Welcome to The Magic of Seville’s blog. Here you could find useful posts about curiosities, places to visit or some historical documentation. If you find something interesting, don’t hesitate about reading it. We hope you enjoy and stay updated!
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Cathedral and Alcazar skip the line admission tickets
The Royal Alcazar of Seville, receives every year more than 2 millions visitors. The lines at the gate could be very long and tiring, especially during high season
Do I need to make a reservation to visit the Mosque of Cordoba?
The Mosque of Cordoba was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985 and one of the 12 treasures of Spain in 2007.
Seville: Exhibition for the Murillo Year
It was possible to visit the exhibition “Aplicación Murillo. Materialismo, Charitas y populismo”, the last exhibition celebrated of this kind.
The Manila shawl: An Andalusian ornament?
In this new blog entry we question the Andalusian origin of this accessory, used by women as a luxurious piece of clothing.
“Saint Anthony, the one with the beard…”
“Saint Anthony, the one with the beard as white as the snow frost, please help me find what I lost.”
The Fan, an Essential Accessory in your Visit to Seville
The fan is a millenary accessory that in your visit to Seville, especially during the summer, you can not miss, as it is used to alleviate the heat.
Seville in its pure rock conception
Once upon a time there was a spirit that reigned in the south-western triangle formed by Seville-Cádiz-Huelva.
The 5 best times and spots to portrait Giralda, the icon of Seville
Are you curious about when and where take pictures of the Giralda of Seville? Here we give you some tips to take the picture you are dreaming about.
Free Tips: Restaurants, Shops & Transportation in Seville -Spain
Is it your first time in Seville? Do you feel lost? Here you have some tips to make your trip to Seville more enjoyable.
Al hammam in Seville: relaxing and spiritual stop in the ancient Arab baths
Andalusia is a region strongly influenced by the Moors. From the Arab conquest there are also the baths, which remain a tradition as ancient as it is relaxing.