During a hot afternoon touring Seville, the outdoor tables of the Robles Laredo Restaurant at the north end of San Francisco Square is a great place for a respite. You will also find the city’s main tourist office here. Their recommendations and Internet are both free. So, enjoy a cold beer while studying a map of where to explore next. While sipping, look up at the façade of the Laredo Building. It was constructed in 1919 by architect Ramón Balbuena.