David Cogswell writes for Travel Pulse.com–The first time I heard about Seville, Spain was in my high school Spanish class. We were discussing La Feria de Abril, a week-long celebration full of parades, dancing and traditional Spanish costumes. I was instantly hooked. So when it came time for me to choose a location for my study abroad semester, there was no doubt about it: I was headed to Seville, the vibrant capital of Andalusia.
Luckily my impulsive decision was not one I regretted, as I instantly fell in love with the southern Spanish city. And you know what? Everyone else I know who has traveled to Seville has loved it just as much as I did. Ready to learn more? Immerse yourself in this brief snapshot of Seville, Spain. Just get ready to book a plane ticket when you’re done!
Explore the Maria Luisa Park
Maria Luisa Park is Seville’s largest park. Its beautiful green lawns stretch parallel to the Guadalquivir River, and it’s common to see tourists taking in the lush views and aromatic orange trees of the park via romantic horse and carriage.
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