Visiting Seville, Spain

I have the opportunity to visit Spain once in a while for work and this time, I decided to stay the weekend and i’m so glad I did.

Every day was work from 7 to 6 PM but then we’d all head downtown Seville for a nice meal and I’ve officially fallen in ♥L.O.V.E♥ with this city, it’s people, the restaurants, the culture and it’s magic.

This is a city that should definitely be on your bucket list!
Pictures won’t do it justice because it’s the feeling this city gives you that makes it so wonderful.

Many people visit and walk around but yet, it feels like you’re the only person there.
Groups playing the guitar & singing, the hot sun, a church so majestic it takes your breath away, tapas & wine bars just waiting for you to sit and enjoy a plate of jamón & queso and streets so narrow, only two people can walk side by side.

I can’t explain how much its beauty has made an impact on me so hopefully these pictures and videos will give you a small piece of what this lively city is all about.


Cathedral –  Largest Gothic cathedral and the third-largest church in the world

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Streets & Buildings – Seville City Center

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Plaza del Toro

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Obviously need a selfie.

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Saw many bachelor and bachelorettes parties. 

and this video


Restaurants you can try and guaranteed a great meal and evening.

Great Tapas: Taberna Belmonte 

Calle Mateos Gago, 2441004 SevillaEspaña – not far from the Cathedral 

  • Their atun (tuna) is fantastic!!! and grilled artichoke hearts as well.

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Great Italian:  Osteria L’Oca Giuliva 

Mateos Gago, 941004 SevilleSpain (Casco Antiguo)

Authentic Italian restaurant owned by real Italians.

  • I had their fresh pasta and it was in.cre.di.ble but maybe that’s because I haven’t had pasta in over 4 months.
Pizza was massive

Pizza was massive

Great Paella: La Cueva 

Calle Rodrigo Caro, 1841004 SevilleSpain (Casco Antiguo)

  • The setting of this place is the number one of many great things about this place. In a quiet square surrounded by orange trees, a fountain and places to sit quietly as a guitarist is playing.
  • Add their paella? Amazing!

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And with that, I leave you to have a wonderful Monday with a little reminder that….

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