The front entrance to the Hotel Corregidor in which we stayed.
This is a great little cake/ice-cream/beer shop, if a little expensive.
This is the architecture above the front door of a bank. Pretty impressive.
Seville is well known for it's use of tiles and there are loads of depictions like these dotted around the old town.
A tiny little church hidden down some small back street. There are a lot of churchs in Seville.
A La Reina Del Carmelo
Magdalene Church (1)
Hows this for some spectacular tile work on the top of a church.
Magdalene Church (2)
Magdalene Church (3)
Magdalene Church (4)
Magdalene Church (5)
This is the entrance at the "foot" of the church.
Magdalene Church (6)
The architecture in Seville is quite amazing and really shows the many influences. The use of mustard yellow is also very very popular.
Little Patio Bar
Casa No. 13
Now this is an impressive way of displaying your house number.
Seville's old town has lots of little winding narrow allies which are well worth a wander through.
Plaza Nueva (1)
I'm not sure what this is, but it's a building facing onto Plaza Nueva.
Plaza Nueva (2)
I'm sure this avenue of trees looks spectacular in the summer.
Plaza Nueva (3)
Plaza Nueva (4)
This is a government building of sorts. I think it's the "Town hall".
Plaza Nueva (5)
Some artwork on display in Plaza Nueva.
This rather ornate looking building is on one of the corners of Plaza Nueva.
Edificio Renta Antigua (1)
You can certainly see the muslim influences in the design of this building.
Edificio Renta Antigua (2)
Plaza de San Francisco (1)
This is the side of the government building seen earlier from Plaza Nueva, but this time from Plaza de San Francisco.
Plaza de San Francisco (2)
The buildings over looking Plaza de San Francisco.
Plaza de San Francisco (3)
Horse and Cart (1)
These chaps are dotted all over the city and will take you for a tour round if you have the time and money.
Ave de La Constitución
Open to trams and pedestrians only and runs right past the cathedral.
Ave de La
Edificio Renta Antigua (3)
I have no idea what they sell in this shop ;-) , nice tile work for the show name though.
The Giralda is a huge bell tower on one of the corners of the cathedral and can be seen from almost all parts of the city (assuming there isn't a building in your way).
The Cathedral (1)
The Cathedral (2)
Getting arty with the ornate decorations on the side walls of the cathedral.
The Cathedral (3)
The Cathedral (4)
How is this for detail in the stonework surrounding one of the cathedral doors.
The Cathedral (5)
The Cathedral (6)
The Cathedral (7)
The Cathedral (8)