The Church of Santa Ana is the oldest church in Seville. Located in the Triana neighborhood, the 13th-century church is home to impressive sculptures, paintings, jewelry and religious processional items, many of which are displayed throughout the interior chapels. Master Castilian stonemasons and Muslim master builders worked on the church, whose remarkable interior features columns topped by corbels decorated with castles, vine leaves, lions and human heads. Admire a conglomeration of architecture with a step inside the originally Gothic church and its Baroque-style reconstruction, added after an earthquake in the 17th century.
You can visit the church as part of a guided bike tour of Seville's highlights, which includes stops at San Jorge Castle and the Jewish Quarter, as well as souvenir photos.
The Church of Santa Ana is located a few blocks from the Plaza Armando Jannone in Seville, between Calle de Vazquez de Leca, Plaza Santa Ana and Calle Pureza. The nearest metro station is the Plaza de Cuba. You can also take the bus to the Pages del Corro stop (bus 40) or the Pages del Corro (Troya) stop (bus C3).
Admission is a suggested donation of EUR 2, and includes a guided tour.
The church is open Monday to Thursday from 10am to 1:30pm, and Friday from 11am to 1:30pm. It is closed on holidays and during the month of August.