Torre del Oro
This 13th-century Almohad watchtower by the river supposedly had a dome covered in golden tiles, hence its name, ‘Tower of Gold'. Today,...
Hospital de la Caridad
The Hospital de la Caridad, a large sturdy building one block east of the river, was once a hospice for the elderly. It was founded by...
King Alfonso X 'the Wise' commissioned the Royal Shipyards in 1252. In all, 17 naves or bays were built on what were then the sandy...
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...
Ristorante Cosa Nostra
Forget the Mafiosi nameplate; this is the best Italian food in Seville and well worth crossing the river for. The pizzas are spun in...
Maritime Museum information
It’s worth visiting the Torre del Oro just to peer down on river life Seville style. Inside is the small maritime museum .