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Seville — Columbus’ discovery of America in 1492 brought ships loaded with riches to Seville, and the port city has been thriving ever since. Close to 3,000 hours of sunlight each year translate to an upbeat atmosphere in which to explore the Moorish palaces, churches, mansions, and leafy gardens the city is known for. Thanks to tapas, flamenco dancing, and a culture inclined to cocktails and conversation, the buoyant air continues well after dark.

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