This beautiful plaza was built to commemorate the saving of Seville from the big earthquake of 1755, thanks to the grace of Holy Mary.
This plaza in the center of historic Seville really comes alive at night, with street musicians and cafes in the shadow of the Seville cathedral. You can take a horse drawn carriage tour of the city from here, or enjoy walking the pedestrian-friendly square.
Limited automotive traffic makes this open plaza a great place to walk, or you can take a ride in one of the many horse drawn carriages that gather here to await their next fare! The plaza is located between the Cathedral and the Alcazares,
Another European square where many citizens relax