So many restaurants, so many shops and so many options. Come see the vibrant neighborhood and enjoy the best tapas and sangria while people watching. This is definitely the place to be.
About Barrio Santa Cruz
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Shops, restaurants and churches. Stop along the way and be pleasantly surprised. Avoid the shops, they all have the same touristic merchandise.
You will get a bit lost without a guide with cul de sacs and no obvious skyline cues but all is charming! Our map did not show most of the walkable paths. Cooler place on a hot day than main tourist attractions.
Although it is touristy, don't miss Barrio Santa Cruz, the Jewish center of Sevilla prior to Spain's cruel Inquisition. The hospital of the Venerables, a hospice for priests, is interesting, and pausing on Plaza Elvira for gazpacho, especially if Rocio is in the kitchen at...More
Like the Jewish quarter in Cordoba, very little is left of the original inhabitants and the area has become a collection of tourist shops and restaurants. That said, the area is charming with its narrow winding streets and small squares. Throw in a bit of...More
Stayed in this area when I was in Seville. It is very walkable with great shops and restaurants. Small alleys and interesting places to find. Bring your map though..Very easy to get lost.
Located just behind the Real Alcazar gardens this small lot town is comprised of narrow winding alleys with many small shops and restaurants.
We walked just about every street in Seville during our stay there and this was one of the highlights. It is laid back more than most areas and you really can get lost in the maze of tiny streets. This isn't really a problem though...More
Walking around the narrow streets, following Rick Steves' advice, you get to visit another quaint part of Seville. After hundreds of years of banning the Jews, any last traces of their history is all but gone in this area.