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Colors of Sevilla - traditions, festivals, mentality and lifestyle

Finde_Sevilla Local residents are very cheerful and friendly people with great sense of humor. The only drawback is their lack of organization. Spanish people can be late even for a very important meeting. However, in work environment they are quite serious and focused. These are reliable partners who are willing to work in full force in order to reach prosperity and help their country.
One of the most luxurious hotels in Spain, Hotel Alfonso XIII, is open in Seville. It was constructed in 1928 by order of the King of Spain Alfonso XIII. Ever since the opening, the hotel … Open
Perhaps, an irresistible attraction to the breathtaking sights such as bullfighting is one of the most striking features of the indigenous population. During several hundreds of years this kind of entertainment has been causing a lot of controversy, but for the residents of Seville and other Spanish cities bullfighting is not simply an exciting pastime, but a real national tradition. Bullfights usually attract travelers, who sometimes are ready to make long distance rides just to watch the enchanting spectacle. The first "modern" bullfight was held in 1775, but the very first games with bulls took place here more than two thousand years ago. During the event all seats of a stadium are always taken. In order to see the bullfight, we recommend purchasing the ticket in advance. The average ticket price is between 50 and 500 euros.
Spring in Seville is the time for numerous interesting festivals and fairs. One of the festivals is usually celebrated on the second half of April. During a week all squares of the city become the location of performances of folk groups. Local people and tourists dress up in old costumes, and street traders offer various unusual gifts and crafts to passersby. Many interesting festivals are held in suburban areas. Country residents also organize interesting fairs and carnivals, which are usually devoted to patrons of fertility. Copyright
Itaca Sevilla has virtually anything that romantic couples may want during a vacation. It is open in a classic Andalusian mansion, so lovebirds will have no difficulty in finding a suitable … Open
Many countries have the sign and symbolic holidays, what you remember, having hardly heard the name. Semana Santa is the soul of Spain, her symbolical religiousness, and splendor. You and hundreds of thousands of tourists will have the chance to get acquainted with this soul during the Easter Holy Week. During these days in Seville, will take place various festive processions for which the citizens prepare the whole year. Huge, ornated Passos, the sculptural compositions on religious plots, are taken out to the streets from the churches. These Passos are followed by the novices of numerous brotherhoods wearing long cloaks, masks, and high peaked caps.
Plaza de Espana en Sevilla During the spring, the city of Seville turns into the magic place with the air impregnated with the aroma of a bitter orange and jasmine. Seville Fair is the traditional annual national festival held in April. It starts during Easter week in the midnight of Monday and lasts through Sunday. The preparations for a fair begin in advance, in order to indulge in the rough fun for the whole week: wine flows like water, dances to exhaustion — day and night. The traditional parade is opened by the horse vehicles and equestrians, followed by the festively dressed up residents. The procession moves to Plaza-de-Toros, and after to the arena. By the way, the daily program of the fair includes the real bullfight.
Sierpes, which starts near San Francisco Square, is the main shopping street in Seville. On this street, you will find shops of different specification, including clothes and shoe boutiques … Open
La Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla is the main international event in the world dedicated to flamenco. Each two years, Seville turns into one big performance attracting fans and professionals of a flamenco from all around the world. The most picturesque districts become the centers of a holiday for several weeks, offering the audience the most anticipated novelties of a genre. Especially active tourists will be pleased by the fact that it is possible not only to hear and see, a flamenco in Seville but also "to try". During the festival, you will see small stages and areas where you can practice your first flamenco moves.
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Map of all churches
Cathedrals and basilicas near Sevilla
♥   Catedral de Nuestro Señor San Salvador, Jerez de la Frontera, 78.5 km from the center. On the map   Photo
Map of all castles
Survived castles around Sevilla
♥   Castle 'Castle of Marchenilla' Sevilla, 0.7 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Castle 'Torre de la Plata' Sevilla, 1 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Castle 'Tower of los Herberos' Sevilla, 1 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Castle 'Castle of Lebrija' Sevilla, 1.8 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Castle 'Alcazar of Alcalá de Guadaíra' Sevilla, 12.6 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Castle 'Castle of Utrera' Sevilla, 28.2 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Castle 'Castle of las Aguzaderas' Sevilla, 48.2 km from the center. On the map   Photo

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Parque Nacional de Donana

From the series “Largest Nature Reserves on Earth”
Graceful pink flamingos, storks and herons, imperial eagles known for their stern temper – this is one of the only places on Earth with such an enormous variety of bird species like this. Rare species of Iberian lynx are also worth mentioning. The National park was created in 1769 and covers an area of 770 square kilometres. Over 250000 travellers from all over the world come here annually to experience unforgettable natural attractions of the region. … Read further
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Traditions and festivals in cities around Sevilla

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