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This is a central plaza and meeting place in Seville and gets its name from the door of Jerez, one of the openings in the old wall around the city. It has a pleasant fountain and the usual horse drawn carriages that attract tourists. From...More
Enjoyed a horse and buggy ride across this small plaza. Loved the fountain, seemed to be a gathering point for most tours. Close to City Centre
HInt: sunscreen, sunhat, good walking shoes, suitable clothing, camera, good map
We passed through this pretty little plaza at least twice each day as we walked to and from our hotel. There are several fountains, and live entertainment one afternoon.
It is close to the Puente de San Telmo.
The square takes its name from an old city gate which used to stand at the same location. Today, the square is dominated by a fountain and serves as the entry to the monumental zone of Seville. It is close to the Alcazar, the Cathedral...More
This is a very nice area for a stroll. On one side you have Seville's most famous hotel Alfonso Xlll and the University as well as a view down Constitution Avenue to the cathedral. There was an impromptu Flamenco show going on in the square...More