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    Andalucia’s capital, charismatic, flamboyant Seville, provides a mesmerising home to the fiercely proud Sevillanos, remarkable historic buildings, delightful plazas, sweet scents of orange blossom and jasmine, world famous sensual flamenco dancing, vibrant nightlife and excellent tapas bars; not forgetting Feria, the ever popular spring fair.

    Founded by Hercules, Seville borders the Guadalquivir River whose banks are dominated by Moorish landmark, the Torre del Oro watchtower.

    Boasting three UNESCO sites, the city is made up of differing neighbourhoods, barrios. Delightful Santa Cruz with narrow cobbled streets, whitewashed houses and charming tree lined squares, well-heeled Arenal, home to a world famous bullring, lively Triana with its beautiful ceramic tiles, azulejos, vibrant flamenco, buzzing nightlife, great tapas and superb riverfront restaurants, and Soho Benita with its huge contemporary wooden structure, Metropol Parasol, trendy restaurants and artisan shops.

    Seville is easy to discover by foot, hired bicycle, bus, metro and tram, and worth buying a Seville Card if you intend to frequent museums and monuments.

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Andalucia’s capital, charismatic, flamboyant Seville, provides a mesmerising home to the fiercely proud Sevillanos, remarkable historic buildings, delightful plazas, sweet scents of orange blossom and jasmine, world famous sensual flamenco dancing, vibrant nightlife and excellent tapas bars; not forgetting Feria, the ever popular spring fair.

Founded by Hercules, Seville borders the Guadalquivir River whose banks are dominated by Moorish landmark, the Torre del Oro watchtower.

Boasting three UNESCO sites, the city is made up of differing neighbourhoods, barrios. Delightful Santa Cruz with narrow cobbled streets, whitewashed houses and charming tree lined squares, well-heeled Arenal, home to a world famous bullring, lively Triana with its beautiful ceramic tiles, azulejos, vibrant flamenco, buzzing nightlife, great tapas and superb riverfront restaurants, and Soho Benita with its huge contemporary wooden structure, Metropol Parasol, trendy restaurants and artisan shops.

Seville is easy to discover by foot, hired bicycle, bus, metro and tram, and worth buying a Seville Card if you intend to frequent museums and monuments.

Local Information

Language:
Spanish
Currency:
Euro
Local time:
GMT + 1 hour
Local airport:
Seville
Flight time:
2 hours 40 minutes

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Featured hotels

Gran Melia Colon

5 Star

In the heart of Seville, a mere ten minutes from the Giralda Tower and Seville Cathedral and with shopping areas within five minutes, Gran Melia Colon enjoys a central location and is a superb hotel offering a high standard of accommodation and attentive service.

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Hotel Inglaterra

4 star

Hotel Inglaterra enjoys a privileged location overlooking Plaza Nueva in the heart of Seville’s historic centre, and with Seville Cathedral and Alcazar Palace within easy walking distance is an ideal base for discovering the city’s many outstanding sights.

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Hotel Alfonso

5 Star

A city landmark hotel dating back to 1929, renovated in 2012 and one of Seville’s most prestigious, Hotel Alfonso XIII, A Luxury Collection Hotel symbolises the city’s Moorish influences and throughout the years has been favoured amongst visiting royal dignitaries, illustrious personalities and celebrities.

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Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza

4 Star

Located in the heart of Seville’s historic centre, around a 10 minute walk from the cathedral and the Alcazar Palace, tranquil Hotel Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza is a beautifully converted 18th century Andalucian house set around charming, cobblestone inner courtyards.

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Featured hotels

Gran Melia Colon

5 Star

In the heart of Seville, a mere ten minutes from the Giralda Tower and Seville Cathedral and with shopping areas within five minutes, Gran Melia Colon enjoys a central location and is a superb hotel offering a high standard of accommodation and attentive service.

Hotel Inglaterra

4 star

Hotel Inglaterra enjoys a privileged location overlooking Plaza Nueva in the heart of Seville’s historic centre, and with Seville Cathedral and Alcazar Palace within easy walking distance is an ideal base for discovering the city’s many outstanding sights.

Hotel Alfonso

5 Star

A city landmark hotel dating back to 1929, renovated in 2012 and one of Seville’s most prestigious, Hotel Alfonso XIII, A Luxury Collection Hotel symbolises the city’s Moorish influences and throughout the years has been favoured amongst visiting royal dignitaries, illustrious personalities and celebrities.

Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza

4 Star

Located in the heart of Seville’s historic centre, around a 10 minute walk from the cathedral and the Alcazar Palace, tranquil Hotel Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza is a beautifully converted 18th century Andalucian house set around charming, cobblestone inner courtyards.

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Local Information

Language:
Spanish
Currency:
Euro
Local time:
GMT + 1 hour
Local airport:
Seville
Flight time:
2 hours 40 minutes

Weather

40

30

20

10

0

J F M A M J J A S O N D
6 6 6 8 9 11 12 11 9 7 6 5
Average daily hours of sun

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