With horse-drawn carriages, old-style architecture, beckoning lights from tiled bars, families strolling in their finery, and the floating of laughter from private balconies, Sevilla after dark made for a dream-like scene, as if we’d spun back the time machine dial one-hundred years. A film-worthy haze also added to the effect–was it due to fog rolling off the river? It took a few minutes to register that this gauze was not an effect of time travel but rather the smoke emanating from street-side chestnut roasters.
Sevilla was an amazing city to explore at night. Although we only counted one sunset, the maxim of quality over quantity was in full effect.
Have you ever been to Sevilla? What would you recommend for a visit to Andalucía?