Horsing Around in Spain: Travel in Seville

We took that option in the 111 F (44 C) heat. The best end to the day was to watch the sun go down over Seville’s Guadalquivir River, casting its romantic pink haze over the city.

If You Go

The Sierra Norte is part of Spain’s longest mountain range, the Sierra Morena, which separates Andalusia from the rest of the country. Other cities well worth a visit in Andalusia besides Seville are Jerez (where sherry comes from), Cadiz, Cordoba and Granada.

The pension where we stayed was part of the tour package. Future guests will stay at the farm when the farmhouse is built.

Spirit of Andalusia
www.spirit-of-andalucia.co.uk

Sevilla Tourist Guide
www.aboutsevilla.com

Tourist Office of Spain
www.spain.info

 

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