Alameda de Hercules
This sight is located at the historical centre of Sevilla. It was built in 1574 and it’s the oldest garden square in Spain and in Europe. There are two columns on top of the pedestal which are Hercules and Julius Caesar. This garden square is best for a walk and cycling. It is surrounded by a lot of tapas bars that local mostly goes to.
Metropol Parasol also popularly known as Las Setas de la Encarnacion, it is located at Plaza de la Encarnacion. This site is not to be missed despite a lot of people unaware of the existence of this building. Get to the viewpoint on top to have an impressive view and also overview about Sevilla. The mushroom-like designed of the building makes it special that you wouldn’t overlook it when you’re around Laraña street. And it claims to be the largest wooden structure in the world.