Watching Million Pound Menu one of the potential investors used the phrase food tourism so it got me thinking. I haven’t travelled anywhere specifically for the food ….but I have travelled somewhere plenty of times where I have experienced food heaven…..here are my potential destinations for some food tourism either for the food or the location….perhaps you can […]
Seville is an all year round city designed for the long weekend or mid week break. With temperatures a good 5 – 9 degrees warmer than England in December, it offers a welcome slice of sunshine from cold winters in the UK. Please feel free to add suggestions, especially for the letters that are missed. Alcazar Palace. […]
Seville is photogenic, here are some of my favourite pictures. If you want to know more please comment below!
What is your treat? Before you can answer that question you need to define ‘treat’. What is a treat? One man’s poison is another man’s treat. What might be a treat for me on one day might not be so far up the list the next. A treat might be a cup of instant coffee after a […]
This itinerary assumes you are staying in central Seville such as the old city (Santa Cruz neighbourhood) and that you are happy to walk. Head west to the outskirts of the tourist map to see what is left of the old city wall, there are orange trees and tapas bars in the area if you […]
You don’t need a car in Seville, a taxi from the airport is about 30 Euro. Stay in the old city in the Santa Cruz neighbourhood, central to most attractions. Book tickets for Alcazar Palace before you travel as queues are long. Book flamenco during the day for an evening performance, they sell out quickly. Wear comfortable […]
Walking along the cobbled lanes we found Carlos Alonso Chaperro an unassuming alleyway which led to a huge chocolate coloured door that once entered you could be forgiven for thinking you are in paradise. The thrum of the Seville streets is gone as you step into a baroque style Moorish influenced house with a tinkling […]