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Seville is a remarkably charming and equally seductive city. The city has very rich history. Seville is the city of Carmen, Don Juan and Figaro. The Sevillians are known for their wit and enthusiasm.
The Sevillians are great actors and dancers and annually put on an exceptional performance at the Fería de Abril, a week-long party of drink, food and dance taking place both day and night in more than a thousand especially mounted tents.
Also all over the year everybody who wants to understand a bit more about local style of life must visit tablao. Tablaos are the places where you will see the professional quality and choreographed shows, although majority would say it is as good as in the Cass de la Memoria or Casa Carmen Arte Flamenco. Artists can range from the nationally to internationally known, and the dress and costumes are superb.
Visit the town and explore the cobbled streets of the Santa Cruz quarter and the breathtaking Alcázar Palace. Must see is the ancient cathedral of Seville. The minaret tower on the northeast side it is a testament to the mosque that once stood there and to Seville’s Islamic history. Towering 104 meters tall, it’s the second tallest structure in Seville, and city law mandates that nothing in the historic center can be built taller. Soak up the atmosphere on the banks of the Guadalquivir, and admire the views from the cathedral tower and recently opened Parasol Metropol.
The city is credited with their invention and has more than a thousand bars where the choice of food, is virtually unlimited, from seafood to ham and sausage, from vegetable to cheese.
Directions: There are regular buses throughout the day between Malaga and Seville (buy tickets here www.alsa.es). The journey takes three to four hours. There are also plenty of direct daily trains departures from Malaga’s Maria Zambrano Station (www.renfe.com). Time in the road about 2-3 hours.