La Feria de Abril is one of the most special events in all the world. It’s simply a dream. I’m lucky enough to have gone the past two years with my sevillano friends and boyfriend, so it’s time I give a breakdown of what goes on at the Feria in the hopes of conveying all its glory.
Planning a weekend in Sevilla? I got you covered. After six visits to Sevilla over the past year with my boyfriend and friends, all sevillanos themselves, I’d like to think I have a pretty good idea of what to do and see in the capital of Andalucía. Continue reading “A Weekend in Sevilla”
Madrid is an amazing place to eat. Between serving up traditional Spanish food and dishing out international-style grub, this dynamic city has a lot to offer. After living in Madrid for a year, I’ve drawn up a list of some Madrid must-eats, organized by category. I’d say these places meet the Spanish criteria for a good restaurant: “Bueno, bonito, y barato!” (Good, nice, and cheap!) Cheers to delicious food, cold beer, and tasty Rioja! Continue reading “Madrid Must-Eats”
Cadiz is the hidden gem of Andalusia. Cadiz may not be as well known as some of its Andalusian counterparts, like Sevilla and Granada, but I highly recommend a visit. It is a perfect spot for a day trip or a weekend while visiting the south of Spain. Continue reading “Cadiz: The Hidden Gem of Andalusia”
Holy Thursday in Sevilla, Spain, is a special place. What is even more special is wearing a traditional mantilla, a lace or silk scarf for the head, as part of the day’s activities. Continue reading ““La Mantilla” in Sevilla: Holy Thursday”