Seville, the capital of Andalusia in Spain

Seville is the capital city of Andalusia which is located in the southern part of Spain. You may also hear people calling it Sevilla and it's one of the largest cities in Spain. If you have heard of Flamenco then you should know that Seville is the birthplace. I visited the city in mid-September which is a great time to visit a Mediterranean country since it's not very hot during the day. I got a direct flight from London with Ryanair which costs around 70 EUROS. From the airport, you can get the bus (which is the cheapest option) or the taxi which costs 25 EUROS to the city center. So here I was, in a new destination, once again for work, with the chance to see a new place and walk around the city. Things to do Seville is a beautiful town to see on foot. Walking around in Santa Cruz and its narrow streets you’ll get lost amongst the many small shops and cafes. The first thing that anyone will notice when getting to the main square, is the Cathedral which is the 3rd largest in the world and contains the tomb of Christopher Colombus. I didn't have the time to go inside but I have to admit that the Cathedral is amazing both day and night.  It’s the 3rd largest cathedral in the world and the minaret on top is called the Giralda. Alcazares Palace is a royal building near the Cathedral. It's the older royal palace in Europe where the king and queen of Spain stay there when they visit the city. I was lucky to have some free time in the afternoon to visit the place. Before you enter, you have to go through various security checks, like at the airport so they make sure it's fine to let you in. The gardens are huge, you can almost get lost - I did. There are many fountains, ponds, flowers, and nice plant structures. If you'd like to go the, I would advise you to spend 2-3 hours since it's big and there are many palaces together [...]