City of Flamenco and Bullfighting

Nowhere else is Spain more fiercely Spanish than in this sunny Andalusian city replete with artistic treasures and ardent flamenco rhythms. People flock here to marvel at the world’s largest Gothic cathedral and the stunning Mudejar-imbued Alcazar, yet Seville’s real magic lies in simpler joys, like stumbling upon a secret flower-filled courtyard in the Barrio de Santa Cruz, catching an impromptu flamenco show in a tiny plaza framed by orange trees, or lingering over sherry and montaditos in an atmospheric tapas bar decorated with azulejo tiles across the Guadalquivir River, in Triana.

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