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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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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Spark your wanderlust with these photos of Diocletian’s Palace in Split

Diocletian’s Palace forms an important part of Split’s old city center. It’s not just a building that is a palace. It’s rather a town within a town. The palace consists of Diocletian’s living quarters, temples to worship the gods, a cathedral, cellars, the peristyle and many narrow alleyways. Everything is surrounded by the old city walls containing 4 gates.

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