The famous blue-shaded streets of Chefchaouen, Morocco are enchanting and captivating. Situated in the Rif Mountains, one can walk through the city to sample local goat cheese and purchase intricately woven blankets. Here, Arabic, Spanish and French languages are spoken.
A crown jewel of Andalucía – Seville, Spain, also known as Sevilla in Spanish.
The Guadalquivir River runs through the city, with the San Telmo Bridge crossing over the river and connecting the long avenue of Paseo de Las Delicias, where the famous Torre de Oro (Gold Tower – built in the early 13th century) stands near the city center, with the large Plaza de Cuba.