Seville or Sevilla is the capital of Andalucía, the Spanish autonomous community known for its flamenco dancing, rattling guitars and ancient history — the gorgeous city has been around for over 2,200 years! It is said the mythological hero Hercules himself founded the city; isn’t that exciting? What’s even more exciting is Seville’s food. The culinary scene is
With a population of more than 700.000, Seville is the 4th largest city in Spain and one of the most visited cities by tourists. So it's no surprise that the city is home to a vast number of hotels scattered in around 10 different neighborhoods. We have handpicked the best 20 Hotels in Seville based on their
Among the noblest animals that find their way to the world’s most refined menus, you’ll find the Spanish Iberian pig. This traditional breed goes back for centuries, and it’s prized for its healthy appetite; these beauties love to eat! What you get is a chubby animal with the most astounding intramuscular fat, or marbling, which becomes
It is one of the most traditional dishes of Sevillian gastronomy, especially popular during Lent. The origin of this humble dish take us to the andalusí cuisine and regained its essence centuries later, with the Catholic arrival of Lent, that did not allow meat to eat during the vigil. The following is the traditional recipe.
Flamenco shows are a picturesque art form, where phenomenal dancers in brightly colored gowns dance at the rhythm of complex, melancholic guitar music. Seville and tablaos or traditional flamenco settings are one and the same; the city’s folklore revolves around flamenco, and it's everywhere. And while all tablaos have their charm, the best of the best are
Sevilla is home to Spain’s most vibrant traditions: Flamenco, Semana Santa, Feria de abril, Bullfighting and of course, Tapas. The city thrives with a dynamic food scene that dates back centuries. Food is simple but flavorful, and the passion of dedicated cooks spice up every dish. Enjoyed with a cold beer or a glass of fantastic wine,