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We chanced upon this Roman catholic church which was built in the 14th century and is to be found in the Plaza de San Pedro, when walking in beautiful Seville and couldn't resist going in. There were some beautiful statues and altars here which I...More
We walked by this ancient looking church this Saturday, last day of our Seville visit and decided to go in to offer thanks for a wonderful trip (the forecasted rain never fell on any of the 5 days since being here) and pray for safe...More
I love this church. If you go the Las Setas or El Rinconcillo you must pop in here. The tiles and the decorations are outstandingly beutiful. The alter is as good as anything you will see in Sevilla Cathedral.
The week before Semana Santa the...More
Iglesia de San Pedro has an interesting mix of styles with an impressive Mudejar style tower with Baroque looking addition on the top for the bell-tower. Facade is mostly brick with good Mudejar windows. Interior is plain except for the highly decorated gold alter-piece. Several...More
Check out the church hidden behind the market for a great introduction to the mudejar style of internal architecture. It does not seem to try to attract tourists yet they are welcome and allowed to wander at will to study the intricated patterns of wood...More
The Church of San Pedro is located near the Metropol Parasol and is a church with a very good main altar. It has a Mudejar style tower that is quite beautiful. There is a Mudejar cupola inside the church that is quite beautiful too.
The church is to be found near the Encarnacion in the Plaza de San Pedro. It is of Mudejar-Gothic style. The interior contains three naves, the one on the right has a lovely four sided chapel with a Mudejar ceiling dating to the late 1300...More
The main altar in the Church of San Pedro is quite impressive because it has plenty of art. It was
the work of Felipe and Dionisio de Rivas. There is an image of San Pedro that was created by Andres de Ocampo in 1591. There...More
I would suggest you try staying at the Hotel Becquer. It is well centred and clean and not over expensive. Good buffet breakfasts. Visit the Cathedral (largest in area space in Europe), the Barrio Santa Cruz (old quarter... More
I would suggest you try staying at the Hotel Becquer. It is well centred and clean and not over expensive. Good buffet breakfasts. Visit the Cathedral (largest in area space in Europe), the Barrio Santa Cruz (old quarter with lovely whitewashed streets with colourful flowers), the Plaza de España (where Lawrence of Arabia film was partly made), Jardines de Maria Luisa (lovely gardens), the Palacio de los Alcaceres (old royal palace), Calle Sierpes (best known old style shopping, etc., street in Seville), boat ride on the Guadalquivir River (with running commentary in several languages including English), Hotel Colon Restaurant (excellent food and well known as it is where full fighters stay when bull fighting season in Seville). I would not extend stay for more than 5 days. I hope suggestions prove useful. In the main street near the Cathedral there is a tourist office with plenty of brochures in different languages. You can find address and phone through looking at internet.