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Part 2 - Lotta and Julia

Hi people, Here you can find the updates of Lotta and Julia, we said that they would be here on Wednesday but later we thought would be better to first post something about Hispanic day. Hope you all had good long weekend. And wish you the best of luck for the new week. Hope you enjoy reading.

Get to know the team of RoomSevilla

Hola Chicas y Chicos! You are all arriving in the next month or have already arrived! We want to say welcome to all of you! First of all, we would like to introduce ourselves. We are 4 girls doing our internship at RoomSevilla. (From left to right: Julia --> Diana --> Lotta --> Ausra)

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!

Tres Reyes - Post Christmas Celebration!

Think the Holiday Season is over? For many of us, it may be. Yet, in the Spanish culture, January is also filled with holidays and traditions – festive gatherings and food included, with the Christmas season being officially over on February 2!

Puente de Pilar / Día de la Hispanidad

Tuesday, 12th of October marks the combo-holiday of the Virgin Saint “El Pilar” (La Virgen del Pilar) and the “Fiesta Nacional de España” – a.k.a. “Día de la Hispanidad“, commemorating the day in 1492 when Christopher Columbus discovered the Americas. A “Puente “, in Spanish, literally means “bridge”, and is the custom of taking a holiday, like this one, effectively stretching the weekend, creating a “bridge holiday” or long weekend. All of these “Puentes” are often used for taking little trips within Spain or even abroad The Fiesta Nacional de España is a big deal to many in Spain. Not many really think of it as a celebration of Columbus’ discovery, however. Mostly, it’s a nationalist day.