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The Difference Between Seville And Granada Tapas Culture

Spain is an amazing country that has a lot to offer for tourists. Each part of this country has its own history, architecture, and food culture. You probably have heard about famous pinchos in Barcelona, or tapas in Seville and Granada. And although Seville and Granada are both Andalusian cities that are famous for tapas, the experience you get at these places is completely different. So here is a short article that will explain the…

Photo Guide To Andalusia

Andalusia is located in the South of Iberian peninsula. It is one of the most beautiful and most popular regions in Spain. Tourists are attracted to Andalusia due to its history, amazing architecture, culture, and food. For those who still wonder if Andalusia worth your time I wrote an article “Photo Guide to Andalusia” for your better understanding of what you might see if you travel to my favorite region in Spain. Photo…

The Best Tapas Bars In Seville, Spain

Seville is a city in Andalusia, Spain that has a big tapas culture. And although the tapas experience in Seville is quite different from Granada tapas, Seville is considered to be one of the best cities to try traditional Spanish tapas. You can find hundreds of tapas bars in Seville and many are worth visiting.  After spending quite a long time in this city, exploring Seville, its history, and its tapas, I made a…

The Comprehensive Guide To Seville, Spain

As well as being the capital of Andalusia, Seville is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and popular cities in all of Spain. Seville attracts tourists by its architecture, history, and delicious tapas. To help organize your trip to this city and hit all the most beautiful spots, I wrote this comprehensive guide to Seville to include all the significant information you’ll need regarding sights, when to see them and a cost breakdown…

Visiting El Rinconcillo – The Oldest Tapas Bar In Spain

As you probably already understood from the title of this article, El Rinconcillo is the oldest tapas bar in Spain, or at least that’s what they say. El Rinconcillo opened in 1670 and they offer a taste of traditional cuisine. About tapas… If you are familiar with the concept of Tapas, you know that “tapa” is a small starter that traditionally was served with a drink for free. Nowadays, except…