Seville perfectly represents Andalusia’s sweet life.
Dawn is the perfect time to enjoy a fresh walk alongside the Guadalquivir and discover the Triana area.
Seville’s orange trees, cobbled alleys and azuelos stolen from its Portuguese neighbors all make it a colorful, flowered and warm city. Very warm indeed, reaching 120°F in the heat of summer.
After the siesta, the “baños árabes” (typical Turkish baths) open their doors for you to relax before going to a Flamenco show hidden in the shadow of a bar. The dancer is impressive, and the way she claps her hands and taps her feet on the floor is so strong and rhythmic!
To make a brilliant finish of your day, have some tapas in a sidewalk café and sip a chilled Cruzcampo beer.
We know that you too are going to fall for this charming and vibrant (except during the siesta) city for its prestigious past and its mixed culture – Christian, Arabic, Gypsy and Andalusian.
Will we succeed in surprising our Popins for this eagerly awaited Spanish Pop In? Count on us !!