THIS is the moment Barack Obama arrived at a restaurant in Sevilla last week.
The former US President, 57, can be seen exiting a black van in the Andalucian capital while being surrounded by security.
The father-of-two entered Bache de San Pedro eatery in the Santa Catalina neighbourhood on Wednesday night while waving to cheering crowds.
Obama enjoyed a private dinner at the trendy hotspot following a three-day travel and tourism conference where he was they keynote speaker.
It also came after he had emphasised the need to ‘build bridges and not walls’ during a meeting with Spanish prime minister Pedro Sanchez.
The former US President and PSOE leader exchanged views on migration and climate change in the 30-minute meeting at the World Trade Summit conference.