Travelog / Optional Experiences

FROM The man in the front seat / April 6, 2016

Royal Alcázar (Seville)

General Officially known as the Reales Alcázar de Sevilla (Royal Alcazar of Seville) it was originally built by the Muslim kings but today is the royal palace in Seville and still used by the Royal Family when visiting the city as their official residence. The result has been that for more than 1000 years the ruling Kings of Spain have used the Alcázar as their home whilst in Seville. The building is known as being one of the most beautiful palaces in Spain and the oldest palace still in use […]

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FROM The man in the front seat / February 14, 2014

Segovia

Pop.: 56,000 Of all Spanish cities probably the one with the most impressive location, situated on a rocky outcrop surrounded by 2 rivers, Río Eresma and the Río Clamores. Many visitors compare it to a warship sailing through the plains of Castilla with the Alcazar (Fortress) forming the prow, the pinnacles of the cathedral creating the mast and the aqueduct following like a rudder. In 1975 UNESCO made Segovia a World Heritage City and any visitor will see it’s honour rightfully deserved. History Segovia was occupied by Rome around 80BC […]

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