Rich in culture and sizzling with energy, this Andalucían city is a feast for the senses. Here are our picks of the best places to eat, drink and party with the Sevillanos
Spectacular architecture, vibrant festivals and flamenco flamboyance; Seville has plenty of peacock oomph. There is the cathedral designed so that “those who see it built will say we’re mad”; its Plaza de España, created for the world expo in 1929; the Real Alcázar (royal palace), as seen in Game of Thrones; plus the winding alleys of the Jewish quarter (Santa Cruz). Add in private palaces, Moorish patios, Roman columns here and there, and a golden tower. All this, and it’s the former home of Carmen and Don Juan and Velázquez (although most visitors don’t make it to the Hospital of the Venerable Bishops, which is full of his art).
Source: The Guardian