Enjoying Local Music in Sevilla

Colleen Morrissey is a student at the University of Northern Iowa. She is an ISA Featured Blogger and studied abroad with ISA in Sevilla, Spain

I scream for ice cream! Well… more like gelato and some good music. During my past few weeks in Seville, I have found myself heading downtown at night for some yummy gelato and street beautiful music. The area comes alive with the sounds of charming instruments and voices of talented people.

It is a simple pleasure to sit on the steps of the cathedral, indulge in some sweet gelato, and listen to local music.

My recommendation to any of you planning to visit Seville soon is to give these artists a chance. Additionally, you will not be disappointed by the endless selection of flavors to choose from.

Your Discovery. Our People… The World Awaits.

Author: Colleen Morrissey

Greetings! I am Colleen Morrissey from Iowa, where I’ve lived my entire life, just like my father. However, my mother is an immigrant from the Philippines – a previous colony of Spain. I am an only child, but am companioned by my chubby dog Penny and grandpa-like dog Todd. Attending the University of Northern Iowa, I double major in business management and business marketing. In my free time, I enjoy being outdoors. I’m ecstatic for my summer adventure in Spain because I love learning about different cultures, seeing new sights, and learning more about the wonderful world we live in. ¡Vamonos!

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