Last week I showed you photos from the first days of my trip to Seville (there were a few technical problems with that post, so if you missed it, you can read it here). As I told you then, I went there for a wedding and we extended the trip for a few more days to have enough time to visit the city. Not only we visited some of its most remarkable monuments, but also had time to wander around its beautiful streets and parks in the different neighborhoods of the old city, and to enjoy the great Sevillian gastronomy.
The wedding took place on a beautiful Saturday morning in the Royal Chapel inside the impressive Cathedral. The moment we arrived I regretted not having the camera with me. This Chapel (where some of the most important Spanish kings from the Reconquista period and their spouses are buried) is usually closed to visitors and it only opens for special occasions like weddings. The Chapel was impressive! And after the wedding I decided I wanted to visit the Cathedral during one of the next days…
The days after the wedding, we went for relaxing walks around the city centre. We looked for some of the most beautiful religious wooden sculptures that are part of the Seville Easter pasos and wandered in the most colorful, quiet and less touristic streets in the northern part of the old city. At the end of the day, we delighted ourselves with the beautiful sunsets at the Guadalquivir river. And when the night arrived, we went back to the city centre in search of delicious tapas. I was even surprised to find a flamenco dancer performing in the street!! That’s something I didn’t remember from my years in Seville or other trips… Even if it was a bit (maybe very) touristic, I enjoyed the challenge of taking photos of her at night.
So here it is the second part of this little trip to Seville. I hope you like them.