On a scooter in Seville, what to visit

It is true that the best way to get around the city of Seville is to drive a motorcycle. In Motoridays we put at your disposal numerous two-seater Scooters so that you can move and stations easily through the center of Seville, in a different way next to the companion you prefer.

Seville is one of the most visited cities in Andalusia. And as an Andalusian capital, it has enough reasons to arouse the attention of tourists from all over the world. For those who know her, there is always something new to see in Seville. For those who do not know it, the offer is almost endless.
In addition to the typical tourist attractions, there are many other essential places and spaces to see in Seville. If you want to have an idea about what to visit in Seville, from Motoridays we invite you to know the most emblematic spaces of Seville city.

Three monuments declared World Heritage.

We talked about the Cathedral of Seville with the Giralda, the Alcazar of Seville and the Archivo de Indias. So, if you are looking to visit historical monuments, this is an unavoidable task.

Taking advantage of the stay in the downtown area, it would be highly recommended to take a walk along the Avenida de la Constitución. It has the facade of the Cathedral of Seville on one side, following the march you will reach the Plaza Nueva.

The city hall of Seville presides over this great avenue and has the Plaza de San Francisco behind. From this point you can contemplate the other facade of this 16th century building. It is the first Plateresque style made in Spain.

Santa Cruz neighborhood.

You can’t miss this magnificent neighborhood; The Santa Cruz neighborhood. Walking through its narrow and labyrinthine streets will transport you in time. It will be a magical experience where it will appear to the essence of Don Juan Tenorio.

During the walk you will discover emblematic sites such as the Palacio de los Pinelo and the Hospital de los Venerables. You will also reach the famous Mateos Gago street, from where you can see an idyllic picture of the Giralda. The Patio de Banderas, the Plaza de Santa Cruz itself or the picturesque Callejón del Agua are other points of interest in this area.

This neighborhood formed the old Jewish quarter of Seville next to the current neighborhood of San Bartolomé. Even so, Seville was the second most important Hebrew community in Spain at the time of Ferdinand III. Today you can contemplate its mark in this unique area.

Spain Square.

The Plaza de España in Seville is an imposing space, a must see and shows the spectacular regionalist architecture. It was the emblematic space of the exhibition of 29. It was also the scene of Episode II “Attack of the clones” of the Star Wars saga.

Today you can take a boat ride, horse carriage and see numerous streets shows in every corner of this wonderful square.

Tower of Gold.

Located on the left bank of the Guadalquivir River, next to the Maestranza bullring, the two located on the Paseo Colón. It is an Almohad tower that closed the passage to the Arenal through a section of wall, which linked it with the Torre de la Plata, forming part of the walls of Seville that defended the Alcazar. It was used as a chapel and later as a prison, currently houses the Naval Museum of Seville. The false legend tells that its name is given because it was a store of gold and silver in America. It was called Torre del Oro since the Almohad era because of the lime and straw mortar product shine, and its reflection in the river.

Triana neighborhood.

From the neighborhood of Triana you can admire the river from the Isabel II Bridge (from the Eiffel school), or its bridge from the river, or from Betis Street, and of course tapas in any of the new and old premises of the surroundings.

You must keep in mind that to enter Triana is to do it on Castilla Street, where at one of the extremes is the Minor Basilica of one of the Christs with the greatest devotion of the Seville Holy Week: “the Puppy”. Very close to its Church, the bar ‘Sun and shadow’ feeds its fame with its home cooking, its seafood and its exquisite Chacina de la Sierra de Huelva.

We could continue to name endless spaces and precious and essential places of this magnificent city. We invite you to see the recommended ones in this post. And you know, if you want to move around Seville in a different, fast and comfortable way, rent a scooter and don’t miss Seville.

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