How to get the best out of your Spain hire car
Seville is home of the Europe´s biggest
Cathedral and its adjacent minaret, La Giralda,
converted from a destroyed mosque after the Christian Spaniards
cleared out the Moorish invaders in the late 1400s. Among
the many sights of the city are la Torre del Oro, the
Old Jewish Quarter, Reales Alcazares, Plaza de Toros
and la Plaza de España.
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Apart from magnificent scenery, amazing
horseman and great architecture, the best thing about
Andalusia is the food. And you can drive all day from
one bar, to another restaurant to another little seaside town,
to anything you want to eat, really. Andalusian food
is heavily influenced by the Arab cooking of Al-Andalus.
So,the basis is, vegetable and pulse stews,
the using those with game dishes, together with the different
fish dishes. The best known Andalusian dish, famed for its
nutritional value as well as ease of preparation, is gazpacho,
a tomato-based cold soup containing cucumber, pepper, garlic,
oil and vinegar.
Other Andalusian dishes include: gachas
(pancakes) from Almeria, the sardinas (grilled sardines) from
Málaga, the excellent seafood from Cádiz, the rabo de toro
(bull’s tail) typical from Córdoba or the huevos a la flamenca
from Seville. Andalusia is also famous for quality cured meats
such as jamón de Jabugo (cured ham) considered the
best in Spain, excellent olive oil and sherry that
comes from Jerez de la Frontera. Sweetmeats are also remarkable
such as cabello de angel (angel´s air) and borrachos (drunkards).
"Drive in MacDuff, another restaurant awaits"!
You can pick up a vehicle, for that's
the best way of to get round all that food, at our locations
in Seville listed above. If you are new driver in
Spain, please refer to our"Driving
Regulations" page. If you are intending to drive all over
Andalusia, then probably our "Places
to Stay" pages, and perhaps, a look at our
"Places to See" page, would be helpful.