Confitería La Campana
Casa de la Memoria
Lucid memories will be hard to shake off here - especially you stay for an evening flamenco show. This flamenco cultural centre recently...
Palacio de la Condesa de Lebrija
The Palacio de la Condesa de Lebrija, a block east of Calle Sierpes, is a 16th-century mansion with a rich collection of art and...
Seville is one of the most popular cities in Spain to study Spanish. The best schools offer both short- and long-term courses at a...
Teatro Duque La Imperdible
This is Seville’s epicentre of experimental arts in El Centro district. Its small theatre stages lots of contemporary dance and a bit of...
El Patio San Eloy
Patches of old tiling remain at the always-busy Patio San Eloy, where you can sit on the tiled steps at the back and feast on a fine...
Confitería La Campana information
Lonely Planet review
La Campana has been heaving with sugar addicts since 1885, and workers and the elite alike storm Seville’s most popular bakery for a yema (a soft, crumbly biscuit cake wrapped like a toffee), or a delicious nata (custard cake) that quivers under the glass.
It’s about the only business left on this road that hasn’t been gobbled up by a multinational – hopefully its maturity and quality will keep it safe for a while longer.