We are heading back to France and our first stop off was Seville this time. Mum wanted to see the sights and, after a bit of a false start when Step-Dad and I got locked in an apartment building, it’s been a lovely afternoon taking in Seville’s beautiful architecture & bustling culture.
We are only here over night so no time, sadly, to actually go in to any of the museums or places of interest, but enough time to see how stunning it is and add it to our list of places to visit properly!
We wandered around the city for a few hours and I found it truly breathtaking, around every corner and down every street was something to look at.
There were a huge amount of people having a fabulous time, some dressed as Ghostbusters, others in Flamenco style outfits, and many more just looking effortlessly stylish and gorgeous. So much going on; horse & carriages making their way around, bands playing, street dancers and musicians. The whole place has such a buzz.
I wouldn’t say I’m a city person really, but Seville feels fun and vibrant and yet still so traditional and beautiful. I’d love to come and see the cathedral and places another time, and now I know to embrace the tapas tradition here and snack often rather than aim for 3 main meals, but that’s another story!It may surprise you that I chose this photo of the 70+ I took yesterday but, to me, it captures some of the elements of Seville that I love. The vibrancy and stunning buildings, the people, and, hopefully, the feel of the place.