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Category: Culture

How to spend rainy holiday in Sevilla

Sevilla has more than 7 months of sunny and really hot days, but… Before visiting or coming to Sevilla for the autumn or winter time you should know that during this period Sevilla has some rainy and cold days as well. We need to say that adaptation is quite hard when you already have experienced more than 40 degrees here! Although cold season in Sevilla has its own magic and there are few recommendations how to spend rainy holiday in Sevilla!

Salsa and Bachata

Hi everyone! How are you? In today’s blog will give you some more insights in two typical dances: Salsa and Bachata. You have also probably been invited for many many classes and events that have something to do with salsa and bachata. That’s why we thought it would be nice to write something about that, does it even come from Spain…?

Hispanic Day

Hi guys! This friday it´s hispanic day! This means we´re all free! In this blog we will explain you why you are free on this specific day and what Hispanic day is.

Secret places that you probably don't know

If you live or study in Seville you probably heard that Seville has a special colour. You can see it not only in the streets, culture or Sevillian cuisine but also feel it in the air. There are a lot of hidden places and corners that you must see and experience during your stay in adorable capital of Andalusia.

The truth about Spanish stereotypes

Everybody creates them, every country has them: stereotypes. It’s the first thing that comes in your mind when you think about a special nation and it’s also influence your way of seeing people coming from or living in this country. However, have you ever asked yourself how many of them are true? Today, we’re going to speak a little bit of some of the most common Spanish stereotypes and find out what’s the actual matter.

What is “La Noche de San Juan”

Every year, on the night of the 23rd of June at midnight, people all over Spain celebrate “la noche de San Juan”. But what is this celebration? Why do people celebrate? And what are the best places in Spain to go see it?

5 Books to Start Reading in Spanish

One of the best ways to familiarize yourself with a language and learn a good amount of vocabulary is to read, read and read! With summer approaching fast and, with it, its sunny days spent at the beach or in a hammock, here is a selection of easy-to-read books in Spanish so that you keep practicing your Spanish without even noticing!