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Travel Report: Plaza de España, Seville.

March 2017. I’ve been living and traveling around the world for over fifteen years now, but I’ve never seen anything quite like the incredible Plaza de España in Seville. Situated in the city’s gorgeous Maria Luisa Park, this staggering renaissance/neo-Moorish style structure stands in a league of its own in terms of scale and ballsy […]

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Travel Report: The Alcázar, Seville.

March 2017. Much like The Alhambra in Granada, a great deal of Seville’s tourism revolves around its amazing royal palace. With its architecture dating back to a succession of distinctive eras, it feels like there’s a surprise around every corner! You’ve got Moorish influences (11th to 12th century), Gothic (13th century), Mudejar (14th century) and […]

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Travel Report: Cool Spots Around Seville, Spain.

March 2017. What an absolutely gorgeous city Seville is! With its captivating cathedral, mind-boggling Alcázar Palace and astonishingly picturesque Plaza de España, I knew I’d need a bunch of articles do the place justice. This post puts the city’s three major sights to one side and focuses on my general wanderings over two perfectly sunny days. Architecturally […]

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Travel Report: Cool Spots Around Córdoba, Spain.

March 2017. I really have been spoilt here recently in the south of Spain. Camino Del Rey is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen, Ronda has that amazing gorge and Granada boasts The Alhambra. Although ever so slightly in the shadow of its neighbors, Córdoba’s main draw is The Mezquita, the world’s […]

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Travel Report: Ronda, Spain.

February 2017. I felt like Ronda really had a lot to live up to! After all, I’d arrived on the back of some breathtaking trips around Southern Spain. Thankfully though Ronda’s reputation as “the most beautiful city in Andalusia” has not been exaggerated! Set dramatically atop El Tajo Gorge it’s an absolutely stunning place, even on […]

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Travel Report: Cool Spots Around Frigiliana, Spain.

October 2016. A visit to the south of Spain invariably conjures up daydreams of blue skies, golden sands, rolling waves and mouth-watering bowls of tapas accompanied perhaps by a blood-red glass of Tinto (wine) or a cheeky caña (little beer). Or you might prefer images of pristine whitewashed villages. hidden between the mountains. If that’s […]

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