Tourist Center and Outdoor Bar at Laredo Building in Seville, Spain

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.


Calle Sierpes, 90, 41004 Sevilla, Spain


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