The Juderia Street alleyway is one of the most unique and surprising venues to be found in the center of Seville.
The layout of the street is a bit odd, crossing under one of the towers of the historic wall with a curved access point and divided in two sections: the first, at the front, is completely closed off from one end with a doorway at the end, and the second veers left and empties into the neighborhood of Santa Cruz, through an archway.
This street covers more than a hundred meters and both its status as a connection between the Cathedral and the heart of the neighborhood and its zigzag path which plays off the surrounding architectural elements are highly characteristic of Seville.
Despite being a public space, the area can be made private for photo and film shoots for use in fashion, advertising, movies, or even for events and product launches along with cocktail parties featuring typical Andalusian products.
This public space must be managed for private use. Shabby and Chic negotiates the necessary permits for use for filming and/or events.