I have never been on vacation all by myself, but since none of my friends got some days off of work, I decided that it couldn’t be that bad to spend some “me time” in a city I have never visited before. And guys, I gotta tell you, it was just amazing! I totally enjoyed doing all the things I wanted and having a bite when I felt like it. Don’t get me wrong, I love travelling with my family and friends but this was a whole new experience and I now can officially say that I’m good with it. I am able to travel by myself.
With no further ado, get ready for lots and lots of photos and some back ground Information.
My airbnb was just around the corner of the Seville Cathedral. It’s the largest gothic cathedral and the thrid largest church in the world! It is also listed as a UNESCO world heritage site since 1987. The cathedral is located in the city center and a great point of orientation. There are lots of caffees and tapas bars all around the impressive building.
Paseo Alcalde Marqués del Contradero & Triana
Strolling along the Canal de Alfonso (Rio Guadalquivir) was one of my favorite things on the warmer days. You’ve got a spectacular view of Triana, the suburb of Seville. Crossing the Puente de Isabel and you’re in Triana already. In this lovely part you’ll find lots of great places to eat tapas and churro con chocolate. I also recommend getting lost in the narrow streets and just taking in the view of the super cute buildings.