Plaza de la Santa Isabel - Seville

Source: Willem Vandenameele

This is probably one of the most beautiful squares in Seville's historic district. It is located behind the Church of San Marcos and next to the Monastery of Santa Isabel, after which it is named.

From one of the benches and in the shade of the orange and pomegranate trees, we can admire the beautiful facade of Vandelvira from 1609 in Renaissance style, with a relief depicting the visit of the Virgin to her cousin Santa Isabel .

Just a few steps from this square you can visit the Monastery of Santa Paula or simply buy some of the famous and delicious jams. By the way, one of the most famous is bitter orange jam, about which we have published an interesting article here on sevillaenundia.com.

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