The Jewish quarter is the heart of Seville and the old town of Seville, where the most famous sights are concentrated.
Come to the birthplace of Flamengo and of course enjoy an original flamenco show. This CASA DE LA GUITARRA is one of the most popular flamenco performance venues in the area. This is a dedicated flamenco performance venue, and the performance of almost an hour is wonderful.
This area includes churches, palaces and other attractions. Once inside, there are winding roads, narrow streets and alleys connected like a complicated maze. However, you can still find small squares filled with plants under the parasol. The table is decorated with exquisite tableware, and the plates are colorful, as if you can turn around and join a party. You can also visit the Priest Hospital here.
White streets and lanes with small items on the roadside, the photos are full of exotic styles, picking bracelets, looking at the collage of porcelain clocks, complex geometric patterns, like the walls and floor tiles of the palace. The alleys are so narrow that they often have to shoulder their shoulders. Remember to take good care of your belongings.
Traffic: On the northeast side of the palace, after the tram T1 arrives at Archivo de Indias, it can be reached on foot, by bus 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 30, 31, 33, 34, 40, 41. 42, C-3 and C-4 road
tour takes 2 hours
The Santa Croce area is found in the heart of Seville Cathedral and the city centre east of the Royal Palace. It was the former Jewish settlement of Seville. After the Jews were expelled from Spain in the late 15th century, the officials began to compete. Today, the Sanctuary has evolved into a sightseeing area dotted with narrow ancient alleys and white ancient dwellings. It is full of antique medieval charm, which makes people delighted they came.