Las Setas De Sevilla
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Actually 2 activities: You can visit the roof for a nice view of the city and architecture and you can visit the roman ruins below the building. The second option is usually free of charge and suprisingly uncrowded.
The striking Setas de Sevilla or the 'Mushrooms of Seville' is a special wooden construction dated from 2011 with a panorama terrace, a walking path and an archaeological museum. The terrace of Metropol Parasol is the ideal place to get a drink in the city. (15min walking from C/Galera 33 )
Fantastic views across the city. Go to the top of the "mushroom". Las Setas. Metropol Parasol. Around €3 and free drink at a bar below.
// Essential to go up to the viewpoint of "Las Setas" to see Seville from above. On the ground floor you will find the market of "Mercado de la Encarnaciónt" with a careful selection of fresh products (fish, vegetables, fruits, meat, etc.). You should also visit the "Antiquarium", archaeological…
An iconic touristic point in Seville. Las Setas ("the mushrooms") is the biggest wooden structure in the world. Built in 2009, the structure is amazing. There is the possibility to go to the up of it, where you can see all city, incredible views.