Dress – ASOS
Sunglasses – ASOS – sold out – Similar HERE
Hat – H&M
Sandals – Old Navy
Seville was another one of our unplanned visits. Since we were travelling from Mallorca to London, we figured we might as well just stop over a few nights in Seville. Why not? We would be passing right by it anyways. We were both getting pretty exhausted and were about ready to get home, but we couldn’t help ourselves. So we switched from searching for flights to London to flights to Seville, Spain.
(At this point, I feel like we have a good handle on the best spots to visit in Spain. I think we might need to do a Spanish cities round up of all our absolute favourites. Let me know if that would be something of interest.)
We only booked two nights in Seville because, like I said before, we were pretty pooped and a little home sick. But we were still so excited to experience another spot in Spain. We arrived in the afternoon, checked in to our beautiful boutique hotel (a whole post on that coming soon), freshened up, got changed out of our airplane clothes and hit the ground running. Our very first stop was one of the oldest tapas bar in Seville called El Rinconcillo. If you follow on snapchat, you may have seen it there. We ordered smoked cod, cheese and ham. And they were all SO good. The bar has a cool indoor outdoor feel, with walls lined with tile that looks like it has been there for hundreds of years. It was exactly what we had in mind for lunch. Eating inside a little piece of history.
The streets in Seville are absolutely beautiful. Full of colour, intricate details, huge doorways. A photo op at every corner! We spent most of the day just wandering around, getting lost (as usual) and stopping for some wine to people watch.
In the evening we did what we do best in a new city – find a rooftop bar. I think we have managed to do this in almost every city we’ve visited now. We ended up picking one that had a view of the Cathedral at sunset. Quite a few of the nearby hotels have rooftop options as well. I would make sure to get there early though, it was very busy when we got there just before sunset.
I hope that gave you a little taste of Seville! It was a beautiful spot and we are so glad we made the stop.
I hope you’re having a lovely Thursday!