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  • P luck'd 2 years ago

    Thanks you Steve for this documentary 

  • Kali Group 2 years ago

    Join Rick as he weaves Andalucía’s rich mix of culture, cuisine, history,
    and natural wonders into a 60-minute special. The hour includes the major
    cities of Sevilla, Córdoba, and Granada; flamenco, sherry, and horses;
    dramatic white-washed hill towns; and fun in the Costa del Sol sun — plus a
    dash of Britain in Gibraltar. #andaluciaesdigital #andalucia
    #spaintravel #spain 

  • The Childfree Curly Girl 2 years ago

    I was in Andalucia (Sevilla, Cordoba, Granada), its VERY beautiful but very
    dirty! People strew their garbage on the street and they do not pick up
    after their dogs! The streets are absolutely filthy and made strolls along
    the cobble stones very unpleasant. Cordoba wasn’t so bad. Granada was
    pretty clean but Seville was the WORSE! I became nauseous from seeing all
    the filth! The government should put strict laws in place for people who
    litter and they should invest in street cleaners.
    Its very beautiful and I would consider going back if they kept it clean.
    Its really cool, I visited most of these sites! Beautiful architecture,
    delicious food (especially the bull tail stew), amazing wine and cheap too!

  • Ainul Mardiah 2 years ago

    if we take a closer look on the moslems historical sites , they didnt have
    those naked sculptures carved on the walls or even naked paintings hanging
    in the halls. a polite culture.

  • Lorial Roballo 2 years ago

    I’ve been in love with this country for years. Hopefully I can find a
    teaching job there. 

  • SpanishFIRST 2 years ago

    Is funny some people outside of spain want to live in spain while a lot of
    spanish like me want to leave it

  • Rebbecah Israel 2 years ago

    I’m 2% spanish, Itlay and Greece I would love visit Spain and Italy!

  • Pete Watson 2 years ago

    Planning on spending 3 months in S. Spain in a year from now. Looks so very
    interesting. Thanks for posting this.

  • John Dough 2 years ago

    rick why you no 1080p :(

  • MCclao2008 2 years ago

    Spain its so…. different. Incredibly different to the rest of Europa.
    Andalucia, Catalunya, Madrid, Pais Vasco… A just country of such
    different cultures in its interior

  • TheBounty Hunter 2 years ago

    spain is beautiful, no just spain but the whole europe

  • Cadence Doherty 2 years ago

    V I V A E S P A Ñ A 

  • Michelle Tijerina 2 years ago

    I now want to visit Spain. I want Venice, Italy first though. 

  • Paquita Leon 2 years ago

    En todas las maravillas que hay en este mundo

  • loly Parrado 2 years ago

    >> ANDALUCÍA <<

  • Austin Reyes 2 years ago

    My grandpa lived in Spain and I have blond hair and im white completed

  • Vicente R. Jurado 2 years ago

    Thank you! This is a beautiful well done documentary.

  • RedneckJack 2 years ago

    southern spain is the heart of spain

  • Samuel Lane 2 years ago

    Perfecto, es important para mí

  • Legal Help in Spain Property Investigations 2 years ago

    A quick look at Some areas of Southern Spain through the eyes of Rick
    Steves. 

  • armand eugen 2 years ago

    well done

  • Scott Klismith 2 years ago

    Rick is the best. Every time I visit Europe I am grateful for the man’s
    research, Mostly I appreciate his desire for travelers to immerse
    ourselves. Too many travelers are afraid to explore new things. Thanks Rick

  • Moshi Moo 2 years ago

    I am going to Spain tomorrow 

  • LOLtv Games 2 years ago

    LONG LIVE SPAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • trojAny7000 2 years ago

    great job thank you i love spain newt year i will visit andalucia 

  • Li San Symons 2 years ago

    Seville at 37:23!

  • Zach Pickell 2 years ago
  • OldaurGold 2 years ago

    Moors definitely left their mark. they built amazing structures 

  • Ayesha A 2 years ago

    Great show but we need to stop saying “Islamic Moors”! Not all Moors were
    Muslim. They were Christian, Muslim and some followed African spiritual
    traditions.

  • Melody Music G. 2 years ago

    Andalucia (The best of Southern Spain) – Andalucía’s rich mix of culture,
    cuisine, history, and natural wonders into a 60-minute special. The hour
    includes the major cities of Sevilla, Córdoba, and Granada; flamenco,
    sherry, and horses; dramatic white-washed hill towns; and fun in the Costa
    del Sol sun — plus a dash of Britain in Gibraltar.

  • Alf Bellavita 2 years ago

    Wonderful architecture, traditions and people, they are very similar to
    Algerian and North African, beautiful indeed ;)

  • Ali W 2 years ago

    south of spain is beautiful. thinking about moving there & working in
    gibraltar. it is so cheap there too. u can get a house with swimming pool
    etc for like £50K.

  • Pietro Berti 2 years ago
  • Edward Martinez de Cortes Pf.Patroneus sF. 2 years ago

    church 2 and 6 called philie of chiesta the granada is not civil and madrid
    is not mehetabell it is not hebrew it is Roman Catholic of Spanish Relgious
    Region and not a Nobility a whole civilisation called siville for civil.

  • george olid 2 years ago

    jamon iberico is good ebcause the pig isn’t fed crap, but rather bellota.
    More expensive food. Hense the better flavour. FYI.

  • Aviored 2 years ago

    Wow, Andalucia is beautiful.

  • Alina Morales 2 years ago
  • Miguel Spain 2 years ago

    good video(.Flamenco dance is only for tourists)

  • Alice Cardoso 2 years ago
  • Reise 2 years ago

    thank you for the Video!

  • joelle Peycly 2 years ago
  • ThePeacefulArtist 2 years ago

    I was in Spain for a week and I loved, Sevilla, Córdoba, and Granada! <3
    Want to go back so badly!

  • Luis Álvarez de Madariaga Urbieta 2 years ago

    The flamenco is not of Moorish origin. It appeared in the XVIIIth century,
    long time after the Conquest of Granada in 1492.

  • tatti salles 2 years ago

    AMAZING. I LOVE THE ANDALUCÍA

  • Daniel Cooper 2 years ago

    This is the #HD video about #andalucía that you should probably check
    out. Come and holler at your boy. #Spain 

  • llewellyn lewis 2 years ago

    Rick Steves’ Andalucía: The Best of Southern Spain:
    http://youtu.be/eP93PQMmXsc