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What can one say? It's clean. It's pleasant. It is in a nice part of the city. It has interesting buildings around it. Perhaps most important on a hot July day are the benches and shady trees. An oasis of relative calm.
This square is big and beautiful, with the city hall on one side and surrounded by ancient buildings. The focal point is the monument to King San Ferdinand III, located at the center of the plaza. Along the sides are trees and benches for shade...More
Surrounded by leafy trees and comfortable benches, the plaza can provide a respite from early summer heat. There’s even an ice cream vendor to provide an additional chill factor. It’s also a location for impromptu street performers such as local choirs, which lends it a...More
This is an impressive public square in the center of Seville with nice architecture around the square, a few trees and a statue of Ferdinand II who capture Seville for the Christians in 1248. The Seville City Hall is located in the square.
Very pretty architecture and worth a visit if passing through. Would recommend an evening visit in conjunction with a trip to the Seis Restaurant which is next to the square. Will make for a wonderful evening
Located on one side of city hall and a short walk from the cathedral, Plaza Nueva is a good spot to relax after a long day exploring central Seville. There are plenty of benches located in the shade under large trees, artisans selling their crafts...More