After writing my first book, I decided to start this page and share more of my experiences.
I wrote this little book called: Greater than a Tourist, 50 travel tips from a local in Seville, Andalucia, Spain. In this book, I share some of the things that I have learned about this beautiful city since moving to Seville in January of 2018. You’ll find more information on the page ‘My Book’.
The Flamenco Dress: The Most Characteristic Feature of La Feria de Abril When you think of Spain, you think of flamenco. And bullfighting. And sangria. Depends on your frame of … Continue reading The Flamenco Dress
When looking for an apartment, we encountered many apartments that were too good to be true, and we had some interactions with scammers. In this post, I talk about our experience and give advice on how to spot the scammers.
Clients asked me this question more than once, and in my opinion, the answer is yes. Of all the cities I visited in my life, I can say that Seville is the only one of them where I have not felt uncomfortable walking around by myself. However, you still have to be smart. Here are some of my tips for when you’re traveling solo.
The Triana district in Seville, on the ‘other’ side of the river, is an amazing barrio that not enough people visit during their stay in the city. This district has so much to offer, from amazing restaurants, beautiful markets, and a rich and complex history. One of my favorite bars in Triana is one of my most recent discoveries, Casa Gago. My favorite typical Sevillian dish is Solomillo al Whisky, and I was told that Casa Gago makes a mean Solomillo. Of course, I had to go check it out.
After going to the Feria once in 2017, I decided that for the next year I wanted to get my own dress. Just because I was so intrigued and excited by the idea of owning one of these dresses. Finding a dress was quite a process.