After leaving Lisbon, we hopped on a 7 hour bus trip headed to Seville, Spain. Luckily the bus only had a handful of people on it and Wifi. Upon arriving in Seville and finding our AirBnB which was located right across from a beautiful church, we heading out to grab a bite to eat and a drink on the moonlit river.
The following day we booked a cooking class on how to make official authentic Paella, and a few other dishes from the local market. They gave us a tour of the market and taught us all about lberian meats and Spanish cheeses and olives, before we started in the kitchen. The class took a few hours and we left with full stomachs and a few new friends.
The rest of our time spent in Seville consisted of exploring cathedrals, palaces and trying to stay dry running from tapas restaurant to tapas restaurant during brief rain showers that seemed to never end. The food in Spain was nothing amazing and certainly wasn’t good for our waistlines, but they do make some good Sangria and they pride themselves on their cured meats.
I would come back to Seville for sure and take a boat trip down that beautiful river. Here are some photos of some of the cathedrals and palaces we saw.