A magical city, charming both day and night. I recommend the calle Betis, La Macarena neighbourhood, plaza de España, a walk in the Maria Luisa park....
All Seville, as the song goes has a special colour, scent of azahar (orange blossom).
It is a delight to walk along this avenue at any time, in recent years it has been able to reshape its appearance, without losing its identity.
Whilst strolling along it we can admire a part of the cathedral, have a coffee in el horno de San Buenaventura, or simply see the diversity of the pedestrians and street musicians that liven up the atmosphere.
Another way to live it is aboard the metrocentro, a small tram that runs along the Avenue up to Plaza Nueva.
The buildings that line the avenue are also worthy of admiration. The General Archive of the Indies contains documentation corresponding to the trade route, which was opened with the discovery was of America.
A little further on we see the great cathedral of Seville and through a passageway, we find the beautiful Plaza del Cabildo of unexpected beauty given the secrecy of the place.
There are many shops along the avenue like the store Fnac, much more modern, or classics such as the Filella confectionery, with small sweets typical of Seville.
On Christmas Eve, it is at this point that the city looks its best, with spectacular light decorations and a friendly atmosphere.
In autumn and early winter, we can buy roasted chestnuts as we contemplate the dynamism of this point so unique in the city.