Casa Andalusi in Cordoba, a true hidden gem

Casa Andalusi wasn’t on my bucket list of things to visit during my day in Cordoba. But at lunch I was looking on my map for monuments I could still visit in the afternoon (most of them are closed after 3pm) that were at a short walking distance. Casa Andalusi met those requirements. So after eating my tapas, I headed to this typical Andalusian house, not reallly knowing what to expect.

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The ultimate travel guide to Sevilla

Sevilla is a captivating city. As soon as you turn into one street, you can’t help but wanting to explore the next one. Simply because you just know there’s a new treasure to be discovered behind every corner. The architecture in this town is so enchanting. I felt as if the city was my drug to keep going. Even though I was exhausted from the unbearable heat, I couldn’t stop exploring and often found myself alone wandering the streets or visiting a monument around 2.30 pm. I just couldn’t stop.

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Photos of Casa de Pilatos that will dazzle you forever

Casa de Pilatos was the first place I visited after my arrival in Sevilla and it bedazzled me immediately. I was already in awe after visiting the Real Alcazar two years ago, but never did I imagine to stumble upon more of these architectural pearls in Sevilla. I was already intrigued by the Mudejar style, so I wanted to capture photos of all the buildings and rooms in this style. Not only as an inspiration for decorating my place, but also to inspire others to go there!

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