The Heartbeat of Spain: Sevilla
After discovering the heart and soul of Sevilla during our time spent studying here as students several years ago, we made it our mission to give others the same opportunity to experience all that this city has to offer. Of course we spent time traveling across the country, exploring other cities throughout Spain, which is why we are excited to share with you the enchantment of this city tucked away in the southwestern region of Andalucia. There are many beautiful and well-known cities located in central and eastern Spain, such as Madrid and Barcelona, but when looking for a truly ...
¿Qué es La Feria de Sevilla?
La Feria does not bring along with it the navigational difficulties through the center streets that Semana Santa brought. It will, however, bring crowds, booked-to-the-brim hotels and hostels, a significant and sometimes city-wide hike in prices for just about everything, and plenty of excitement and fun to be had! This crazy tradition began in the 1840s as a livestock fair and continued to grow in its festive nature with the presence of casetas, private tents where most of the dancing, drinking, and festivities take place. These require a previous invitation to enter, but if you don’t happen to receive one you ...
EME Hotel in Sevilla
Sevilla has some great hotels to offer. There are 3 or 4 that we recommend, but there is one that stands above the rest in our eyes, and that is EME Hotel. It is located on Calle Alemanes 27. EME Hotel has been built inside seven old Sevillan homes, which were initially owned by a very famous man in Sevilla. The hotel has been renovated into one of the most luxurious hotels in Spain, with one of the best views of Sevilla by far. The north side of the cathedral is breathtaking from the point of view of EME's rooftop ...
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