During the Summer the average high temperature is Warm (70-90F)
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Overall, the crime here is average
Capital of the Andalusia region in southern Spain, Seville is a lively city that boasts incredible food, fun loving nightlife, and many museums to explore. The people of Seville are passionate about life and willing to share their enthusiasm with visitors. If you’re looking to live every day to its fullest, head to Seville where you can linger in art museums, indulge in a long lunch with wine and dessert, nap in the sun, and then get geared up for a night out on the town.
In Seville, you’re in the heart of Andalusia, the land of bull fighting. If you’re so inclined, you can take in a bullfight or just go for a wander around the city’s bullring. If bullfighting isn’t your cup of tea, then indulge in other Andalucian delights like flamenco dancing or drinking good wine.Cuisine
Tapas are the name of the game in Seville. Tapas are small plates of local delicacies. Many bars serve tapas and doing a little bar crawl for drinks and tapas is a great way to try several different bars and many different Spanish foods. Some popular tapas are locally cured ham, a selection of olives, fried squid, and patatas bravas (a spicy fried potato dish). For dessert, why not try torrijas (fried bread with honey) or roscos fritos (sugary, deep-fried donuts).
The cuisine of Andalusia makes use of locally available goodies like seafood, fresh fruits and vegetables, and wine. One dish typical of this region is gazpacho, a cold soup with a tomato juice broth and filled with fresh, raw vegetables. The region is also known for carefully cured ham (jamon in Spanish). Several towns like Jabugo and Trevelez are known for their dry-cured hams. You can try many different ones on your tapas crawl in Seville.Nightlife
After you’ve filled up on tapas and had a few drinks, its time to go dancing. Or at least watch other people dance. Flamenco is the traditional dance of the region. There are many places to see flamenco shows as well as places where you can take lessons and do a little flamenco dancing of your own.
Seville is also known for late night dance clubs and all-night bars. Some locals are nearly nocturnal in their passion for late night dancing and bar hopping. If you like to dance, you’ll never want for things to do in Seville. If you’re coordinated, try learning La Sevillanas, an intricate dance popular throughout southern Spain.Search for Deals
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