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Seville preserves an historical and cultural wealth that fills every corner of the city. The old town is the most extensive in Spain and the third largest in Europe. Many artists have found Seville to be a picturesque and extraordinary place. Would you like to learn more? Keep reading and choose one of the hotels in the centre of Seville to discover its culture! [...] Ver más +

Hotels in Seville

Did you know that the old town of Seville is a Unesco World Heritage Site? To get acquainted with the history of Seville, stroll through the neighbourhood of Santa Cruz, the ancient Jewish area, and enjoy its squares with orange trees and flower-filled Andalusian courtyards. It is home to the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. Inside is the tomb of explorer Christopher Columbus, known for discovering the New World. 

We recommend climbing the stairs of La Giralda, a city icon and extremely famous minaret tower to take in the wonderful views of Seville on a sunny day.  Seville enjoys good weather year-round, so you can almost always be guaranteed a clear sky and bright sunshine.

Get caught up in the joy of Seville, taking in the sights and sampling the delicious tapas in any of its neighbourhoods. Your taste buds will thank you for this memorable gastronomic experience. We have also prepared tasty local tapas at our best hotels in Seville. 

Continue your visit with a trip to El Real Alcázar, an 18th century fortress repurposed as a royal residence. Inside, of note is the Mudéjar Palacio de Pedro I (Palace of Peter I) and the Jardines del Estanque gardens, with their penetrating jasmine scent. We suggest you join in the organised activities to learn all about the different corners and rooms in the Alcázar.
Next door is the Archivo de Indias (Archive of the Indies), the 16th century former Lonja de Mercaderes. It is home to the main archive on Spain's former colonies. 

Strolling the banks of the Guadalquivir in Seville will bring you to the Torre del Oro (Gold Tower), an Islamic watchtower built between the 13th and 14th centuries. Plaza de España stands in the grounds of Parque de María Luisapark, one of the iconic places in the city of Seville. It is well worth dropping in to see the different motifs that decorate the square with charm and taking a photo on the bench of your favourite Spanish province.

Cross the Puente de San Telmo or Puente de Isabel II bridges to reach the neighbourhood of Triana, the city's home to flamenco culture. From here you can get to Callejón de la Inquisición (Inquisition Alley), where the fateful Tribunal was based. Make sure you visit a tablao for a flamenco show at night - you’ll love it!
To round off your weekend break or holiday, what about a boat trip along the Guadalquivir? Trade prospered along the river’s banks, reaching its peak in the time of the Catholic Monarchs, when its river port was the most important on the Iberian peninsula. 

Going out for tapas is a longstanding tradition in Seville and we suggest you make time for it. We recommend a chilled gazpacho soup, prawn omelette and Flamenco eggs at the bars and restaurants that serve tapas. Desserts include yemas de San Leandro pastries, mostachones de Utrera biscuits and tortas de aceite olive oil biscuits.  Plus, when it’s hot you can have a refreshing dip in our hotels in Seville with a pool. Sounds good, doesn't it?
 

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Sierra Nevada, 3 | 0.5 Km / Centre
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8.5 / 10 - VERY GOOD
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Av. Andalucía, 52 | 4 Km / Centre
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José Laguillo, 8 | 0.5 Km / Centre
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What to do in Seville

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    Historical centre

    You can enjoy the historical centre just by stepping out of the door of some of our hotels in Seville. See the most famous landmarks in its history, many built in the 16th century.
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    La Giralda

    and the Seville cathedral bell tower. This monument has been declared a World Heritage Site. The word ‘Giralda’ comes from ‘girar’, or ‘turn’, and refers to the vane on the bell tower that can be seen from many points across the city.
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    Santa Justa station

    This is the train station that connects Seville with different cities and towns across Spain. Some of our hotels in Seville are close to Santa Justa station.