The Alameda de Hercules is a tree-lined open space, located between the Macarena neigborhood and the river. On both sides there are many bars, restaurants, and cafeterias with plenty of outdoor seating.
This area, having been neglected in the past, has now become tremendously fashionable. It is a popular meeting point on sunny afternoons, as well as for going out at night.
Casa Paco, in the middle of the Alameda, is well known for its solomillo.
Looks like the beach of Seville... Before the recent renovations in the plaza it was covered by albero, a fine yellow sand. Now it has been paved with yellow concrete stones with a layer of sand on top, to maintain a similar appearance.
View from the Alameda on Palacio de las Sirenas.
Same from behind.