A neighbourhood guide to Valencia

Valencia is probably the most underrated city of Spain. Even though it is the third largest city of Spain and it has a lot to offer, it’s still one of the most authentic. It’s not packed (yet) with tourists like Barcelona, Madrid or Sevilla. Which makes it all the more pleasant to visit. Valencia isn’t known for world famous monuments, but it does have some impressive architecture to admire. Good food can be found behind every corner and the shopping options are limitless!

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Photos of the Real Alcazar that will make you want to go

I visited the Real Alcazar in Sevilla for the second time last Summer and I couldn’t be happier! It is the oldest royal palace that is still in use in Europe and truly one of the prettiest palaces I’ve ever seen. If I ever get rich, I would like to have the same mosaic tiled walls and decorated doorways. I simply adore the Mudejar architectural style!

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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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