Como os decía cuando quisimos salir a patear ya era casi la hora de comer, así que nos acercamos al Hard Rock Café (para nosotros suele ser una visita obligada, nos gusta mucho como se come y suelen estar ubicados en edificios muy chulos). El de Sevilla está justo en frente del hotel Alfonso XIII y tiene el aspecto de un patio andaluz, es muy bonito!
Después de tener el estómago lleno pusimos rumbo al parque María Luisa. Sabíamos que el único día que tendríamos sol sin lluvias sería el primero (y vaya si se cumplieron las predicciones), así que nos pareció una buena opción dedicar la tarde a pasear tranquilamente por el parque y estar gran parte del tiempo en Plaza España, mi sitio favorito en Sevilla. Sus colores, el canal,… todo tiene realmente un color especial! Dimos un paseo en las barcas de la plaza, y después de explorar el parque nos acercamos al barrio de Santa Cruz para tomar algo en un roof top (hay muchos en la ciudad) desde el que teníamos unas vistas preciosas de la catedral y la Giralda.
In this I am going to talk about our journey of the first day. Before starting, I will tell you that with three days well spent I think you can have a fairly complete view of the city, in our case we had almost five whole days, and we had thought of approaching by train to Córdoba (which is only 45 minutes), but we had the bad luck that it rained a lot, then we took the visits by Seville in another way, with more calm.
Returning to the beginning of our trip, I will tell you that once you arrive at the airport (if you opt for this type of transport), you will have two options, hire a taxi/uber, or take the EA city bus. We choose the second option, it has a frequency of 15 minutes approximately, but it’s likely that if a couple of flights arrive at the same time, or come very complete, you have to wait a bit until you can board one. The price per person per trip is 4€ and connects the airport with the center of Seville in about 40/50 minutes.
Between getting off the plane, waiting for the bus, arriving at the center and checking in gave us the time to eat. About the accommodation, I can tell you that we stayed very close to the bridge of Triana and I think it was an absolute success. We did absolutely all the tours of our trip on foot (it must be said that one of the days we got to walk 21km, but scabies with pleasure…), from this point it’s all relatively close. Do not worry too much about the accommodation, there are many hotels and apartments for all tastes and budgets.
As I told you when we wanted to go out to kick it was almost lunch time, so we went to the Hard Rock Café (for us it’s usually a must, we like it a lot and eat in very cool buildings). The Seville one is right in front of the Alfonso XIII hotel and it looks like an Andalusian patio, it’s very beautiful!
After having a full stomach, we headed to María Luisa Park. We knew that the only day we would have sun without rain would be the first (and well predictions were fulfilled), so we thought it was a good option to spend the afternoon quietly strolling through the park and spend a lot of time in Plaza España, my favorite place in Seville. Their colors, the channels,… everything really has a special color! We took a walk in the boats of the square, and after exploring the park we went to the neighborhood of Santa Cruz to have a drink in a roof top (there are many in the city) from which we had beautiful views of the cathedral and the Giralda.
We ended the day having some tapas in Triana, and… to be continued!
Lots of kisses!!