RoomSevilla Blog

Category: Culture

The Bull and The Whiskey – the story behind it

Have you ever wondered while traveling threw Spain, what are these big giant metal bulls which stand near highways? Well, In this blog story we will tell you the story behind it, as well as why and how did these bulls start to appear in Spain!

53 funny facts about Spain

Hola chicos! I don’t know how much you know about the country you decided to have your year abroad but here I´ll give you some funny facts about this beautiful country.

Corpus Christi in Sevilla

Corpus Christi in Seville is one of the most important days of the year. The procession is celebrated during Thursday morning following Trinity Sunday, 60 days after Palm Sunday. The religious festival is especially important in Seville, being of the few Spanish cities that maintains its celebration original day.

Tradition of Flamenco

Feria de Abril is taking place this week in Seville, and the key player is gonna be Flamenco! This traditional Andalusian dance is become part of Spanish folklore and culture, so that today it's also one of the most attractive experiences that tourists look for. But do you know which its origins are?

5 top places to visit in the city

Seville is a unique city where you can find nightlife, fun activities, places to eat but also a lot of interesting places to visit during your free days in town. Here you can find the most beautiful and famous ones to discover the beautiful Andalusian Capital!

Bullfights

Bullfighting is a tradition in many countries including Spain, Portugal, parts of southern France, India and Tanzania, and Latin American countries. While some forms are sometimes considered to be a blood sport, in some countries, for example Spain, it is defined as an art form or culture.

Amazing flamenco nights in Sevilla

Flamenco is a traditional style of Spanish folk music that came to Andalucía around 500 years ago. This art has been originated by Romani gypsies includes singing (cante), guitar playing (toque), dancing (baile) and handclapping (palmas). Dancers are usually accompanied by male guitarists and singers.

10 Shocking things you have to know when coming to Seville

I’m a Belgian Marketing student. I Arrived in Seville a couple of days ago and I must say I was overwelmed! The city is amazing and the people too! But It’ll take time to get used to their customs and habits! You always have that when you visit another country! You can be really amazed about how different people can be! There are some shocking things that I’ve learned the Sevilian people. The good news is that everyone who reads my article won’t be so suprised as I was.