I really like the literary atmosphere of this city. Although El Salvador is not as famous as Plaza de España, it is also very lively. There are people dancing flamenco in the square and streets. Walking on the road, the sound of dancing is endless.
Piazza Salvador used to be the Roman Forum of the city during Roman rule, and it is now the center of Seville’s bars. The area of the square is small, and in summer, the top of the building will be covered by a veil to block the strong sunlight. The most conspicuous thing on the square is the dark red Salvador church.
Plaza del Salvador is 400 meters from Seville Cathedral and Giralda. There is a tram stop next to it. The houses are very cute and have a model feel.
This a roman catholic church which was formerly a mosque, and it is done in a typically Sevillian baroque style. A lot of the interior is in striking gold and silver. You can enter this church for free if you have purchased a ticket for the cathedral, if not it costs under five euros to enter and is free on Mondays. The outside alone is stunning, but it really is worth seeing the inside too, which is somehow even more impressive.
It’s almost become a bar center, come and stop at night, it’s pretty good to have a drink
It’s near the church, it’s very lively and there are many shops