This free museum is located across the river in the Trina district (which is worth a visit in its own right) near the market. It's very small and won't take long to walk around, but it's a nice way to escape inside from the heat, and possibly learn something new. Described as a 'place of reflection', the site contains the remains of the Castillo San Jorge, which was the Spanish Inquisition's headquarters. The history of the Spanish Inquisition is truly fascinating, but something often overlooked by tourists.
The city is a very good place to go to the city. The city is a very good place to go to the city. The city is a very good place to go to the city.
Located next to the Triana market, this small museum contains the remains of what was the Castle of San Jorge. Admission is totally free and contains videos and audios that help you understand a little better the history of Seville and the period of the Inquisition, as it was the seat and prison of the Spanish Inquisition for three centuries. In addition to visiting the museum, you will be able to see the ruins that are under the market. The visit is hard but I think it is essential. Try to go when it is daytime, since at night the lighting leaves a little to be desired.