Most riverside walks in Seville take in the city’s historical sights, such as the Torre del Oro or the notorious bullring.
A little further out, however, Seville reveals its modern face, the lights and the energy of a city on the up. Starting in the Parque del Alamillo, by the Olympic Stadium, we navigated by following this striking metal symbol: the Puente Alamillo.
Known locally as the Harp Bridge, this landmark formed part of the regenerative Expo 92, designed to transport people to and from a formerly deserted island. Today, it’s also an impromptu playground, with children scrambling up the central pillar and sliding back down.
Back on dry land, meanwhile, Seville’s urban artists decorate the concrete walls in their own way.