Just like the last time we had visitors in Spain, I took a million pictures! Even though we returned to Sevilla, a destination I recently was lucky to visit, I feel like I enjoyed a different experience, and I have the pictures to prove it.
This was taken next to the Cathedral in a popular area of the city. The tram runs through here, there are bike paths, and little eateries line the street. I just love the facades of the buildings in Sevilla!
The Alcazar and its gardens was a stop both with my family and for this trip. It just cannot be missed!
There is just endless beauty in the gardens of the Alcazar.
Yesterday I showed you where the Master of Ceremonies sits, today you can see what he watches! It’s quite a bit bigger than the Ronda bullfighting ring.
This is where the bullfighter enters to face his bull. Just behind me on the left is the last stop for the bullfighter – the Chapel.
The day wouldn’t be complete if I didn’t pose in front of a statue at the bullfighting ring like the big dork that I am. In case you don’t see it, I’m acting like a ferocious bull…
With my trusty travel partner! I love him. 🙂
Probably my favorite part of Sevilla, the Plaza de España. It’s just so big with intricate detailing and beautiful tile work. Set in the Maria Luisa gardens, it’s a quite impressive.
Like I mentioned yesterday, each province of Spain is represented along the front facade of the Plaza de España.
If you ever make it over to Spain, I highly recommend Sevilla as a stop on your trip! From the Costa del Sol, it’s about a two hour car ride, and from Madrid, it’s only about two and half hours on the bullet train. Be warned, though – summer is HOT. I’ve been told that August and September are absolutely unbearable, which I can only assume is the case since the heat in May was quite scorching during the day. Otherwise, there is just so much to see and do in Sevilla!