Capilla de San José
Located between Calle Sierpes and the parallel Calle Tetuán/Velázquez is the 18th-century Capilla de San José , with breathtakingly...
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...
Parroquia del Divino Salvador
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...
Casa de la Memoria
Neither a tablao (choreographed flamenco show) nor a private peña (club, usually of flamenco aficionados), this cultural centre offers...
This small Italianate cafe-restaurant is fairly dwarfed by its two huge chandeliers and a vast collection of delicate desserts displayed...
Calle Sierpes information
Pedestrianised Calle Sierpes, heading north from the Plaza de San Francisco, and the parallel Calle Tetuán/Velázquez are the hub of Seville's fanciest shopping zone. This being Andalucía, it's busiest in the evenings between about 6pm and 9pm.