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Surrounded by leafy trees and comfortable benches, the plaza can provide a respite from early summer heat. There’s even an ice cream vendor to provide an additional chill factor. It’s also a location for impromptu street performers such as local choirs, which lends it a...More
This is an impressive public square in the center of Seville with nice architecture around the square, a few trees and a statue of Ferdinand II who capture Seville for the Christians in 1248. The Seville City Hall is located in the square.
Very pretty architecture and worth a visit if passing through. Would recommend an evening visit in conjunction with a trip to the Seis Restaurant which is next to the square. Will make for a wonderful evening
Located on one side of city hall and a short walk from the cathedral, Plaza Nueva is a good spot to relax after a long day exploring central Seville. There are plenty of benches located in the shade under large trees, artisans selling their crafts...More