The Puerta de Jerez is one of the main pedestrian squares in Seville, gateway to the city’s sights. Its name comes from the old gate of Jerez which used to be on this site, one of the main accesses through the city walls, and leading to the road from Seville to Jerez de la Frontera.
The square has a wealth of beautiful constructions, such as the Fuente de Híspalis, right in the middle; the Hotel Alfonso XIII, of regionalist style, built for the 1929 Exposition; the Palace of Yanduri, influenced by the French tradition and built in the early 20th Century; the Guardiola House; and the Chapel of Santa María de Jesús.
In recent years, the space has been pedestrianised, connecting the square to the Cristina Gardens, becoming a lovely area for the enjoyment and recreation of passersby.
Location: Puerta de Jerez ,41001 Seville
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