The final leg of the driving portion in Spain took me from Málaga to Seville.
It was very hot when I got there, perfect for an explore!
There are many areas to go for an explore, and I thought the Real Alcázar was beautiful.
The buildings look amazing, as do the huge garden areas.
They obviously care greatly for the gardens all across Spain. They’re just perfect.
Another stunning site in Seville is the Metropol Parasol, a wonderfully bizarre building in the old quarter.
Best described as a forest of mushrooms welded onto a flying waffle, it claims to be the largest wooden structure in the world.
The views from the top provide a great way to look over the city!
I had only two nights in Seville before catching a train to my final stop, Madrid.