Seville Spain with Kids
Seville is a city that is fun to get lost in. It’s a beautiful city and has its own special magic. It’s a wonderful choice for both family and long-term travel.
First stop – The Plaza de Espana
After getting a little lost trying to find parking, we parked at a hotel near the Plaza de Espana. We then walked a short distance to the plaza (it’s so pretty) and soaked in some of the atmosphere. The plaza is made of a large beautiful building, fountains, ornate tiles, a small canal and some amazing horse carriages – if you’re in to that kind of thing. It’s also has some wonderful park space to take that Spanish stroll.
The Real Alcazar de Seville
After the tour the kids were getting a little restless and tired – so we talked them out of Flamenco. I’m sure it would have been wonderful but the shows don’t start until late at night and we just can’t do everything.
Instead we stopped for some time at one of the many playgrounds we spotted on the way to the car. The kids climbed and did zip lines then we made our way back home after a stop at Burger King for something resembling food and ice cream. I’d love to say we loaded up on local food and had time to enjoy the tapas bars but we were not able to adjust to a Spanish eating cycle (lunch at 2-3 dinner after 9 pm) so for us it was fast food or no food.
Overall it was a great day. I loved Seville and I want to go back. Next time I hope we can stay a few days and definitely save some energy for on of those famous Flamenco shows.
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