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Why horse carriage rides should be banned in Seville

I know it seems like we talk about avoiding animal cruelty a lot, and maybe we do, but it’s something we believe passionately in and want to draw attention to. I mean, why would anybody knowingly want to abuse an animal? To us, it doesn’t make sense and we hope you agree. Horse Cruelty in…

A personalised itinerary for a family stay in Seville

Before we went to Seville, I hit google looking for some itineraries that we could possible follow during our trip. They were clearly written by young, energetic jet-setters who were able to cram as much as possible into their fifteen hour days and barely stop for a breather. UH OH I don’t know about your…

The easiest way to book Flamenco tickets in Seville

After spending an afternoon at the Museum of Flamenco in Seville we returned to our apartment and subsequently decided that we’d like to see a proper flamenco show and set about finding some tickets. Flamenco everywhere… Seville is the heart of flamenco dancing and it’s easy enough to find impromptu shows around the city. We’d already…

It’s the real deal! Visiting Real Alcazar, Seville

Seville’s history is magnificently twisted between being conquered and rising defiantly.  It’s thought that the city dates back to Hercules when he divided the land between Seville and Gibraltar. Who knows if that’s true (I doubt it) but it provides an excellent backdrop for all other Sevillian tales. The Real Alcazar Real Alcazar is the Royal…

On the road; Being vegan in Seville

Seville captured our hearts. I don’t know exactly what it is about the city that we love, maybe the laid back attitude of locals or the architecture, maybe the narrow cobbled streets or the amount of things there are to do, maybe it’s the brightly coloured buildings and the roof top bars? It’s vibrant and noisy…

Let’s bike around el parque de Maria Luisa, Seville

Seville is pretty hot right now. Averaging about 28 degrees, so in true British spirit, mad dogs and Englishmen, at the height of the afternoon sun we went to explore the Park of Maria Luisa. PARQUE DE MARÍA LUISA IN SEVILLE, SPAIN The park was formerly the gardens of the Palace of San Telmo but…

20 ways to entertain kids around Tarifa

Tarifa, or as we know it ‘The Windy City’ sits at the southern most point of mainland Europe and after we visited Seville,  Cadiz and Ronda and fell totally in love with them, we thought that Tarifa might be a good place to visit too. We had a brilliant time and we were surprised by how much…

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