Me despido diciendo que disfrutéis mucho de las tapas, de toda la comida rica y el arte que respira esta ciudad!!
Well with this post we close the Seville guide! Actually we had almost a day and a half more, but we mainly dedicated to walk, drink,… even went to the movies because it was super bad weather!
But to the point, with this flamenco look I reveal the last stops you can not miss in Seville! On the one hand, one of the most important neighborhoods, Santa Cruz, you will find many churches, tapas bars, flamenco clubs, churches,… there is the house of Pilates, we didn’t enter because, to be honest, there are many monuments and in all you have to pay entrance, so sometimes you have to choose one or another attraction, but for photos that I have seen it seems ideal!
Here you can also visit the Giralda and the cathedral. The first one for me is more beautiful to see from the outside, the views from the top are not so spectacular (except the day we climbed, because it did not stop raining). The cathedral is quite impressive, and much bigger than it looks! Inside you can find, among many other things, the tomb of Christopher Columbus. When leaving this last one you can’t stop visiting the patio of the orange trees.
One of the nights we went to see a flamenco tablao, we opted for a free one (you only had to pay for the drink), the good part is that for a while it’s fine and you do not have to pay for the show’s entrance, which is usually quite face. The downside is that surely you have to do something queue to access and that (if you see the same as us) there was no sound equipment, so if you are away or you play a very talkative group the acoustics may not be too good.
I say goodbye saying that you enjoy tapas, all the rich food and the art that this city breathes!
Lots of kisses!!