This Victorian-era house was built soon after the American occupation in 1898. With its gables, porches and roof turrets, it is redolent...
The old city hall, which acts as a dividing line between the city’s two central squares, is a classic example of a 19th-century colonial...
Situated on the main drag, this house is a 1920s estate that’s been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1986. Its eclectic...
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Lonely Planet review
The food and atmosphere are both great at this cafe, which seems like it’d fit in among the Triana district of Seville. Flamenco drifts under the high ceilings, and bullfighting paraphernalia adorn the walls, while the kitchen turns out delicious fare such as albondigas (meatballs), queso manchego (Manchego cheese), tortilla española (Spanish omelette) and jamon serrano (cured Spanish ham).