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2014-07-07 - 2014-07-083 Episodes
Marta  Konontseva
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Marta Konontseva
  • 20s / female
  • Spain
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A recent visit to Seville put it firmly on my list of favorite cities in Spain - especially if you are looking for a holiday outside of the hot sunny months. The lovely mix of Andelusian and Moorish architecture giving it a more exotic flavour than is usually the case when visiting Europe.
Whilst Seville is the 4th largest city in Spain it has the atmosphere of a small city and if you take a hotel in or near the Santa Cruz or El Arenal districts you will find you can visit all the main sights on foot. A city-break of 3-4 days will allow you to see the main sights without rushing but will leave you wanting to come back for a longer trip to really savour the atmosphere.

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Day 12014/07/07

Catedral de Sevilla Andalusia, Spain

セビリア大聖堂(Catedral de Sevilla)(アンダルシア, スペイン)|Spain(Marta  Konontsevaさん)

One of the most magnificent cathedrals I've visited. The audio tour is excellent, the interior fascinating and interesting, and the exterior gorgeous. The Islamic influences, architecturally and aesthetically, is one of the most enduringly beautiful aspects of this city. Absolutely walk up the bell tower! The view is amazing and the walk itself puts you back in time.

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Day 22014/07/08

Plaza de España Andalusia, Spain

Plaza de España(アンダルシア, スペイン)|Spain(Marta  Konontsevaさん)

The Plaza de Espana constitutes of marvelous gardens and a stunning complex in the middle of the park. The details, design and grandeur make it an impressive and stunning plaza. Great place for pictures. Do not miss it!

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