WHERE — Seville
PHOTOGRAPHY — Sam Flaherty
IN COLLABORATION WITH — Faithfull
Where to eat, relax and explore in picturesque Sevilla.
Seville had been sitting idly on my must-visit list for the past couple years, and now that we live in Spain it seemed only right that we explored insanely photogenic city.
And it really is one good looking city. The streets are lined with old buildings in various shades of yellow, terracotta, red and pink. The historic town centre is made up of quaint cobbled streets packed with tapas bars and traditional restaurants whose terraces spill out onto the pavements, giving the city an endlessly vibrant attitude.
And it’s parks are as lush as they are grand; plenty of greenery, excessive smatterings of pink flowers often outlined by the traditional blue and white tiles.
Architectural beauty aside, I was blown away by how progressive (not to mention affordable) the food scene there is. We totally expected a lot of delicious, yet predictable traditional Spanish meals. But there are so many cool spots that would give London or New York a run for it’s money (but with a menu 1/3 of the cost). So I apologise in advance that this guide is pretty much just a dining guide to Seville.
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