Good news is I survived the city bike tour! Carlos, my guide did a pretty good job in explaining the history of Seville. My golden question to him was why is there so many cathedrals in Spain. So, back in the day, rich people built cathedrals for blessings hence, you’d see cathedrals at the end of most streets – I’m not joking, maybe I’m exaggerating a little. I got to know about Andalucia Bike Tour from Trip Advisor. I would highly recommend it. I added a Tapas tour as well, and this totalled up to 35 euros (20 euros for the bike tour). The tour is available in Dutch, Spanish and English. Oh, and it is about 2.5 hours – your bum would definitely bruise a little.
Visited Alcazar today. I have to admit that this is one of my favourite historic places in Spain (or, the world!) I love the mix of artistic styles of Europe that you can find in this palace from Mudejar, Renaissance, Gothic… you name it. I spent nearly 3 hours there!