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    Try to plan your trip during bull fighting season and check out a bull fight. We also went to a flamenco show which was a little touristy but the dancing & music was excellent!

    We were there during Ferria (which is before bull fighting season unfortunately) which is the largest Festival in all of Spain & all the women dress up in traditional Flamenco dresses. It's truly a sight to see. Also check the Cathedral & Alcazar both are open for tours and the tower at the cathedral provides some amazing 360 degree views of the city. almost 7 years ago

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    The Cathedral (with the tomb of Colombus) and the Alcazar! Gorgeous!!! almost 7 years ago

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    Oh and for a non-touristy show of really good and genuine flamenco try Casa de la Memoria Andaluzí! Great!!!! almost 7 years ago

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    Absolutely the Cathedral/Giralda, Alcazar and Barrio Santa Cruz but also try and head over to Triana and Calle Bêtis of an evening and Parque Marie Louisa in the afternoon to keep cool. Mainly though the best attraction is the tapas! about 6 years ago

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