CorelDraw Map Seville Spain

Seville, the capital of the Spanish region of Andalusia, is divided into several districts and neighborhoods, each with its own unique character and charm. Here are some of the most notable ones:

  1. Casco Antiguo (Old Town):
    • Santa Cruz: This is one of the most famous neighborhoods in Seville, known for its narrow winding streets, historic architecture, and proximity to major attractions like the Seville Cathedral and the Alcazar Palace.
    • El Arenal: Located near the river, El Arenal is known for its bullring, the Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza, and is a hub for cultural events and nightlife.
  2. Triana:
    • Triana is a vibrant, working-class neighborhood situated across the Guadalquivir River from the old town. It’s famous for its ceramics and traditional flamenco culture. The area has a lively atmosphere, with numerous tapas bars and markets.
  3. Macarena:
    • The Macarena district, located north of the old town, is known for its cultural and historical significance. The Basílica de la Macarena is a famous religious site, and the neighborhood has a mix of residential and commercial areas.
  4. Nervión:
    • Nervión is a modern commercial and business district with many shops, restaurants, and offices. It’s also home to the Sevilla FC stadium, Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán.
  5. Los Remedios:
    • Located on the opposite side of the river from Triana, Los Remedios is a quiet residential area known for its green spaces, such as the Parque de los Príncipes. It’s also a popular spot during the annual Feria de Abril festival.
  6. La Alameda:
    • This neighborhood is known for its lively nightlife and cultural scene, with numerous bars, restaurants, and theaters. The Alameda de Hércules is a popular gathering spot for locals and visitors alike.
  7. Bellavista-La Palmera:
    • This district is home to the Estadio Benito Villamarín, the stadium of Real Betis football club. It’s a mix of residential areas and green spaces.
  8. Cerro-Amate:
    • This district is located in the eastern part of Seville and is predominantly residential. It offers a quieter and more suburban living environment.
  9. Este-Alcosa-Torreblanca:
    • Located in the eastern part of the city, this district has a mix of residential areas and shopping centers.
  10. San Pablo-Santa Justa:
  • The San Pablo airport is located in this district, and it’s also home to the Santa Justa train station, making it an important transportation hub in the city.

Seville’s neighborhoods offer a diverse range of experiences, from historic charm in the old town to modern amenities in newer districts. Each area has its own unique identity, making Seville a dynamic and fascinating city to explore.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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