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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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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Casa de Pilatos: a tour of the most magnificent house in Sevilla

Casa de Pilatos is one of those places you fall in love with instantly. Its architecture is the perfect blend of Italian Renaissance, Mudejar (Spanish-Islamic) and Gothic styles. As soon as you enter the palace’s main courtyard, you’re captivated by its overwhelming gloriousness and it’s hard to leave!

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Hotel Las Casas de la Juderia | An Andalusian Escape in Sevilla | Review

The Hotel Las Casas de la Juderia in Sevilla is one of the most unique hotels I ever experienced. The hotel truly is a feast for the eyes. It consists of 27 Andalusian town houses linked by patios and passageways. When walking through the hotel you pass gorgeous courtyards and gardens, decorated by countless flower pots and fountains. You feel as if you entered the 15th century.

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