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Alvarez Quintero, 9-13, 41004
With the Seville Chathedral, the Real Alcazar, and the Plaza de Toros just a short walk away, Las Casas de los Mercaderes is ideal for both a holiday or a city break in Seville. The welcoming white... Read more
Calle Santa María la Blanca, 5, Casco Antiguo, 41004
With the best of Seville right on the doorstep, the Hotel Las Casas de la Juderia is an original Sevillan building providing stylish accommodation. The hotel is a complex of ancient houses in the... Read more
Calle Ingeniería,11 Parque Torneo, 41015, Sevilla
The Hilton Garden Inn Sevilla is located in the Parque Empresarial Torneo Business District, about 5 km from Seville city centre. All rooms at the Hilton Garden Inn Sevilla are equipped with modern... Read more
Calle Secoya, s/n, 41020
Area: parque alcosa
Apartamentos Lux Sevilla Palacio is located close to the residential district of Seville, to the airport, and a 10-minute drive away from the centre of this wonderful city of Andalusia. Read more
Calle Morgado, 17, 41003
Area: santa catalina
The beautiful H10 Corregidor Boutique hotel is located in centre of the historic and vibrant town of Seville; the largest town in Southern Spain. Tastefully designed in the classic Arabic and... Read more
Avenida de la Palmera, s/n, 41012
Silken Al-Andalus Palace is an elegant 4-star hotel in Seville. Thanks to its position and the services offered, this hotel is the ideal solution for families, groups of friends and couples who want... Read more
Avda. Eduardo Dato, 49, 41018
Area: san bernardo
The Hesperia Sevilla is an Andalusian-style hotel conveniently located near the historic centre of Seville. This 4-star hotel offers tastefully furnished rooms and a contemporary style, all equipped... Read more
Marqués de Parada, s/n, 41001
Hotel NH Sevilla Plaza de Armas is situated in the centre of Seville, near the 1992 World Exposition Center and Sierpes Street shopping district. The hotel is located in the heart of Seville, close... Read more
Avda Diego Martinez Barrio, 8, 41013
Area: san bernardo
Ideal both for leisure or business travellers, the Hotel NH-Collection Sevilla provides modern rooms in the outskirts of the historic centre of Seville. This inviting 4-star hotel features neat and... Read more
Carretera San Juan Tomares, Km 1, 41920 San Juan de Aznalfarache
Perched on the Vistahermosa district overlooking Seville, the Hotel Alcora Sevilla, ex TRH Alcora Hotel complex is set in a quite location yet is close to the city centre. Featuring modern rooms and... Read more
Calle Almirante Ulloa, 1, 41001
Set in the Old Town’s fringe, the hostel Oasis Backpackers Palace is in Seville’s centre at walking distance from the main train station. Very famous among young people, students and globetrotters,... Read more
Seville is a town in the South-West of Spain. It is considered an icon of the Andalusian lifestyle, as its history, monuments and habits clearly show. Geographically speaking, it is also considered a crucial point linking Europe, Africa and America. For those who can move around it, lots of different landscapes can be admired within 200 km (124,27 mi), from natural parks in Sierra Norte and Hornachuelos to the coasts of Gibraltar, Malaga and the border to Portugal.
What to See in Seville
It is impossible to get bored in Seville. At daytime you need to keep your nose up, not to miss any part of the architectonic beauties of the medieval city as well as enjoying the landscape. At night, movida and the party atmosphere animate this fantastic Spanish inland city.
Easter time is a very fascinating time in Seville. During the Holy Week , streets are fill with processions leading to the cathedral, recalling the Passion of Christ.
You shouldn't either miss the Fiera de Abril, once a cattle sale and now an international tourist attraction of great interest where you could admire people in costumes, horses and corridas.
The ferris wheel from Prado de San Sebastian offers and incomparable view of Gothic, Romanesque, baroque and renaissance art, the witnesses of the different rules throughout the centuries. Some of the most important monuments, absolutely worth a visit, are the Cathedral (and the bell-tower known as La Giralda), Alcazar and the Archivo de Indias, all Unesco World Heritage. Inside the cathedral you will see the tomb of Columbus, engraved in a monumental sculpture by Arturo Melida.
You will also be vowed by the picturesque Barrio de Santa Cruz, the ceramic tiles and the fountains in Plaza de España, Casa de Pilatos and the Torre del Oro.
Old and new perfectly melt in this city. A few kilometers North of Seville you can see the Roman ruins of Italica, with its old theater, and in the centre of the city you can enjoy the Museo de Bellas Artes.
Last but not least, lovers of nature could choose among the natural parks a few kilometres away, like Doñan and the already mentioned Sierra park .
Recommended hotels in Seville
For your stay in Seville, here are some of our best hotels in town from 4 to 2 stars:
Hotel Silken Al Andalus Palace – 4 stars
Grand Hotel Lar – 4 stars
Hotel Apartamentos Lux Sevillia Palacio – 3 stars
Hotel Murillo – 2 stars
If you had the chance to visit the city according to the weather, the ideal time is autumn and spring, when climate is milder and the tourist flow is lower than in summer. Temperature in August may reach up to 35-40°C (95-104°F) and the large number of tourists (mainly young people, but also older ones) makes long lines in museums and in public places where wine is served and Flamenco shows are held. Winter is not cold at all, with an average temperature of 10-11°C (50-51,8°F) between December and February.
How to Reach Seville
The Andalusian city is very well linked with the rest of Spain and, thanks to its airport, with abroad. San Pablo airport and its offer of low cost flights is only 10 Km (6,21 mi) outside of the city. If you want to reach Seville by car you can rely on a great highway system. Santa Justa railway station also offers a wide range of fast trains. Leaving the city is easy: all you have to do is following the signs to the highways linking Seville to the other important Spanish cities such as Madrid, Barcelona, Granada - Costa del Sol or Portugal. European tourists willing to reach Seville by car must drive a long way down South-West. As the desire to discover this city does not seem to have a limit, 2 bus station with international destinations were established.
How to Visit the City
Seville must be visited on foot at a quiet pace, stopping at the many spectator terraces or before a picturesque palace you can discover in one of the many narrow streets in the heart of the city. Its position on a flat surface led the city administration to facilitate bike rental spots, the ideal way to discover the city. Bicycles can also be brought in the underground.
The suburban transport system reaches the city and its outskirts. Those willing to use means of surface public transport can buy the Seville Card, allowing to freely use public transports.
Among the possible alternatives you may also consider renting a car (which you can easily find in rental agencies or at the airport). This way you will be completely autonomous and free to visit the entire Andalusia.