'La aventura de viajar consiste en ser capaz de vivir como un evento extraordinario la vida cotidiana de otras gentes.'
Javier Reverte, escritor, viajero y periodista.
Seville’s beautiful architecture and invaluable cultural legacy make the Andalusian capital a top-class cultural destination. As precious as the region’s history is, it’s the rich culinary culture, rooted in old recipes and local ingredients, that really makes Seville stand out from the rest of Spain. Inspired by traditional tapas and homemade wines, we’ve renewed our previous foodie guide to bring you 10 more must-visit restaurants in Seville right now.
Maybe it’s because they are walled in by mountains. Or because of their odd location that makes them neither from Galicia, Asturias or León – although they share traits with people from all three regions.
After my recent trip to Spain, many of you have written to me to ask questions like what’s the best time to visit the country, and whether it’s really possible for a vegetarian to survive without eating supermarket food. I’ve written travel tips for a first trip to Europe before, but I thought it would be a good idea to dig specifically into Spain this time. So here goes, ten travel tips to make your life travel planning to Spain simpler: