From the North-East of the palace walk about 200 meters, is a bustling downtown hinterland - holy cross area (Barrio Santa Cruz), sevilla''s most interesting pubs, restaurants and shops are concentrated in the alleyway of the chickens, well-preserved house and street view, full flavor of of primitive simplicity of the middle ages. Come here, please slow down and drink a cup of coffee, write a postcard, under the shadows of mottled taste belongs to seville, languid is lazy afternoon.
An area next to the Royal Palace of Seville, there are many carriages next to it, it is recommended to take a ride, from here to the Plaza de España, passing by a Maria Luisa Park, the green coverage is very good, and I walked here in hot weather It's actually a bit cool. No one in the Holy Cross area should dislike it. Even the trees on the roadside are so distinctive.
A very lively neighborhood with densely packed shops and restaurants next to each other. It is very good to go for a tapas when you are tired. Seville is such a beautiful city with a profound sense of history and cultural diversity, a place not to be missed when traveling in Spain.
Seville, a city full of sunshine and carriages, strolling around the Santa Croce district, the exquisite architecture and the feeling that this city brings to you, will definitely make you fall in love here! There is also the same warm sunshine as the city's temperament, it is still worth a visit here!
Coming out of the Cathedral of Seville and wanting to go to the Santa Croce area, passers-by pointed at it. The nearby area is called the Santa Croce area. We took a trail and walked into the labyrinth-like neighborhood, forgetting the strange and gorgeous old houses on both sides. The name of the Santa Croce area is derived from the Church of Santa Croce, which was previously located at the current Plaza of Santa Croce. The church was built in 1391 and was razed to the ground by the invading Napoleonic army in 1810. The square was built after 1918. The metal cross in the middle was moved from another place in the same year. It was originally a lamp pole on an old commercial street in Seville. We did not find this square. Because some parts of the streets we walked were less than two meters wide, there was only a ray of blue sky when we looked up, and we couldn't tell the direction. In fact, I also really enjoy this kind of casual administration. I don't want to go to the scenic spots most, but hang around in various small shops. Generally, butcher shops display a huge hamburger with layers of various meats, such as ham, sausage, smoked meat... It’s made the fog replay "I want to eat meat, I must eat meat, I have the strength to walk around the earth with you when I am full." Finally, I bought a 3 euro pack of meat similar to smoked meat from a shop on the left. That satisfied look, he was caught by his companion, and came to a six-shot continuous shooting. Fog felt that he was the most beautiful photo of the trip to Spain.