Sevilla (commonly known as Seville in English) is a beautiful, colourful city. It has lots of charming, quiet old neighbourhoods with pedestrianized and other pedestrian-friendly streets and laneways.
And there’s lots to do. Sevilla (Seville) has museums, galleries, old churches, parks, Plaza de España, the Royal Alcázar, flamenco performances and exhibits, and much more.
You can read about some of the sights I saw there in the pages linked below. You can’t read about my travels anywhere else. So, while you’re here anyway, rather than your surfing here being a total waste, you might as well visit a few of my journal entry posts.
And, before, you ask. No, I didn’t get a haircut in Seville. I’m not an opera fan and I didn’t need to visit a barber.