Try the orange recipes in Seville

Spain’s stereotypes have been fortified in Seville. In this city, tapas bars are ten-a-penny, shops sell castanets, and silk-suited matadors fight bulls in The Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza. Seville’s main claim to fame, though, is its oranges. They’re too bitter to eat raw, but head to one of the city’s traditional restaurants and you can try citrus-marinated ceviche.

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