Seville brings to mind the quintessential images of Spain and lives up to them. The city, one of Spain’s oldest, with 2000 years worth of winding medieval roads, is a cultural and artistic hub. While wandering along those ancient streets, explorers will be serenaded by strolling guitarists, greeted by gypsies and lured by the sweet smell of orange blossoms.
During the day, visitors will hear the roars of the crowds as the matadors command attention in the bullfighting arena and as the day slips into a warm sultry evening, the roars of the crowds will die down and be replaced by lively flamenco. Watch the dancing as you dine on delicious tapas sip on sangria and gear up for a long evening - since the party in Seville lasts till dawn.
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