Yesterday we started the day off with a wonderful breakfast in our sunny apartment, still in Portugal. After breakfast, we got on the road again and headed east to Seville. We visited all the most beautiful parts of the city, the highlights for us were Plaza de España and the surrounding Maria Luisa Park, which reminded us of a jungle. A big point of interest was also Metropol Parasol, which is claimed to be the largest wooden structure in the world. We enjoyed other parts of the city as well and Seville is definitely a place to visit at least once in a lifetime. The weather was again incredible, it’s very surprising how warm it gets here in November.
Also we found a perfect burger place, where you can get a burger in a pretzel bun, that we’d been looking for around the whole world. The last time we had it was in Banff, Canada and it was the best burger ever! 🙂
In the afternoon, we drove to Málaga, where we met up with my high-school friend Rouzi and since it was Friday, he showed us the real night life of Málaga.
More about Málaga tomorrow!