6 HIDDEN SECRETS NOT TO MISS IN SEVILLE, SPAIN
Seville is located in the South of Spain, and according to a large majority, it is the most beautiful city of the country.
Iglesia de Santa Marina
It was built in the 14th century using the base of an old mosque and it has survived earthquakes, fires and wars.
Plaza del Cabildo
The Plaza del Cabildo is probably the only circled-square (plaza) in Seville. It is just 2 minutes away from the Cathedral but many miss it because you need to enter through a passage at the Avenida de la Constitución.
Convento de San Leandro
The convent is famous for the yemas (sweet made with egg yolk and sugar) the nuns sell there. It was built in the 17th century and, apart from the magnificent retablo mayor (altarpiece) it has two lateral retablos made by Martinez Montañés.
Plaza Doña Elvira
Despite the fact that the Barrio de Santa Cruz (the old Jewish Quarter) is generally crowded, this little square is the perfect place to sit and relax while feeling the water flowing at the fountain.
Eat Tapas at Las Golondrina
There, you will have the chance to taste the best Spanish food and refresh yourself. The menu is not very long but the selection is so good you will come back if you have the chance.
La Alameda de Hércule
According to the experts, this area is the origin of Seville. In fact, the oldest church of the city, Omnium Sanctorum, is a few minutes walk from there. On each end there are two huge Roman pillars.
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