The Alameda de Hércules (Hercules mall), or simply La Alameda, is a garden square or mall in Seville, southern Spain. Built in 1574, it was originally a promenaded public garden, named after the eight rows of white poplar trees (álamos in Spanish) that fill its central part. Located in the northern half of the city's casco antiguo (historic center), between the Guadalquivir River and the Macarena neighbourhood, it was the oldest public garden in Spain and Europe.
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Craig Faessler | Jul 4, 2018
Sitting in this space eating tapas into the late evening is a great way to enjoy Seville. Many tapas bars and restaurants to enjoy.
Sheena Gurbakhash | Jun 10, 2018
Great place with huge variety of drinking/tapas places to hang out. Very local. Reasonable prices.
Thomas Doherty | Jun 9, 2018
Pleasant square. Lined with many interesting bars and restaurants. Something for everyone.
Ciaran Colton | May 29, 2018
Busy Square. Lots of nightlife and the local market here is a great attraction. Close to many places in Seville
Isabella Raimondo | May 25, 2018
Amazing square full of typical restaurant. Where you can eat tapas for cheaper price, also good for take a seat during the visit of the city.
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