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Don Juan Tenorio, José Zorrilla, 1844. One of the books that, together with 'El Burlador de Sevilla', contemplate the world-famous myth of Don Juan, the famous Casanova of the city of Seville. His fame has reached the point of even using the term 'Don Juan' to refer to a womanizing man. Despite...
The Arenal neighborhood wasn’t always as we see today, in fact during the 18th and 19th century the neighborhood hadn’t even the half elegance that it has nowadays. We are talking about the houses outside the walls that welcome all these travelers that stopped in the Seville’s Port. The entrance of...
It’s known that during the Romantic century (19th century) in Europe and Spain many plays, novels and operas were created that now are part of our culture as classics. Some of them were adapted to be films, plays, paintings and other artistic productions. But many people ask why Seville had been an...
Taberna Coloniales (Calle Fernández y González nº36-38 -near Plaza Nueva-, or Plaza del Cristo de Burgos). A good place for tapas, very popular and not expensive at all. It is necessary to go early because it fills up fast and we will have to wait at the bar until our turn comes. Thank goodness...
Okay, we admit it: going to bars in Seville following a vegetarian diet can be a bit tricky. Although there are many options (more and more), in many places you will find almost exclusively these three: Chickpeas With Spinach. And be careful because in some places they do not offer them all year...
If there is a common practice in these months of movement restrictions, it is to visit nearby places that, perhaps because they are close, are not in the drawer of our thoughts when we plan an excursion. The reality is that the distance does not make the visit of a higher quality, and a good...

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