The largest city in Southern Spain, It was said to have been built by Hercules himself and its fascinating history makes it one of Spain's most intriguing places to visit. The orange-scented courtyards, stunning Mudéjar architecture, and joyful, impromptu flamenco dancing in cozy plazas after dark, Seville is a dream come true.
Museo del Baile Flamenco
A quick visit to the Museo del Baile Flamenco will speed you up with the wonderful art of Flamenco dancing where elements of song, dance and guitar are brought all together. Here you can explore exhibition showcasing immersive art from music to costume. The museum is founded by Christina Hoyos, the most awarded flamenco dancer and choreographer of all time.
Add a modern twist to traditional Spanish Tapas and dine at Seville's El Pinton. Immerse yourself in restaurant signature aesthetic, a light filled indoor courtyard and bespoke wood furnishings in yellow bringing out a modern feel to a traditional Mudéjar architecture. Food created by chef Javier Carmona bridges together two continents in a traditional tapas form.
Seville's rich culture, vibrant flamenco dancing and abundance of an ambery indulgence of roasted Almonds, delicate Rose petals, and sweet black Amber found in Velvet- will allow you to bring back Seville moments with you wherever you are.
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