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The city Sevilla is located in Spain (Europe) and is ubicated on the geografic position of North 37° 22' and West 05° 58'.
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13ºC - 17ºC (57ºF - 65ºF) from November to March, 24ºC - 26ºC (75ºF - 85ºF) in April and October, and 32ºC - 36ºC (87ºF - 97ºF) from May to September cool and rain during the winter and hot in the summer with perfect spring and fall weather.
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Located in the south-west of Spain, Seville is the capital of Andalusia and certainly, one of the most beloved places by visitors to Spain.
The roots of bullfighting flamenco music and tapas all collide in Seville making it famous for Spanish culture.
There is always a wide range of cultural variety to cater throughout the year.
The beautiful Gothic and Arab architecture, the Andalusian cuisine and the lovely climate makes Seville the ideal place to learn Spanish.
Imagine a large site (the size of 54 football fields) in the middle of the city. There over 1,000 tents (casetas) are erected for a period of just one week.
During the day, 3,000 horsemen and women ride on the streets. At all times (from 1 pm to 8 am!), over 500,000 people come to the casetas to dance, eat, drink and have fun.
This unique, colorful experience takes place once a year in springtime, the best time to visit Sevilla.
Seville offers a wide range of cultural variety to cater for all tastes throughout the year: Flamenco, bullfighting, Semana Santa (Holy Week), The April Fair and the lively atmosphere in the streets due to the open and friendly nature of its people. The river Guadalquivir, Maria Luisa Park, the Cathedral, The Golden Tower and the Plaza de España are all places of enchantment where you can feel the spirit of a city which is eternally romantic.
It is the most alternative and younger area. It is a very large avenue that links the central part of the city (Plaza de El Duque de la Victoria) with other ones that are more modern (La Cartuja, Expo 92). Along the Avenue you could find cafés, bars and restaurants with different styles and atmospheres. Another important place that we should not forget is La Madrasa, a popular tavern where you can eat and find a great menu of tapas and courses, that brigs us to a world of tastes that are going to be unforgettable. If you want to enjoy a relaxed lunch in La Madrasa, you will have to be faster than the Spanish people because it is one of the most demanded places in this area. The relationship between quality and price is excellent. La Madrasa is located in Peris Mencheta street.
It is also known as San Pedro Square. It is one of the most centric and relaxing places of the city. Here you could find a tapas bar (that has at our disposal a room where you can eat) called Los Coloniales. This bar, which was inaugurated two years ago, offers us exquisite Andalusian tapas and home-made desserts. If you want to eat comfortably you must arrive there very early or you must make a reservation beforehand. Those tables that are located in the terrace are in great demand, specially at night.
It is located between El Salvador and Cristo de Burgos Squares. There you could find different bars which offer you a great variety of popular tapas of the Andalusian cooking, such as cod or hake, spinaches with chickpeas, fried fish and, at the beginning of the summer, shells and snails.
In that same square you can go to the Alfalfa Café, which has different home-made cakes. Here you will have to have a second helping of everything you try.
This is the historic centre of the city. It is located among narrow streets and hidden squares that bring people few centuries back.
Inside it you will be able to find the most representative monuments of the city: the Cathedral, the Giralda, the Alcázar of the Christian King and Queen, as well as the most known squares: Santa Cruz, Doña Elvira, El Triunfo and La Alianza, which are perfect places to go up for a walk early in the morning.
In Mateos Gago street, near the Giralda, it is located the Bodega Santa Cruz where you must make a stop because of its spectacular and traditional Andalusian cooking, as well as the courtesy and kindness of their waiters, without forgetting their cheap prices.
It is a perfect place to have breakfast contemplating the Giralda at the same time
The Giralda represents the perfect communion between two cultures: the muslims and the christians, who lived together in harmony in the past, and still do. Built by the Muslims in the XII Century, this almohade tower was afterwards modifeid by the chistians who added the Bells and the "Giraldillo".
The Legend and tradition says that it was required to go up by horse, (there are no stairs but a slide) and only the best jockyes and horses could achieve this goal.
The view from the top of The Giralda in one of the most beautiful considering that no other building in Sevilla is higher due to a city law which won't allow any other figher building.