Although for Sevillians the view of this sea of wood in contrast with the architecture is a common image, it is not for the traveler who, surprised, finds this light and futuristic structure in contrast with the weight of the stone and the history of its architecture.
Who said Seville is just tradition? Well, surely nobody…but what is true is that the image of the lightest city in Spain is sometimes relegated to its most popular symbols: flamenco and its ancestral beauty. Although, in this sense, Seville retains a traditional essence, futuristic echoes slip into the city in the form of architecture, and the Mushrooms of Seville is a good example of this.
An undulating vault where more than 3 000 wooden knots intertwine to create a sea of wood. These are the Mushrooms of Seville, a place where you can seat and contemplate life to the rhythm of the locals and enjoy their gastronomy and culture.
Whether to enjoy a magical sunset, vibrate with history in its museum, savor life in any of its restaurants or… Why not? All at once. Las Setas in Seville is an essential stop on the way…and even if you don’t want to, your steps will be inevitably taken you to this square in the heart of Seville.