Flamenco, tapas, architecture, history: Why Andalusia needs to be on your next Spain itinerary

The author at the Mudejar-styled Patio de la Doncellas (Courtyard of the Maidens) in Seville's Real Alcazar. PHOTO: JACLYNN SEAH
The Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba is a lavish mosque built in the ninth century as one of the finest monuments of its era. PHOTO: JACLYNN SEAH
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ANDALUSIA, Spain – While pandemic border restrictions kept me homebound for the past two years, I found myself itching to see, taste and feel something a little less Singaporean. I made a list of countries I wanted to visit and that would allow me to dive deep into their cultures.

Spain topped that list.

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