We start from a nineteenth century house, which can be viewed as operating from the typical Sevillian patio.
From there we prepare to meet the most historic and monumental Seville from Plaza del Salvador, Plaza de San Francisco and Plaza Nueva, where is the City Hall, (Plateresque style) for then threading towards Avda. De la Constitución where is located the Cathedral and the roof of our city, the Giralda.
The old tobacco factory, Prado de San Sebastián, Plaza de España and Maria Luisa Park, New York dock, Real Maestranza (bullring) and Torre del Oro; its origins, trivia and history. We finish the route with the known Mushrooms of the Plaza de la Encarnación, the contrast of historic Seville with the most avant-garde.