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7 things to do if you don't want to go to the Feria

The Feria is a special event and the sevillanos are waiting for it during all the year. The city is full of joy, music, people and food but not everyone want to spend all the day in the Real de la Feria. Here below there are some alternative things you can do:

What is Cena del pescaito of Feria de Abril?

Two weeks after celebration of Semana Santa, it is time for Feria de Abril. The fairgrounds of the neighbourhood of Los Remedios is decorated to become a unique city filled with hundreds of casetas, carriages and attractions with a constant flow of flamenco women and men in traditional suits. Clearly, no tradition held in Spain can be done without a generous help of food and drink - and Feria is no exception.


The price of the electricity rise to the 7,6% in the first two weeks of February due to the cold and the snow. Here below there are some advice that can help you to save more energy and so to pay less the bills. Check them out!

Where to eat in Seville as a vegan/vegetarian

Being a vegetarian or vegan in Seville can sometimes be a little bit tricky. You need to be prepared for pig legs hanging from the ceiling almost in every restaurant. Sevillians just love their jamón. Of course, you can always rely on a big basket filled with bread and small bowl of olives, which are served with every meal, but it is just not a proper meal. We are bringing you some tips where you can enjoy your vegan or vegetarian dish!

How People Celebrate Easter Monday Around The World

Here in Andalucía, Easter Monday is not a bank holiday and people are working like any other day. Nonetheless, the rest of Europe is still celebrating Easter today and the Monday right after Easter is usually a festive day. So how do people celebrate it around the world?

How to save money as a student

Probably many of you have sometimes asked yourself: "Where did I spend that money? I didn´t buy anything!". Yes, sure, sometimes it is really easy to lost the track of your expenses, and it is even more difficult to handle this situation if you are a student and don´t have a permanent income. Fortunately, we are bringing you here some tips how you can save that extra money ;)

Other Ways of Enjoying Semana Santa in Sevilla

From the 25th of March to the 1st of April, Seville will live at the rhythm of Semana Santa. Streets in the centre will be closed and overcrowded by people. Moving around will become really difficult. If you're not an especially religious person, here are some fun ideas of what you can do in Seville and the surroundings to avoid the madness!

Semana Santa en Sevilla

The Semana Santa in Sevilla starts on the 25th of the March and finishes at the 1st of Abril but some celebrations starts during the “Viernes de Dolores” and the “Sábado de Pasión”.

Tip for a trip during Semana Santa

During the Semana Santa in Sevilla streets are full of people, celebrating this special week. For some of you it could be a bit stressful and you would rather go out of the city. You can use this time to take a small vacation and travel to Canary Islands.

How to live like a local in Spain

When you arrive and settle in a new country, you want to fit in as quickly as possible, adopting the local customs and traditions. Because let's admit it, it's never really pleasant to be always referred to as 'the tourist'. So here are some tips on how to live like a local in Spain !