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[I wrote a guest post!] 8 Things to do in Seville

A few weeks ago, Ioana from the blog Smileyioana asked me if I would be interested in writing a guest post on her fantastic blog. She writes amazing informative and beautiful posts about travelling, lifestyle and also sustainability. There, you’ll find there great posts about Traditional Easter-egg decorating in Romania, Tips to live your best life, or even a Travel guide to visit Füssen near Munich.

I was so excited and honoured by this opportunity so I gave all I had and decided to write about one of my favourite city ever: Seville.

If you’ve been following me for a while, you might remember my posts about this beautiful city, where I talked about some of its specific landmarks. In the post for Ioana, I decided to list 8 of the most amazing things to do in Seville, and it made me miss the city so much!

So, if you’re interested to have a look at it, don’t hesitate to check it out and also explore all the other great posts that Ioana published on her blog!

Here it is, just click on the image below ⬇️!

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Thank you again Ioana for this amazing opportunity!

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Hey, I'm Juliette! I'm starting this blog to keep a record of and share my adventures. I love everything sweet, sunny days, fluffy kittens and people who smile. When I don't work I like to discover new places and try to learn languages. I hope you will find something that you like in here! ☼

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  1. What a wonderful opportunity, Juliette. Guest posts are hard work. They require a lot more than just throwing a post up on a random page. Blogs with large followings have RSS feeds, which means that each post is actively sent out to a lot of people. With that many eyes on your words, you want to make sure you’re sending the right message. And I have to say you did a great job! Thanks for sharing and have a good day ) Aiva xx

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  2. What a great article! And to guest write for someone is truly an honor! I’ve written a few over the years, and it’s great to see other great bloggers like yourself take part in it. Definitely contributed more knowledge on Seville in one post!

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  3. Your post took me back to my trip to Seville! It has the highlight of my solo Spain trip. I didn’t want to leave Seville – it was so quaint and charming.

    I’d add-
    1. Skydiving Seville! I did it on my birthday and it was such a thrill.
    2. I also recommend heading to Plaza de España early in the morning to beat the crowds and get the place to yourself. On my last morning there, I went there at 7AM and loved having the entire Plaza to myself (and 3-4 other photography enthusiasts).
    3. And getting a drink at night in one of the outdoorsy restaurants around the Cathedral. A beautiful way to end the day.

    Great post!! Feeling nostalgic.

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    • Oh I didn’t know you went on a solo trip in Spain! I love the things that you added! I didn’t do Skydiving Seville but it seems amazing! And for the PLaza de Espana you are absolutely right! We also went there in the evening and the atmosphere was completely different! Thanks for reading!

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  4. I agree that it is an honor to be asked to contribute to someone’s blog site; well done! I have not been to Seville yet, but hope to visit someday. My daughter was there shortly after she graduated college and absolutely loved it.

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    • Aaah, again another idea for a future Europe trip ahah, except that the temperatures in summer can be really high there (it’s supposed to be one of the warmest European cities), so maybe it would be better in autumn or spring!

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