A couple of weekends ago, the boyfriend and I decided to head up to Sevilla (Seville), somewhere that I’ve been dying to go to for ages. It quickly became one of my favourite Andaluz cities, one that I definitely want to re-visit and explore some more.
I took way so many photos so instead of writing about what we did, I’m going to put my favourite photos up.
(Just click on a photo to open up the slideshow gallery)
View across the river to Triana. One of my favourite photos!
The boyfriend and the beautiful buildings in Triana
One of my favourite photos…
The Torre del Oro (the Gold Tower) is one of Sevilla’s mainsights on the river.
Metropol Parasol – a.k.a. the giant mushrooms. A huge sculpture in Plaza de la Encarnación with amazing views from the top!
Inside the beautiful gardens of the Real Alcazar
Inside the Alcazar – look familiar?
Obligatory pose in front of the Plaza de Espana, the most majestic place in Sevilla!
Mosaics of the capital cities of every province in Spain line the Plaza de Espana
Plaza de Espana
Cooling off in the Plaza de Espana fountain
The boyfriend and I in the Plaza.
Introducing Simon to some of Spain’s famous pescaíto frito!
Getting frozen yoghurt for lunch…
The third largest cathedral in Europe.
La Giralda – the tower with sloped walkways inside to get to the top…
View of the Plaza de Toros from the top of the Giralda
Views across Sevilla from the top of the Cathedral
Free flamenco at La Carboneria – every night at 10.30pm!
Seville Cathedral at night was possibly even more beautiful!
Seville Cathedral at night.