You’ve arrived in Spain’s vibrant and elegant capital city, likely after a long flight. Once you check into your hotel, you’ll stay here for ... Meanwhile, the Jewish quarter in Girona is one of the oldest and best preserved in Europe.
Look no further than Seville ... the pretty old Jewish quarter. Smaller than the Alcazar, but more personal, is Casa de las Dueñas (lasduenas.es), home of the late Duchess of Alba, Spain’s celebrated and endearingly eccentric aristocrat, crammed.
even if you find a hotel that can take five to a room. Time to get creative…. We booked evening tickets so it would be cooler but it was 38 degrees at 6pm Granada has so much to see: the Alhambra is the most visited monument in Spain, beating the Sagrada.
The premier hotel in Seville, arguably Spain’s most enchanting ... Barrio de Santa Cruz, the old Jewish neighborhood; Calle Sierpes, the eclectic shopping street; and, across a bridge, flamenco in Triana, the old Gypsy quarter. A reminder that not.
In Spain’s fourth-largest city, Seville, the Juderia (Jewish quarter ... of the quarter where they can see a piece of history that provokes conversation about how Jews live in Spain today,” he explained upon our meeting at the Hotel Las Casas de.
And also, maybe, to find out what the deal is with the barbers here. While Seville is only Spain's fourth-largest city (population 700,000), it is the thumping heart of southern Spain, where Iberian order turns to Andalusian ease as you cross the Sierra.