The iron entrance gate to La Judería, on the left.
Inside La Judería. You can see the Alcazar walls on the left.
Through this arc we pass below the walls.
The passage leads into the Patio de las Banderas, which is the only public courtyard (for the others you have to buy an entrance ticket).
On our way back, we take right into the Callejón del Agua which goes along the Alcázar walls.
Finally reaching the Jardines de Murillo, which is a small park. There is a car park below.
One of the many plazas with orange trees in the Santa Cruz neighborhood.
Back to Plaza de Los Venerables, Casa Carmelo restaurant, at 50 meters from the apartments, which offers a wide range of delicious tapas.