The new square is located between the old city’s business district and the cathedral, the palace and other attractions. This small square surrounded by greenery is now a scene of spring, pleasant and cozy. There are several luxury shops in the square, and in the center of the square stands a statue of King Fernando III of Castilla.
The new square is also a sign of this place, and it's a place where people watch the foreign tourists on the street every day, and it shows the tourist character of the city, very popular, and the layout and traffic are fantastic.
The new square is next to the city hall, the only square to go shopping in the ancient city. The terminal of the urban tram.
There are many restaurants, bars, cold drinks shops, coffee shops, etc. in the alleys around the square. There are often entertainers performing here. On New Year's Eve, Seville people gather in this square to wait for the twelve o'clock bell, eat 12 grapes together, and make a wish together.
This place does not need to be planned specifically, because when you come to Seville, you always have to go to the cathedral, and after you go to the cathedral, you have to go shopping in the old town, which is on the way between the two. There is a tall statue in the center of the square. One person rides a horse. It is very eye-catching when passing by, and you can see it naturally.
The new square is on the edge of the Santa Croce area. There are many shops in the square. There is a lot of people queuing up to sell ice cream. It turns out that their ice cream is piece by piece, like a rose, the girl selling ice cream is also a beautiful woman!
This is a nice plaza, and the main focal point is the huge statue of former King Fernando riding a horse, which is found in the middle of the square. It's really pretty at night too when it is illuminated. The town hall is located in this plaza which is also worth seeing. In the summer it is a sun trap so be careful not to stay too long, or maybe visit early in the morning or later in the evening to avoid the heat. It also gets quite crowded because it's the main tram stop.
There are many squares in Spain, each with its own characteristics, it is worth seeing.