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Seville in december

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I am planning a trip to spain for apprx. 9 days in mid december: 21- 30 des. But have some questions, I hope someone is able to answer those:

1) how will the weather be in dec in seville? I have read it can be rainy or cold in the evening, but coming from a cold country where its usally snow and bitter cold those months, I dont mind chilly nights. Does sun comes out these months in daytime?

2) I am planning to come from granada on the 23rd dec to sevilla and will leave on the 30th. I know Its many days in sevilla, but because of christmas eve and the major sites will closed on the 24th and 25th, I have taken out more days. Does that sounds ok, or is it to many days?
And is it correct that the major attractions will be closed at 24, 25 and will open at 26?

3) what can one do on the 24th and 25th? Are they any restaurants open, other activities?

Thank you very much :)

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