This is one of the districts that you must visit due to its poignant air and special charm. This is the district that the Jews inhabited, from the reconquest of Seville during the 13th century, to their expulsion two centuries later when the Catholic Monarchs began to rule. Although the district no longer exists as such, Sevillians still recognize it as being Jewish but it's now part of the 'Santa Cruz' district, in the old town. Go through its narrow streets and the small tunnels that link them to different houses. The area can have quite a striking zigzag route at some parts and it'll make you feel like you're in a kind of maze, surrounded by low, white houses. Make the most of your visit and get lost around the Jewish quarter!
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