Roman ruins discovered during the Metropol Parasol's conception have been cleverly incorporated into the foundations at the Museo...
This ingenious augmented-reality video tour takes you on a guided walk using 3D video glasses that re-create scenes from the past in the...
Smarting with the audacity of a modern-day Eiffel Tower, the opinion-dividing Metropol Parasol, which opened in March 2011 in the Plaza...
Sala Cero Teatro
This former flamenco haunt located 300m northeast of the Metropol Parasol has had a change of name and a change of heart and now stages...
Taberna Los Terceros
It might lack the visual ‘stop dead in your tracks’ look of the nearby El Rinconcillo, but more than a few people say it tops its...
Calle Gerona 40 · interesting places nearby
El Rinconcillo information
Some say the Rinconcillo is resting on its laurels. Maybe so; but, with more than 345 years of history, there are a lot to rest on. Seville’s oldest bar first opened in 1670, when the Inquisition was raging and tapas were still just tops you screwed on bottles.
Come here for the sense of history rather than for the food, but stay for the ortiguillas fritas (fried sea anemones) and a saucerful of the biggest olives you’ve ever seen.