug 2016

Feria de Malaga

Malaga is mostly known for its beautiful port and its beach. All year long, especially during summer, the city is very popular. But it’s more than just a beach and a seaside, Malaga offers a lot of things to see, and welcomes the feria of August which will be a huge event.

  • If you want to enjoy days at the beach...
08 Aug 2016
The Giralda from a man's heart

 

Seville is a big city that welcomes a lot of tourists all year long. Many people know the “main” tourist path that the book guides advise but fewer have discovered the “hidden” corners of the Andalusian capital. Here is a list of 7 places, not all hidden, but all typical and of course, beautiful.  

Plaza del Cabildo

Even thoug...

05 Aug 2016
NO8DO

 

Legend of NO8DO

Maybe you’ve seen this sign many times in Seville, on the street, on a flag or whatever… Well this is the official motto of the coat of arms of Seville. The legend said that this is a rebus combining the Spanish syllables (NO and DO) and a drawing of the figure 8 in between. The 8 is supposed to represent the skein of a yarn which is called “madeja” in Spanish. When you read this aloud “No madeja do” it sounds like “No me ha dejado)” which means It (t...

01 Aug 2016
Gazpacho

 

Gazpacho

Spain being such a hot country, where else could you like cold tomato soup? It tastes amazing and is even better when it’s home-made. Did you know that it arrived in Spain and Portugal with the Romans?

Paella

One of the best dish you can try in Spain. The “true” paella comes from Valencia. It’s actually the name of a lot of different rice dishes which have all some distinct ingredients. The one everyone knows has seafood but the Valencian one comes with chicken mix...

29 Jul 2016

 

 

If you’re coming to Seville with your family and especially your kids, you might want to know what fun activities you can do with them.

Here is a list of the 6 best activities to do with children:

Bikes tours:

Of course doing a bike tour is one...

25 Jul 2016

From the rooftop terrace of Hotel EME you have the best view on the cathedral. It´s right in front of it and from up there you can almost look inside it. The cathedral gets totally different dimensions when you´re watching it from up there. On some days they also offer a dinner on the rooftop. For more information, you should ask directly at the reception. Reservations are required. The bar is opened every day for drin...

22 Jul 2016
Terraza Parque María Luisa movie program

 

When a city is as beautiful as Seville, no wonder directors and producers want to shoot their movies there - in fact this is one of thing for which the city is known for.

Maybe you’ve seen the following movies, and you thought “wow what a great setting, what a beautiful place”, but you wondered where was it…. Well search no more!
More than 10 movies and TV shows were shot in Seville, here are the most famous ones:The passenger ...

18 Jul 2016
Tapas bar Saint Germain

 

 

Tapas are part of the Spanish culture and tradition. Everywhere you go you can try some. But in some cities, the taste is not the only great thing about tapas, the price also. Granada is the only Spanish city where tapas are FREE. Yes, free. You just have to order a drink, and you’ll only pay for that... Pretty great uh?

Granada is such a beautiful city...

15 Jul 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flamenco is a traditional gipsy dance and song. It´s influenced by different regions like  north Africa, near and far east, and south Europe.

It was danced and sang by the  Moorish, Andalusian and other roots and became famous in the 19th century.  Nowadays flamenco is more famous than ever. Not only in Spain but also on the i  i...

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