Santa Cruz District, Sevilla
At the notheastern entrance of the quarter a small square is covered by the usual esplanades, facing Altamira palace and the church of "Santa Maria la Blanca".
Barrio Santa Cruz is the old jewsih quarter of Seviile. It consists of narrow winding medieval streets and lots of architecture.
This district is pedestrian only (well sort of)
It's a wonderful area to explore, have a drink, something to eat, shop, see the sights.
Something for everyone here
One of the small squares in the Santa Cruz district lined with the usual orange trees and a small fountain. Within the square are small craft shops and cafes.
The old buildings have been restored and have their characteristic grilled windows or grilled doors into pretty central courtyards of the homes.
This is THE heart of Seville. A beautiful district with winding alleys, picturesque lime-washed houses, delicate hardly visible flowery patios and small squares.
Here you can get lost in the small and narrow streets with typical colors and bodegas and tapas bars ....
Santa Cruz, the old Jewish quarter, is somewhat typical Andalusian. With it´s narrow streets, white houses and multitudes of flowers. It´s also a good place to start the night.
Visit Santa Cruz.
Santa Cruz is the best-known quarter beyond urs borders. It´s practically imposible not to fall in love with it, with its narrow streets and the history.