After a long day of taking in the sights and enjoying the liveliness of this beautiful city, take a break and head straight for Confitería La Campana. Your sweet tooth will be glad you did. This pastry shop has been delighting both locals and visitors with its delicious treats since it was established in 1885.
The pastries and baked goods are all freshly made on premises daily, and they specialize in traditional items, such as Yemas Sevillanas (pastry filled with egg custard), Lenguas de Almendras (“almond tongue” cookies), and Tocino de Cielo (“bacon from heaven” – a rich, sweet treat made with lots of egg yolks and sugar). Ice cream lovers will also delight in the selection offered.
Part of the experience of La Campana is sitting at one of the outdoor café tables while you savor their treats. Located just steps away from El Corte Inglés department store at the corner of Sierpes (Sevilla’s famous shopping street) and Martín Villa, this is a prime location for people watching. There is always a lot of foot traffic going by, so sit back and take it all in as you enjoy your coffee and a pastry.
- Calle Sierpes, 1 y 3
- Sevilla, Spain
- Phone: +34 (954) 22 35 70
- Website: La Campana
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