The last stop on our road trip, and by far my favorite, was Seville. Seville was the furthest south we traveled and it felt like a tropical paradise. It was blue skies, sunny, 75 degrees, and despite the fact that I packed horribly for the warm weather, it felt amazing to get some vitamin D. The entire city was flooded with sunlight and the streets were lined with palm trees and orange trees.
We had a walking tour with a guide one day, which was really helpful in figuring out the layout of the city and the best spots to visit. We walked the whole city and visited the Cathedral, Giralda Tower, Alcázar, Plaza de Espana, Maria Luisa Park, and the Triana neighborhood. Despite visiting so many impressive and massive cathedrals and buildings, one of my favorite places we visited was the Maria Luisa Park. It was so nice to walk around and explore all of the gardens, fountains, waterfalls and pathways.