This is one of the most charming places to have a glass of sherry and some tapas on the counter in Seville (you might sit, but it is the counter that gives it the Spanish allure, and it is much cheaper). With the medieval tower of Giralda, one of the tallest in its time right in front, and the gorgeous Cathedral of Seville (World Heritage site: Roman stones; Arabs; Gothic; Renaissance from Charles V, and incredible Rennaisance and Baroque Altars). Built inside a Medieval Arab bath, and surrounded by Andalusian tyles, the wooden counter is an excelent complement to the ample menu of traditional tapas (good value for money), sipping one of those gorgeous White Sherry... Ask for Solomillo Relleno (filled sirloin) or Patatas a la Importancia (special potatoes with sauce and vegetables) or any fried fish, by tapas, one at a time, small bits, and have it all on the counter, as tapas and wine come cheaper and faster, and you get the feel of the movement of waiters, people's chatter and this fantastic bar.
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