Don't look for decadent, elegant ambience or for a supercool place: it looks like every other pastry shop in the city. But ask for their milkshakes: you can't forget this on your trip to Seville...love at first drink
This is a road (motor) ánd pedestrian bridge over the Meandro de San Jerónimo, next to the Guadalquivir River in Sevilla. Pedestrians walk across the spine of the bridge and the cars cross below....
Located in the center of the town, is a boulevard characterized by a large number of bars and restaurants, making it the meeting point for sevillian young people. Cafe Central, Habanilla, Café Sonoro, Hercules or Sirena are some of the most popular bars.
La Alameda has a bohemian air, difficult to find in other areas of Seville and makes an excellent combination with the friendly atmosphere that provides the variety of people who spend their leisure time on or near the Alameda.
It is one of the most beautiful squares of Seville, headed by Salvador church, recently restored. It's the place to go and enjoy the atmosphere of the city and the sun while drinking some beer and eating the tipical chips or olives. There are many little bars in the arcades of the square where you can purchase TAPAS (theses littles tipical spanish dishes).
Even at night is beautiful.
You can go for tea, spa, bath, or massage ... in this beautifully renovated XVI century palace built by and Indian viceroy in the middle of the Santa Cruz quarter.
It's a bit pricey for local price (€20 for 1h30 of thermal baths and aromatherapy) but the place is very special. Then again, you can just go for a tea and enjoy the atmosphere if travelling on a budget.