Monumentos

Peter the 1st of Castile reigned in Castile and the territories conquered by his ancestors from 1334 until his death in 1369. Before going deeper into one of the most picturesque kings of Spanish history, we must situate ourselves in situation: In the 14th Century, Spain was still divided into...
San Luis Street is one of those places where one does not expect to find so many places of high historical importance. Being somewhat a bit far from the monumental area, it’s not usually crowded by tourists. It begins in San Marcos Square and ends at Macarena's Gate, a knot in which converge...
Lots of travelers who visit Seville decide to stay in the city, others, however, have more time and make the choice of knowing a little bit more of Andalusia. The classic daytrips are Ronda, Córdoba and Cadiz, but today I want to do my special TOP5 with my favourite corners around the city, much...
I've been wanting to write an article about the Cathedral of Seville long time, and the thing is that inside this pile of stone there are some of the most impressive hidden treasures of the city, usually unknown by most sevillians. Our duty and job is to discover all this secrets to the people who...
With no doubt Parque de Maria Luisa is one of the hidden gems of Seville, forgotten many times by sevillians and travelers. But this park is full of hidden corners and secrets that we want to show you. Beside the Great and well known Plaza de España we have and must explore this marvelous park,...
We begin with a new section: our favorite monument, which will be on the networks under the hashtag of #FAVMonumento. Every Tuesday of the month has a post with a two of our favorites. It is very difficult to choose, since it is a city as beautiful as Seville, it is not possible to have only one...

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