Seville wasn’t always on the agenda for our October trip, but we’re glad we added it! We’d only just gotten started on our latest Spain explorations, but Seville made a huge impression on us. It’s a city where centuries of history are so palpable, they can be seen, felt, and heard on every corner. Seville is probably best known as the birthplace of flamenco, that dance form that never fails to move us to our core. But Seville is also home to the world’s largest Gothic cathedral, a fabulous royal palace, and many other gorgeous buildings both ancient and modern.  Oh, and some of the best tapas and Spanish cuisine that we have sampled, thus far. Seville factoids: Seville is the capital of Spain’s Andalusia autonomous community. And it’s the only river port in Spain, connected to the Atlantic by an 80-km stretch of the Guadalquivir river. Seville’s human footprint dates…

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