How to spend 24 hours in Seville

Plaza España; Sevilla; Andaluzja

Is it possible to visit Sevilla just in 24 hours? Of course! You just need to plan your trip before and I promise you will even find time to enjoy the spanish tapas with a glass of wine, beer with lemon called “”cerveza con limon” or a glass of  tinto de verano 🙂 Take a look what I managed to discover! 

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Noche de San Juan – Saint John’s Eve

On the 23rd of June Spanish thousands of people celebrate the Saint John’s Eve, Noche de San Juan, especially in the northern part of the country Galicia, but also in the south where its popular to dance around the bonfire on the beach.

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The prettiest village in Andalucía

Frigiliana is a small, charming spanish village, situated around 70 km east from Málaga and voted the “prettiest village in Andalucía” by the Spanish tourism authority. You will fell in love here with the whitewashed houses surrounded by beautiful flowers.

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Polish fans are the best!

They polish fans have so much empathy that ski jumpers and  fans from other countries envy so much. We even cheer on our competitors as in the end it’s all about having fun!

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Podium jump

In Poland, ski jumping has an enormous fan following and therefore evokes high emotions just as football would in Spain. This is why we can even call it a ‘national sport’ in Poland. The distinguishing factor that makes Polish fans is the atmosphere. Their loyalty, humor and disposition during the sport is unique, but maybe that is just my experience since I am Polish after all 😉

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12 grapes for a Happy New Year!

When the clock strikes midnight on the 31st of December, everyone else around the world toasts to the best wishes for the New Year with a glass of Champagne. However, the Spanish focus on counting up to twelve. With every stroke of the clock’s gong they eat one grape that is said to bring prosperity. […]

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There is more to Spain than the sea!

Normally, most of us go to Spain for holidays during the summer months. However, there is a magical winter wonderland that exists in Spain and it’s called – Pyrenees!

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