Ristorante Cosa Nostra
Parroquia de Santa Ana
The Parroquia de Santa Ana, dating from 1280, has a wealth of antique religious imagery A strange tradition has it that every woman who...
Cruceros Turísticos Torre del Oro
One-hour sightseeing river cruises run every half-hour from 11am, departing from the river bank by the Torre del Oro. Last departure can...
It’s worth visiting the Torre del Oro just to peer down on river life Seville style. Inside is the small maritime museum .
Tablao El Arenal
Of all the places in Seville that offer flamenco 'dinner shows', this is one of the best. With a seating capacity of 100 in an...
T de Triana
The T is Triana being itself: simple fish-biased tapas, walls full of history, fútbol on the big screen whenever local boys Sevilla or...
Calle del Betis 52 · interesting places nearby
Ristorante Cosa Nostra information
Forget the Mafiosi nameplate; this is the best Italian food in Seville and well worth crossing the river for. The pizzas are spun in front of your eyes and the rich creamy risottos ought to have every paella chef in the city looking over their shoulder.