Parroquia del Divino Salvador
Plaza del Salvador
This plaza, which has a few popular bars, was once the forum of Roman Hispalis. It's dominated by the Parroquia del Divino Salvador , a...
Pedestrianised Calle Sierpes, heading north from the Plaza de San Francisco, and the parallel Calle Tetuán/Velázquez are the hub of...
Museo del Baile Flamenco
The brainchild of sevillano flamenco dancer Cristina Hoyos, this museum spread over three floors of an 18th-century palace makes a...
Two really is a crowd in this Alfalfa-district dive bar, hole-in-the-wall, cheap-shot heaven…call it what you like. It's a good stop on...
An old-school bar with no pretensions that's been knocking out tapas since 1925. Notwithstanding, Europa isn't afraid to experiment. Its...
Plaza Salvador · interesting places nearby
Parroquia del Divino Salvador information
A big baroque church in Plaza Salvador built between 1674 and 1712 on the site of Muslim Ishbiliya's main mosque. The facade is actually Mannerist (a more imaginative extension of the Renaissance influenced by Michelangelo). The interior reveals a fantastic richness of carving and gilding. At sunset, colour from stained-glass windows plays on the carvings to enhance their surreal beauty.