Seville’s Santa Cruz quarter, protected by the Alcazar, was formerly the city’s famous Jewish Quarter. The maze of streets and their evocative names give a good idea of what it was like in 1492. During our live, virtual tour with our guide, Jose Luis, we will stroll around the Calle de la Judería, Callejón del Agua, Calle Vida, Calle Muerte, Plaza Doña Elvira, Plaza Sta Marta, Plaza de la Alianza, Cruces, Calle Aire and Marmoles the Roman Temple. Located in the center of Seville, the whitewashed facades, flowers, and patios make Santa Cruz a charming quarter and will give you an idea of daily life as a Sepharad.
We will also see a small remnant of the wall that surrounds the Jewish quarter and two of the city’s four synagogues that had been converted into churches: San Bartolomé and Santa María la Blanca.