2 mentions in Attractions in Seville
Tiffany W. said, "...Judería, the old Jewish quarter of Seville with tiny streets and darling cafes. In one direction, you can walk to the Plaza de España which is absolutely gorgeous or loop back towards the Cathedral to find yourself in tapas country. All the best..." See More
Shauna H. said, "...at one point in the late 1800's there were 500 masses per DAY. That's a whole lotta prayers. I also love Plaza de España. This is now mainly government buildings, but it is terrific architecture and was incidentally, used in the movie..." See More
2 mentions in What to do with a day in Seville?
Brenda B. said, "...Walk...and then walk some more. Walk around near the Seville Cathedral, walk to Plaza de España and explore the beautiful park surrounding the area, walk over the bridge to Triana to explore where the locals live and come back along the river. If..." See More
Lindsay S. said, "...walk and see beautiful sites! Make sure to wander around Barrio Santa Cruz neighborhood - filled with tiny streets and passageways. Plaza de España is a MUST see - the tile work is amazing! Eat the churros at Churreria Los Especiales which is..." See More
2 mentions in 3 days in Seville with kids, what should we do?
Tiffany W. said, "...of whitewashed buildings. Explore this area for cute shops and delicious tapas restaurants. You can also walk from here to the Plaza de España which is also beautiful, immense, and a place where kids can run around a bit. You'll be able so..." See More
Ros P. said, "...hot in summer. There are a few things I would recommend with children in tow apart from the cultural sights. The Plaza de España and the nearby Parque de María Luisa is a great place to run around, relax and find some shade...." See More
2 mentions in 7-day Itinerary for Malaga /Granada Mid-April
Tiffany W. said, "...quarter - it's full of delicious tapas bars and shops. I love the narrow streets. You can probably pack in the Plaza de España as well. It's walkable, but if you're short on time take a taxi. You can stand in awe here..." See More
Ghelec S. said, "...Alcázares de Sevilla - a stunning royal residence with luxuriant gardens. Walk in the Parque de María Luisa (in this park, Plaza de España is wonderfully lit by night). Go for a walk on the La Alameda de Hércules and loose yourselves in..." See More
1 mention in What to do, see and eat in Spain
Travis H. said, "...architecture (the Alhambra of Granada, the Cathedral-Mosque of Córdoba, the Alcázar of Seville, etc.) and Christian masterpieces (the Seville Cathedral, the Plaza de España, the Granada Cathedral, etc). A bonus for Andalucia is that it is generally cheaper than Madrid/Barcelona...." See More
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