Airbnb Spain Seville
I mentioned earlier that Seville is a great place to set up base to explore Southern Spain due to the excellent transport connections to the rest of Europe. On Tuesday we caught a taxi to Seville Airport, about a ten minute ride (22 Euros) from the centre of city. Checking the board for our flight I saw flights to all the main cities of Europe. If you heading north you might like to catch the fast train to Madrid, which is only a couple of hours away. It is a fairly long train trip, and a few changes, if you heading to Northern Europe, like we are today, but if you have the time, why not catch the train.
As you can see we have had a great time in Spain. It is constantly surprising. There is so much of Spain that we haven't seen from Madrid to the Basque Region in the North and Santiago, the original purpose for the trip. Barcelona was fun, that is a city you probably have to see. The highlights for me were Granada and Cordoba (you have to see Cordoba). There is so much more to see and do in Seville of course.
I've enjoyed the Spanish lifestyle, the excellent weather of course, so much like Sydney, and eating out, relatively cheaply, and at all hours of the day and night, except Siesta time of course. Fortunately, I have been travelling with a self proclaimed 'Foodie', so I'll do a blog post on some of the excellent restaurants in Barcelona, Seville, Granada, and Cordoba.
Spain is moving up to my top five places, and I will definitely be back to explore more of Spain. Despite, 20% unemployment in Spain, I never had a problem with any social problems. I can tell you now if Australia went to 20% unemployment (from about 5%) you would not be able to walk down the street in some parts of Sydney. Now, however it is time to fly to in Amsterdam.
We caught a 1.30pm flight to Amsterdam and landed at 4pm Local Time. I wasn't really paying attention to the time, as I was engrossed in The Economist magazine. I was interrupted by a Dutch couple across the aisle who thought I was their nephew. I must look a little Dutch.
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When was Seville the capital of Spain?
Sevilla was never the capital of Spain.
What is the religion of Seville, Spain?
The religion of Seville, Spain is predominantly Catholicism. Spain is dominated by the Roman Catholics. According to the statistics about seventy six percent of the population is Catholics.
What part of Spain is Seville in?
Seville (Sevilla, pronounced Seveeya), is the Capital of the Province, and arguably the capital of the area of Southern Spain called Andalusia. Andalusia is composed of the provinces of Sevilla, Cadiz, Malaga, Cordoba, Granada, Huelva, Almeria, and Jaen.