Bordered by Calles Mateas Gago, Santa Maria La Blanca, Jardines de Murillo and the Alcazar.
Narrow winding cobbled streets and whitewashed houses, meander through the
wall-to-wall tapa bars, escaping into Plaza Santa Cruz, exploring the small squares lined with orange trees.
Locals and tourists alike flock to the tapa bars, going from bar to bar sampling the array of food on offer at well-known bars like Bar Giralda, Modesto, Las Teresas and Casa Robies.
The Cathedral, Archeological Museum, Plaza Alfaro – inspiration for the balcony scene for Romeo and Juliet are but a few popular locations to visit when travelling to Santa Cruz.
Finally, reclining back in style at Seville’s hippest private hotel – Corral Del Rey, just a 5 minute walk from the Cathedral.
Santa Cruz defines the Moorish cultures with religious and historical significance,
while still holding true to its entertaining roots.
A place for couples, family or friends wanting to explore a completely different world that brings history to life.
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