This is the last part of my winter trip to Spain. Previously, I covered Barcelona, Valencia and Granada. Seville is not just home to the famous Spanish team Sevilla but also extremely rich in history. Flamenco dance is definitely the top few of the to-do list. Tapas bar hopping became one of my favourite hobbies through the recommendations from my Airbnb host, many of those not found on blogs or travel guides. For those new to Airbnb and want to try it out, you can sign up via my link here. We each get a free SGD40 credit to be used for bookings.
One of my favourite tapas bar in Seville; Casa Paco, Plaza de la Alameda de Hércules, 23, 41002 Sevilla, Spain
Three Kings Parade on the 5th of January since 1918
Have a taste of great coffee and ham @ Las Columnas, Alameda de Hércules, 19, 41002 Sevilla, Spain
Great shopping district
Entrance to the famous Alcazar, filming ground for Game of Thrones – Gardens of Dorne
Rooftop bar of EME Cathedral Hotel
Try the tapas along the Santa Cruz Neighbourhood
Casa de la Memoria, as authentic and passionate as it can be.