Halfway between the cathedral and separating the famous Constitution Avenue from the Arenal neighborhood, is the Plaza del Cabildo, one of the last bends of tranquility for the travelers and locals.
This semicircular square with airs of the most neighboring Seville, in Summer is an oasis to escape the heat and submerge in its cool and serene atmosphere.
A tranquility that, by the way, is lost every Sunday morning to welcome the life of the market: a numismatic stall here, another one there of freshly baked cakes. Thus, the square is filled with the local crowds with the presence of some curious people who come to visit one of the most unknown, but most imposing squares in Seville.
For this reason, Cabildo Square is one of the obligatory stops in Seville, a place where the squares have shaped their way of life: either to relax or to meet the neighbors and thus maintain the ties of the community, something essential among the Sevillians... And what would Seville be without the Sevillians?