You’re as likely to see Spaniards in the Plaza as tourists, especially in the Alcoves of the Provinces. Each of the 48 Spanish provinces has its own alcove, decorated with maps and paintings of the area. When Spanish visitors come to Seville it’s traditional to get a photo taken in their province’s alcove – and in summer there are queues for most popular regions. But if it’s too all too busy by day, just come back at night when the plaza is practically deserted and the illuminated buildings are reflected in the water.
IN PICTURES: SEVILLE’S PLAZA DE ESPAÑA