A massive plaza between the two pairs of statues, acting more like a bike or skate park. It just lacked any theatrical presence such as Hercules Mall evokes.
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fascinating history of the columns, plentiful fine tapas bars around, wish I had the time to go to them all
I deliberately booked an apt near to this spot as friends told me that locals all head here. there really is a plethora of eateries and and bars so you are spoiled for choice. We walked around on our first nig and everywhere was jam...More
Plenty of choice. Restaurant have air con and most spray cold mist over the outside seating areas, which is needed in the scorching heat of Seville (46 degree in June).
It's Worth staying local to this area...there are high end tapas bars and there is sensible priced bars we ate in the " Arte y Sabor " every night just like the locals did ! Lovely food between 3 & 4 euros a dish.
The square dates back to the 16th century and consists of promenade with Roman columns at each of its four corners. The two columns on one side have lions at their top while the two on the other side are topped by statues of Hercules...More
We went here based on an earlier walk we took when not much was going on. But on a Sunday, the place was hopping, with lots of people and kids having fun. There is not much of a tourist vibe here, which we like a...More