Seville: a city of spectacular monuments and stunning sunsets

The Andalusian capital may not be as popular among visitors as Spain’s other cities, but it doesn’t fall short on history, culture, quirky architecture – and famous film and TV locations

Flamenco dancing on the streets of Seville

A woman in a black and white polka dot dress places a thin, battered plinth on the terrace tiles. As she steps on to the plinth, the woman begins to clap her hands quickly, encouraging the crowd around her to do the same.

When she starts to dance, the ferocious pounding of the heels of her wine-red shoes creates a hypnotic rhythm. With her eyes closed now, as though in a trance, she fluidly moves ...