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The reason we found Plaza Mayor is to see the Mercado de la Encarnacion. It is a HUGE mushroom like structure that takes up the whole plaza. Be sure and have your camera ready to take pictures. This structure is truly amazing. Also visit the...More
We recently stayed in Seville for 3 nights within easy walking distance of the Plaza Mayor and passed through the area 5 or 6 times during this period.
There is much to see in particular the Metropol Parasol which rises above the area and the...More
Our tour guide walked us past these huge wacky mushrooms the first evening we arrived in Seville and I thought I might as well ascend, mainly ‘cos they offer a free drink included in the price of the ticket! (more of which later). Actually it’s...More
Impressive example of modern architecture in Spain. The project was the winner of the contest opened by the City of Seville to carry out the rehabilitation of the square in which it is located. Its designer was the Berlin architect Jürgen Mayer. For its avant-garde...More
It's an amazing place for keen photographers. The views are wonderful and when you buy a ticket you are given vouchers for a free postcard at the shop underneath, and a free drink at the restaurant at the front underneath.
This construction was one of the main reason why i wanted to get to Seville. It's really cool and modern^ though obviously controversial. Still i love it^ especially the opportunity to walk on top of it. On the plaza itself apart from it there are...More
Plaza Mayor isn't really much of a plaza with the parasol taking up virtually the entire place. While it's a great piece of architecture, it really isn't all that accessible. All of the stairways leading up to the base are fenced off (for no apparent...More