Lora del Río The Essential
Lora del Río stands on the north bank of the Guadalquivir between Seville and Palma del Río. This small town has retained its bygone feel as well as many of its Baroque buildings. It is well known for its culinary specialities, including sopeao, a local variation on gazpacho (a cold soup based on tomatoes and cucumbers).

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Lora del Río
Sanctuary of Our Lady of Setefilla
Sanctuary of Our Lady of Setefilla
The lovely 17C Mudéjar shrine - executed
15 minutes
Church of the Assumption
Church of the Assumption
The church is Gothic-Mudéjar in style
15 minutes
Casa de los Leones
Casa de los Leones
A fine example of Baroque architecture,
15 minutes
House of the Virgin Mary
House of the Virgin Mary
The late-18C palace is a striking
60 minutes
Town Hall
Town Hall
The town hall, housed in an old Baroque
15 minutes