By train I travelled in 40 minutes from Cordoba to Sevilla. I stayed near the Hercules de Alameda square and walked my way around the city. In the afternoons and late evenings I took my time at the bars for a cold beer and some delicious tapas.
From the giant Plaza de Espana square I strolled through the Maria Luisa park, the old town along the Guadalquivir river to the bull-fighting arena. In the old town I visited the UNESCO World Heritage sites of the Cathedral with its bell tower 'la Giralda' and the Moorish Alcazar palace complex with its beautiful garden. On the other side of the river I explored the Triana district. This is considered to be the birthplace of the famous flamenco dance and music. I chilled out under a tree at a festival in the EXPO 92 area.
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