Today I'm sharing some photos from our visit to the Real Alcázar - a palace that's a World Heritage Site but still in use today by the Spanish royal family.
Parts of the palace were built in the 1300s, and it's been added to over the centuries. Between the gorgeous buildings and courtyards of the palace itself and the extensive gardens there is so much to see!
This is one of those places where you keep saying "wow" under your breath every time you enter a room, or turn a corner. The palace is filled with beautiful detail...
... and the gardens overflow with lush greenery.
If you're a Game of Thrones fan, you might recognise the Alcázar as one of the locations used in one of the recent series!
You can see why they chose it, can't you? It's like something straight out of a storybook.
It was really wonderful exploring the rooms, courtyards and gardens of the Alcázar and imagining all the people that have lived in and visited this special place over the centuries.
My photos hardly captured how gorgeous it was, and just looking at them again is making me want to book another flight to Seville.