Tour Servilla

Another city of importance in Andalusia is Seville, about 220 km from
Malaga and approximately 2 hours by car we reach the center of
Seville. In which we can visit several monuments very
This important city could be an itinerary to follow:
Seville Cathedral, Archive of the Indies, Real Alcazar of Seville, Tower of
Abdel Aziz, Chapel of Santa María de Jesús, Puerta de Jerez, Hotel
Alfonso XIII, Palacio de San Telmo, Old Tobacco Factory, Cid,
Casino of the Exhibition, Plaza de España, Park, Avenida de las
Delight. We will start this route from the Cathedral of Seville is the
Christian gothic cathedral with the largest area in the world, its works
They start in 1401.

Then the Archivo de Indias, both on Avenida de la
Constitution, is the old Lonja House of merchants. His works are
they begin in 1584. Later, at the time of Carlos III, the building was
adapts to Archivo de Indias, and contains inside the file
most important of the colonization of America, all the
New World government and administration documentation
during the period of Spanish colonization. On departure, we turn to
left to reach Santo Tomás street, at the end of the street we
we will meet the Real Alcazar of Seville, The Real Alcazar of
Seville, is a set of palaces surrounded by a wall, located
in the city of Seville. Its construction began in the High Age
Half. In its realization they have been used throughout history
different styles, from the Islamic of its first inhabitants, to
Mudejar and Gothic period after the conquest of the city by the Castilian troops. In successive reforms have been added
Renaissance and baroque elements.

When we leave the building, we will go down to Avenida de la
Constitution, and we will turn left where if we look towards
above, on this same sidewalk, we will see the remains of the Abdel Tower
Aziz, is a tower of Almohad origin although little known, a few
meters, is the arch of Don Miguel de Ma�ara, which connects
the Avenida de la Constitución with the Plaza de la Contratación and together
to this, there is the tourist information office of the Board
of Andalusia, where we can obtain local, provincial information
and interprovincial on routes, monuments, hotels, etc…

We continue in the direction of the Puerta de Jerez, and in the last building on our left, it is a small chapel called Santa María de Jesús is the only existing remnant of the primitive University founded by Maese Rodrigo Fernández de Santaella in 1506. In the central table of its main altarpiece, the Virgin of the Antigua appears receiving from the hands of Maese Rodrigo the model of the School of Santa Maria de Jesus, the author of this painting is Alejo Fernández towards 1520. At the exit, to the left, we
we found in the Puerta de Jerez, this space is one of the
enlargements of the historic center of Seville made at the beginning of
twentieth century. On the right we see a corner with Maese Street
Rodrigo the house of the Count of Aguiar, neo-baroque style with a
wide clean brick facade and a sundial in the area
Superior ethical, the house was built in 1891 by architects
José Espiau de la Coba and José Gómez Otero. In the center of this
space we see a roundabout and a fountain, called Los Meones with an allegorical figure of Seville, as well as the eleven figures of children playing on turtles, the author was Manuel Delgado
Brackembury and is from 1929.
This could be a route to follow where it could be extended as the
visit to the Torre del Oro very close also to the mentioned route
previously, of course and that we do not forget a stop along the way
while visiting these monuments since very close to the cathedral
There are several places where you can tapas, let yourself be guided by
TransfersMalaga and we will discover our little great Andalucia.

Gastronomic Tour of Seville

This week we want to present a gastronomic route through the
Seville center. In addition to knowing the cultural places and areas
that we want to visit, it is also important to know places where
to be able to eat well and typical foods of the city that we are
visiting, in this case, Seville. It is well known to all the
tradition in Spain of eating what we call tapas,
which is nothing more than a snack that is served accompanying the
drink. Well, following this tradition in Seville we can
find a huge variety of tapas and portions, since these are
They serve in most bars and restaurants. If we place ourselves in
downtown, and we headed towards the Plaza del Salvador, we can
find there the Bodeguita del Salvador and La Alicantina.

In the first one you could make the first stop to take a
beer or wine, in the second, La Alicantina, if we can taste
some tapas, among them we will highlight the salad. On Both Sides
del Salvador we have Cuna Street and Alvarez Quintero Street, yes
we continue along this we reach Robles, where we can cover
traditional dishes Very close to El Salvador, on Albareda Street,
Bocacalle de Tetu�n, is Barbiana, tapas bar and also
restaurant specializing in seafood. Just in front,
we have the tavern El 10, where they put some excellent tapas
Traditional and at a great price. Continuing towards the new Plaza, in

Jimios Street, is the Flor del Toranzo bar, where you can
Try the chacinas and we highlight the anchovies with cheese. Plus
ahead, in the same Zaragoza street, we find the
Taberna del Alabardero, is a hospitality school, the upper floor is
restaurant but the ground floor is somewhat cheaper, very
Good quality and with very rich and creative desserts. Already in Reyes
Catholics is Cairo, cafeteria, bar and restaurant very good
quality.To finish we can not stop having a sweet and coffee
in La campana, bordering the street sierpes, in full helmet
Historic, it is one of the best and oldest patisseries in
We will continue to offer more gastronomic routes through the different
Seville neighborhoods