The Plaza de España, in Seville, Spain. Photo: ShutterstockThe Plaza de España, in Seville, Spain. Photo: Shutterstock
The Plaza de España, in Seville, Spain. Photo: Shutterstock

Seville: the good, bad and ugly sides to Spain’s sizzling southern city

  • Fiestas, bullfighting, Unesco World Heritage sites and sunshine – there are more reasons than not to visit
  • But stay away in July and August, when it turns into a frying pan so hot that even the locals leave

Topic |   Spain
The Plaza de España, in Seville, Spain. Photo: ShutterstockThe Plaza de España, in Seville, Spain. Photo: Shutterstock
The Plaza de España, in Seville, Spain. Photo: Shutterstock
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