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Great experience, buying sweets through the rotating hatch. The sweets are all very sweet. If you don’t like very sweet things, the muffins/magdalenas are probably your best bet (5 euros for a bag). However they’re most famous for the yemas (11 euros for half a...More
Arrived in the evening when the church was open, so went in, to be greeted to the sound of song. The nuns, behind the grill were singing the evening Office, part of the prayer of the church. Noticed something white on the floor, inside the...More
If you are in the area, it's worth visiting this unobtrusive convent courtyard to experience purchasing either the sweets or muffins the nuns have been making for years to generate extra income. The transaction takes place via a turnstile, so there is no face to...More
We visited from Ireland this year as we had been reading about it before we went. On entering the courtyard we saw a wooden structure in the wall with the images of what seemed like a miraculous medal. I pressed the buzzer and after a...More
Yup, you read the title correctly...
In the backstreets of Seville there is a little convent. You knock on the door and enter into a shady courtyard, where there is a little turnstile set at face height into the wall. It is completely opaque –...More