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Esperaza de Triana church
it's Located in Pureza Street, in the heart of Triana, inside house the Esperanza of Triana Virgin (one of the great devotions of the city,) which has the same name that its penance station in holy week.
This brotherhood is the result of several corporations (potters, fishermen and seafarers) and the Brotherhood of Hope, San Juan Evangelista, the Three Falls, Triana and Sacramental.
it's a interesting place to visit if you want to know more about the most popular Sevillians traditions.
Address: 41010, Calle Pureza, 53, 41010 Sevilla
Phone: 954 33 26 45
Museo del Baile Flamenco. (Flamenco Dance Museum.
If you want to know the roots and history of flamenco, the most popular artistic manifestation of Andalusia and also witness a genuine live show, this is your place. The Flamenco Dance Museum, sponsored by the dancer Cristina Hoyos is ideal to understand a little Andalusian culture and experience which are not forgotten. Price: 10 euros http://museodelbaileflamenco.com/
Museo de Bellas Artes
Sevilla has been the cradle of great artists like Bécquer, Velázquez, Murillo or Machado and it is normal that there are great museums worthy of visiting. One of the most interesting is this fine art, full of important works of Sevillian Baroque works by important artists like Murillo or Zurbarán.
Address: Pl del Museo, 9, 41001 Sevilla.
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Convento de Santa Clara
Seville heritage is so rich that sometimes there are views that go unnoticed for the visitor, as this interesting convent offers the opportunity to discover a seventeenth century church with its Renaissance main cloister and all the rooms that made up this particular grounds religious. A different visit sure you will love. Free entrance.
Address: Calle Santa Clara, 13, 41002 Sevilla.
It was built to replace an old bridge of boats Almohad the twelfth century. Its architects were French engineers Steinacher and Bernadet obrándolo between 1845 and 1852. In the non-wood was used, but stone pillars and iron. It has a large containment ramp on the shore of "Triana" that reaches the street of San Jorge. In this same shore, opposite the Market Hillock, it is a small chapel designed by the modernist architect Anibal Gonzalez, popularly known as the "lighter"
Address Puente de Isabel II, 30, 41010 Sevilla, Spain
El Metropol Parasol.
it's populary known as the mushrooms of Seville and an ultramodern structure that houses inside the Antiquarium archaeological museum or with Roman remains and Arabs. you can climb to the viewpoint to enyoy the best views of Seville. Encarnación square where it's located , is one of the most authentic places of Seville.
Plaza de la Encarnación, sn 41003 Sevilla.
Parque de Maria Luisa
it's the most famous park of Seville. there you can find elegat walks, museums, fountains and perfectly manicured gardens are ideal to see how the sevillian people enjoy this beautiful green area.
Av. De Maria Luisa, 41013 Sevilla, Spain
Isla de la Cartuja
This small island between the river Guadalquivir underwent a radical change for the Universal Exhibition of 1992 and currently is in it different complex but the most striking is an excellent visit for children and adolescents, the Isla Magica theme park, set in the discovery of America. Ideal for the whole family visit. Price: 29 euros 21 euros adults and children over 4 years. http://www.islamagica.es/
Since Phoenician times, which they christened Betis river, passing through Roman (the river was navigable to Córdoba) and Muslims until our days, this river is an essential and inseparable part of the city of Seville. Today visitors can take a boat ride, sunbathe on its banks, canoeing or take a walk enjoying the atmosphere is around. Part of the beauty of Seville is thanks to the Guadalquivir and makes this much more special city.
Barrios populares y plazas
Popular neighborhoods and squares
Barrio de Santa Cruz
Santa cruz neighborhood is located in the heart of the city, is one of the most popular and most charming city, full of alleys, beautiful squares, where tapas bars, courtyards full of flowers and many many legends neighborhoods. The old Jewish quarter of Seville in a neighborhood that should not be missed, and that concentrates the flavor of a city. Do not miss the venerable Square, where the drama of Don Juan Tenorio, "callejón del agua" or Dona Elvira square, old comedy theater begins.
Iglesia de la Macarena ( Macarena Church)
The Basilica of Santa Maria de la Esperanza Macarena, popularly known as the Basilica of La Macarena is a Catholic church located at number 1 of the Becquer street in the neighborhood of La Macarena in Seville (Spain).
The building is the headquarters of the Brotherhood of La Esperanza Macarena, which makes penance station in the early hours of Good Friday with images DeMaria Blessed Hope Macarena and Our Father Jesus of the Judgement.
Address: Calle Becquer, 1-3, 41002 Sevilla
Las ruinas itálicas
The archaeological site of Italica is often forgotten due to the appeal that Seville offers but if you want to find a new place that will transport you directly to another era. we recommend you.
In about two hours of pleasant walk have time to do a complete tour of the ruins of old houses and public buildings. we recommend you doing the route at the entrance and leave the amphitheater for the end. You may also want to visit at night when the good weather arrives.
Dirección: 41080 Santiponce, S...
Isla mágica ( theme park
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