We’ve arrived to Malaga from Dusseldorf.
Rented a car at economycarrentals.com, we got this beauty with automatic gearbox. The car costed 175 EUR for 10 days with additional 80 EUR for full tank of gas.
View from our room.
Swimming pool. The weather was quite chilling so we didn’t swim.
Shrimp stuffed mushrooms.
Grilled salmon with guacamole.
After lunch we went to the historical city center.
Park near to the hotel.
Old artillery factory.
Oranges are growing right on the streets. Later we tried one and it turned out to be bitter as hell :)
Someone’s inner yard.
There are a lot of such small squares on the crossings of several streets. Most of the streets are pedestrian only.
Hiralda Tower, symbol of the city.
Entrance to Alkazar - our goal for today. Unfortunately it was closing in 40 minutes and you need good 2-3 hours to visit it. So we decided to come back next day and just went strolling around the city.
Seville Cathedral - the biggest catholic cathedral in Spain and third in the world.
Hotel Alfonso XIII. It’s a bit pricey.
Rainbow in the fountain.
People are riding in such bikes. There’s even a 4-seater option.
Even riding in carrieges.
Bridge over the channel.
View from the balcony.
Then we went for a walk to Maria Luise park.
The park is big and a bit crowded.
Trees are blooming.
Platforms with statues are carried on the streets, everybody’s trying to touch them.
In the evening the procession finished and people went celebrating.
Cathedral at night.
The city has a lot of trams and buses running, but we didn't use them because everything was close to our hotel and we just walked.
On the way to ALkazar.
Alkazar’s walls and street.
Restaurants on the streets.
Plates are interesting.
Everywhere on the streets on the walls hanging some icons and crossings.
On the square near the cathedral you can ride on horses. The price is 50 EUR, we decided to skip.
Also here was filmed 5th season of Game of Thrones - Dorn was here.
And it has ceramics museum.
Stairways in Upper Palace - King’s residence in Seville.
Floors are made of stones, handwork.
Fish swimming in the pond asking for food.
Rood made of glass.
Then we went to the park. It’s enormous :)
What a castle park would be without a labyrinth?
It’s really possible to get lost in here :)
King’s Philip V gazebo.
The flowers are blooming.
Queen’s bathrooms. Was built underground to keep comfortable temperature in the summer.
Exit. That’s the end!