I’ll be honest: there is nowhere in the world like Sevilla. Sevilla’s most popular attractions are probably the Alcázar, the cathedral, and the Plaza de España. However, if you spend a few extra days in the city and really dig into what it has to offer, you’ll discover some lower-key sights that will rock your world, like the city’s beloved “Casa Palacios,” or palace-mansions. These palaces are perfect microcosms of the city’s cultural, historical, artistic, and architectural legacies. Some of the most beautiful of these palaces in Sevilla are Palacio de Las Dueñas and Casa de Pilatos, which I describe below; however, Palacio de la Condesa de Lebrija and Casa de Salinas are still on my list! Continue reading “Palaces in Sevilla: The Unparalleled “Casa Palacios””
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 “Sevilla: A Weekend Itinerary to Do as the Locals Do”
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”