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During the week, the city is completely transformed, as around 1 million visitors come to celebrate. While I have never been in Seville during this week, I have heard it is quite the experience and a perfect time to come to Andalucía. While some leave Seville during the week because of crowds, I have heard... Continue Reading →
There is not a better time to visit Seville than in the spring. This is when Seville, the Andalusian capital, truly comes to life: the sun is shining, the smell of orange blossoms fills the air, and the skies are bright blue. Spring time also means festivals for Seville, including Semana Santa and Fería de... Continue Reading →