Wondering where to grab dinner once Sunday night rolls around? Taste your way through authentic Triana, home to hundreds of bustling tapas bars and taverns!
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Follow her blog, Viatic Couture , for more. We went to the cathedral today, a Sunday in October , and it was definitely not free. Regular entrance fee of 9 euros. But definitely worth the 9 euros, and the line moves very fast.
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So happy to hear you enjoyed the cathedral! This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Sunday is the best day of the week to truly enjoy life like a local in Seville. Photo credit: thechroniclesofwander.
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Photo credit: shiracat. Even the Museo de Bellas Artes building itself is a masterpiece. Photo credit: josecassi. Sal Gorda is one of our favorite spots for a Sunday tapas lunch! Photo credit: miladyhope. Meet your local guide for an action-packed ev Lindsey Zimmerman. It will come as no surprise that many of these stores have security guards at the door. Next to the Puerta del Sol, Calle Preciados and Calle Carmen were together considered to be the first open-air shopping centre in the Spanish capital.
At Christmas these two pedestrian streets swell with such large crowds that the Town Hall has been forced to take action, making the streets one way only, each in a different direction. The biggest Primark in Spain is located here. Who knows what you might stumble across? Stalls have been selling second hand books here since The perfect spot to hunt for rare editions, comics and special offers. It is open every day until PM.
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On the second weekend of each month, professional and independent sellers set up stall in the Museo del Ferrocarril —the Railway Museum—to sell hand-crafted and second-hand items. The perfect way to visit the museum, enjoy some live music, have a drink and browse for unusual items. The unique atmosphere is jazzed up even more by live music performances.
You will feel like you are travelling back in time the moment you step through the doorways of some of the hundred-year-old shops that still survive in Madrid with their elegant hardwood and marble counters. They can be spotted by the commemorative plaques designed by Antonio Mingote set into the pavement outside each shop.
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