My 8 best tips of Sevilla

Dear readers, 

Last week I have spent five amazing days with my dear friend Celeste in Sevilla, Spain. I am a total Spain lover, so I’m happy that I can add this beautiful place on my list.
What a wonderful short holiday has this been!
I was a little stressed-out from school and other things but I assure you that five days under the Spanish sun is the best cure to be totally zen and relaxed again. Besides that Sevilla is a beautiful place full of old monumental buildings, green parks and a relaxed atmosphere. It’s not that big, which makes it perfect for a little trip. We booked the trip with Bebsy.nl, a strange name but they post daily the best holiday deals. We stayed at the Silken all-Andaluss which is a fine, solid hotel with a great pool. Besides that Sevilla is located in Andalusia, where they have more than 300 sun-days per year. 
Are you already want to pack your bags? Hold on a minute and read first my 8 best tips!


1. Foodhall Mercado Lonja del Barranco
Through Sevilla is floating a river and here you can find a great Foothill, Lonja del Barranco. It’s a big roofed market with small restaurants. You can find her delicious see food as oysters, small tapas, sushi, pizza, ice cream bars and nice drinks. It’s nice to be out of the hot sun during the day so it’s very attractive to order an apperol-spritz and take a seat inside or on the veranda outside where you have a nice view over the Guadalquivir river and T
riana. Triana is the cultural area where the flamenco roots are.
* I stole this picture from google *