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Level 11
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12/2/2013
Overall rating: 8
Packing List: I went to Seville in June last year. It was the right time to go, the temperature was mild but it wasn't muggy. The sun sets at about 10:00 and you can imagine what a sight it is! As for clothes, I recommend comfortable shoes, t-shirts and shorts with a denim jacket which could come in handy.
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Level 100
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Friends
8/12/2013
Overall rating: 7
General opinion:  Seville is the center and leading metropolitan of the autonomous group of people of Andalusia and the province of Seville, Spain. It is positioned on the bare of the River Guadalquivir; whereas the inhabitants of the towns are well-known as sevillanos. Alcazar is famous for its garden area, architectural buildings and historic Sites, an attractive medieval Islamic citadel showcasing an exclusive synthesis of Moorish and Spanish Christian architecture, it’s a beautiful place to visit the plant trees and fountains are gorgeous. Plaza de Espana it has many interesting and huge momentous Sites and architectural ... More construction the city is worth walk sightseeing, the place is recently renovated, it was intended by Aníbal González in 1929. It also has a boating inland waterway which is beautiful constructed from where you can see the entire place it’s a must visit place. Giralda Tower all you will get to see is the Monuments Statues and Lookouts of medieval period, the attractive formation was initially built as a minaret intended for a mosque, even though it has since been renewed into a bell surpass.
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Level 15
5/14/2013
Overall rating: 9
Eating and Drinking: Have fun at lunch and dinner trying delicious tapas. Spend the evenings wandering the Barrio Santa Cruz and you'll be spoiled for choice of taperias. Don't forget to drink the fantastic Spanish cerveza, have it served in chilled glasses.
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Level 9
5/7/2013
Overall rating: 8
Surroundings and tours: Seville is a beautiful town with many places to visit, the people are cheerful and the clubs are open all hours. Also visit Cordoba, it's a little Andalusian town with many events in May, and go to Malaga to relax a bit by the sea!
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Level 11
5/3/2013
Overall rating: 10
Best Period to Go: Seville is one of the fascinating, vibrant and culturally rich cities of the Iberian Peninsula. The best period to go is the spring, but it's also good in autumn, thanks to the mild and sunny climate which favours long walks and nights outdoors.
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Level 9
4/29/2013
Overall rating: 9
Surroundings and tours: Seville is a beautiful city and an hour's drive away there is a lot of natural beauty, salt marshes, caves, Jerez de la Frontera. We arrived in Gibraltar, it's very beautiful. You can see Africa and of course, given the size of the strait, you can see why this has been, and is, a strategic point.
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Level 9
4/29/2013
Overall rating: 9
Eating and Drinking: The key thing when you want to learn about a new place is to savour it all the way. So throw yourself on local cuisine in traditional restaurants where you can TAPEAR!! With just a few Euros you can enjoy A lot of Spanish ,and especially Andalusian, specialties, basking in a really friendly and informal atmosphere!
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Level 42
4/27/2013
Overall rating: 8
Packing List: In Seville the weather is gorgeous, it's always sunny. So you don't have to bring much: t-shirts, tank tops and shorts, in a nutshell, light clothes. In August it's very hot, while in the other seasons you feel better and you can discover the beautiful Seville where there really is so much to see.
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Level 9
4/24/2013
Overall rating: 9
Best Period to Go: The week of Semana Santa, the Easter period. The celebrations are fascinating whether you're religious or not. There are beautiful parades with the famous Nazarenos and floats parading through the city bearing religious statues. There are scenes of worship and there is a festive atmosphere. Don't miss it.
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Level 9
4/24/2013
Overall rating: 9
Not to miss: Holy Week, the flamenco performances, tapas bars, churches, Seville is the heart of Andalusia, and you can still feel gypsy tradition, you can shop for flamenco clothes, and let yourself be pampered in the traditional hotels, or, better, in the Paradores chain which is scattered across Spain ... unforgettable!
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Level 9
4/21/2013
Overall rating: 8
Useful tips: You can get around it all on foot but avoid the months of July and August. The ideal month is May as there a lot of parties. Other Andalusian cities such as Cordoba and Granada are also within easy reach if you hire a car.
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Level 100
Overall rating: 6
Not to miss:  Sevilla is a magnificent city with a rich culture and fascinating people. It is a wonderful blend of the ancient and modern. In addition to the dazzling monuments, it also has the latest amenities and attractions for the thousands of tourists that visit annually.
The nightlife is amazing, and the best place to experience it is at the Isla Cartuja. Walking tours offer visitors with an amazing look at the many places of interest in the city. The open-air market Northwest of Triana has the most amazing shopping deals.
Of all the monuments in Sevilla, the Cathedral is ... More perhaps the most magnificent. This fifteenth century cathedral is judged to be the largest in the world. La Giralda, a large and beautiful minaret tower, provides visitors with an amazing view of the city. The Barrio Santa Cruz is one of the most charming parts of the city with its small winding streets.
In the month of Easter, the city comes alive with the celebrations of the Fería de Abril.
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Level 100
Overall rating: 6
General opinion:  The city of Sevilla, or Seville as it is more popularly known, is located in the southern part of Spain in the Sevilla province of Andalucía. Sevilla is also the capital of the province and of the Andalucían region.
The city is situated on the banks of the Guadalquivir River. The climate of Sevilla is Mediterranean, with oceanic influences. Winters are mild, with average temperatures of 16ºC. Summers are very warm with average temperatures of 36ºC.
The population of the city of Sevilla is approximately 704,000.  The inhabitants of the city ... More are known as Sevillanos.
Sevilla is an ancient city that is believed to be founded by Hercules. Through the centuries, it has been occupied by many civilizations including the Greeks, Romans, Phoenicians and Spanish. It is considered to be the cultural capital of southern Spain.
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Level 9
10/16/2012
Overall rating: 8
Not to miss: It's a great place for anyone who wants to enjoy a city which is rich in tradition and fun at the same time, as only Spanish cities are. The ideal months to visit are from April to June and from September to December. I don't recommend summer because the very high temperatures would make the trip less enjoyable.
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