Flamenco flash mob bring taste of sun, sea and sangria Seville to Leeds

Flamenco flash mob hits Leeds in style
Flamenco flash mob hits Leeds in style
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Fiesta, not siesta, was watchword for Super Break's city centre celebration of new break to touted top destination.

Busiest of shopping streets Briggate staged spontaneous Spanish style show when Andalusian dancing troupe stepped forward for a dramatic performance.

Seville, Lonely Planet’s number one city to visit this year, is now easily accessible from Leeds Bradford Airport with Yorkshire-based Super Break offering customers across the county an exclusive break during unique Holy Week.

A week-long celebration in run-up to Easter, Semana Santa is once-in-a-lifetime experience as streets come alive with traditional parades, accompanied by brass bands and life-sized religious statues.

Katherine Scott, from Super Break said: “We take pride in providing travel experiences that are out of the ordinary and this brand new break to Seville during Semana Santa is just that.

"We look forward to helping our customers in Yorkshire experience the traditions, cuisine and culture that this beautiful and unique city has to offer during the Easter period.”

Taste of Seville on city streets

Taste of Seville on city streets

Starting from just £599 per person, the four-day break departs March 30, including three nights’ accommodation at 4* hotel with breakfast, return flights from LBA with transfers to and from Seville hotel.

Customers can choose to add-on extra memory-making experiences to their get-away such as guided tour of beautiful Moorish Granada as well as evening of authentic dance and tapas.

And one lucky local holidaymaker has chance to win back value of their holiday to Seville by booking on 0800 042 0288 and quoting ‘FLAMENCO’ before 11.59pm on February 28.

Spanish style show brightens Briggate

Spanish style show brightens Briggate

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