Saying Goodbye: Seville

The last day of my trip in Seville was super sunny, I spent the morning on the hotel roof terrace planning how to spend the day.

I treated myself to a relaxation massage in a traditional Hammam; the Arabic style treatment room was beautifully situated in a fifteenth-century cellar.

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I slowly strolled through the square feeling unbelievably relaxed after my massage. I enjoyed a plate bursting with fresh paella and chilled out in a small courtyard.

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I became fascinated with the Christmas market that offered rows upon row of stalls selling nativity sets. The beautiful crafts were all hand-made with tremendous attention to detail.

Christmas market seville spain

Christmas market seville spain

Christmas market seville spain

I hopped on a tram through the town to the Maria Luisa Park and stumbled across Plaza de Espana.

Maria Luisa Park seville spain

Maria Luisa Park seville spain

Maria Luisa Park seville spain

I walked through the extravagant half-circle building, with decorative bridges and a moat that runs through it.

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The patterns resemble 1920s art deco and the tiled alcoves each represent different provinces of Spain.

Maria Luisa Park seville spain

Maria Luisa Park seville spain

Maria Luisa Park seville spain

It is well worth a visit, you can spend hours looking at the decorative detailing that covers every inch of the building.

Maria Luisa Park seville spain

Maria Luisa Park seville spain

Maria Luisa Park seville spain

Maria Luisa Park seville spain

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Maria Luisa Park seville spain

Maria Luisa Park seville spain

Maria Luisa Park seville spain

Maria Luisa Park seville spain

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After watching the sunset over the Maria Luisa Park, I popped back through the main street. As I passed the Christmas lights, I said my last goodbye to the gorgeous town.

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