#2) Most beautiful city in the world
#3) No more of this (see exhibit A)
70F this afternoon in Jerez, I´m sure Sevilla was the same.
Break out those passports:-)
Looking at flats now!
It was beautiful in Vegas today, I wonder how similar it is to Sevilla
My wife and I have been considering a move for almost a decade. The longer we stay in the States, the harder it is to uproot our family and move though.
My wife and I have gone back and forth for 5 years about it. This week I begin actual research as far as schools, jobs, etc. My wife is a therapist so finding out what she could do with that degree there will be a challenge as well. If anyone has any insight or resources for moving to Spain, I would love to hear them!
Does your wife happen to be a EU citizen?
She is! So it makes things much easier, but still plenty of hoops to jump through!
Yeah, it’ll help a lot. My wife is a Spanish citizen, and we got married there, so I’m already “in the system” so there aren’t as many hoops to jump through.
I have my NEI already so I am hoping it will be pretty painless! Did you get married in Sevilla? @ChrisLail I think we need to have that session just to chat and get to know one another! So many cool people here!
It is incredible city.i was there over Christmas
I loved being there for Christmas, new years and reyes. It is so different than here in America
Tyler, ive been visiting for 20 years, my wife is from Sevilla, these are very recent photos here. its incredible mate
I was just there for 2 weeks in October. Seriously debated getting on the plane for the trip back.
I would say October is a perfect month. We regularly visit a small town on the beach in Cadiz called Rota. There is an American Naval base there. Its about 1 hour on the bus, from San Sebastian bus station in the centre of Sevilla. Rota is simply the best place on the planet…
I didn’t make it to Rota, but I did love both Cadiz and Malaga! I will have to plan to go next time I am there in the summer!
I lived in Puerto de Santa María for a month or so pretty close to Rota. It was a nice place the once I visited. They had fireworks for the 4th of July done from the naval base
The only thing I wish Sevilla had was a proper beach, but I am sure if that was the case Sevilla would be a much more touristy and busy place. And cost of living would be much higher I am sure
Hello, I am much more reading comments here than actually writing something, however, I am in Sevilla right now for holidays. I am here for already 3rd time and I saw Sevilla to play before and this time I wanted to go for match against Alavés, but we came on Saturday and the game was on Friday (of course!). Then I was hoping to visit cup match, but they drew us against Getafe away (of course again!). At least I bought a shirt and attended stadium tour, which was very cool.
Some football I will see after all, on sunday 3rd tier match Malaga vs. Castellon, as we move to Malaga on friday.
Anyway, as everyone knows, Sevilla is beautiful city, I can confirm that