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10 Favorite Destinations, Year 5

Hoi An Japanese Bridge at Night

Covered bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.

For the first time, our annual list of favorites consists of all overseas destinations. Last spring, after four years touring the U.S., we traded our RV for backpacks and set out to explore the rest of the world. While circumnavigating the globe—a first for us—we found ourselves in some pretty amazing places. Here is a list of our favorite destinations from our fifth full year of fulltime travel. Where applicable, the destination header links to the original blog post on the topic. 

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The Real Alcazar of Seville, A Photo Tour

The longer we travel, the more we’re impressed by the world’s seemingly limitless capacity to amaze. Even after visiting countless mansions, castles, châteaux, palaces and the like, we were still totally blown away by the elaborate mudéjar architecture of Seville’s Royal Palace. Because words don’t do it justice, we’ll just shut up and show you a small bit of this incredible place.

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More Plaza de Espana

Plaza de Espana, Seville, Spain

Seville, Spain

Because we really can’t get enough.

Our Bar Bill

Old Time Bar Bill at El Rinconcillo in Seville, Spain

And a plate of boquerones fritos (fried anchovies) at El Rinconcillo, reportedly Seville’s oldest tapas bar dating all the way back to 1670.

Seven Ways Seville Seduced Us

Plaza de España, Seville

Plaza de España, Seville

Castle. Cathedral.  Atmospheric Old Town. Tapas. Wine. Seville has all of the essential ingredients we’ve come to expect in a Spanish city but managed to dazzle us even further by adding more to the mix.

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