After being in Seville for a week and a half we decided to take a 45 minute train ride to Córdoba to see the Mezquita or, and here’s the long title: “The Great Mosque of Córdoba and the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption” (they are one building). But first we had to negotiate the Spanish Train system.
The Real Alcazar is a palace in Seville. It is an actual palace that still functions as one of residences of the King and Queen of Spain.
We entered Sevilla late at night by cab and could not be driven to our apartment as it is in an area with streets so narrow that no cars are allowed (or possible). We were met by our wonderful Airbnb hosts Simbad and Marta who walked us across the Plaza de la Encarnacion to our shared apartment.