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This was our usual evening hangout after a day out in Seville. When we were there in March, the orange blossoms were out and the smell was divine. A great place to people watch and close to everything.
Built in a neoclassical style this is a more interesting square with a statue of King Fernando III.
It is more imposing, there are gardens and the front of the Town Hall building.
At the time of one of my visits to the square, a...More
this is a lovely vibrant square and also the start of the tram line. nice area to stroll around and take a seat and people watch. nice architecture of surrounding buildings. don't need to stay long, but worth a stroll around
What a marvellous place to visit and spend a bit of time at the cafés. There are also a couple of the usual tourist souvenir kiosks. The yellow Free Walking Tour meets here at 10 AM every day to take a tour of the monuments...More
This is the center of the city. The square is quite nice and there are interesting buildings such as the town hall. It is also a good starting point to get to most of the points of interest around the city. There is also a...More
The statue of King Ferdinand III is in the center of the square. This king liberated Seville from the Moors in the 13th C. This is a very popular meeting place as well as a location where families gather in the evening to relax and...More