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4.5/5Wonderful!(86 area reviews)
Get lost in the narrow lanes of the city’s old Roma quarter, known for its flamenco history and ceramics workshops.
3.5/5Good!(31 area reviews)
Watch a game of soccer, see Spain’s only commercial inland port or go to the horse races in this typically Andalusian suburb in the south of Seville.
4/5Very Good!(14 area reviews)
Have fun and cool off in a waterpark, attend an event at a convention center, or take advantage of the shopping and dining options in this pleasant eastern district of Seville.
4/5Very Good!(19 area reviews)
This sleepy central district in Seville is a mix of colorful traditional Andalusian architecture and modern housing estates.
Reviewed on 18 Mar 2020
Seville is the capital of Andalucia and one of the largest cities in Spain, known for its mild winters and warm summers. Good food and drink, and flamenco dancing until the early hours are deeply rooted in the Sevillian way of life, making it a great destination for those seeking culture. The old Jewish quarter of Santa Cruz, with narrow winding streets and picturesque squares, is also one of the prettiest places you’re likely to see.
The Casco Antiguo area of Seville includes several UNESCO sites, such as the Alcázar (Royal Palace), the Cathedral of Seville and the Archivo General de Indias. What is striking is the historic character these buildings show, with both Moorish and Roman influences that date back centuries.
The hotel offer is huge with around 120 on offer, about a third of which is classified as two star – great for those looking for a budget break in this beautiful city. There are a number of romantic hotels, which are perfect for a weekend break with your partner! With their beautiful and sleek interiors, take a look at the design hotels on offer. Some hotels even offer sauna, health club and rooftop terrace.
Macarena, just north of downtown, is a classy neighbourhood, and it’s where you’ll find the popular tourist attraction, the Basilica of the Macarena. The hotel selection around here is small, but if you're looking for a luxury four star hotel with air-conditioning, then you've come to the right place.
Attractions and sights in this modern, commercial district of Seville include the football stadium of Sevilla FC (Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan) and the large shopping and cinema complex, Nervion Plaza. The number of hotels on offer around here is limited, but includes a choice of four star hotels, most of which include a restaurant, outdoor pool and free WiFi.
The southern Bellavista-Palmera is an eye-catcher, what with the beautiful Plaza de España. Dating from 1928, the ‘square’ in actually in the shape of a crescent and is surrounded by beautiful buildings of the period. The hotel supply in Bellavista-Palmera numbers some 10 properties, including environmentally friendly and business hotels, complete with meeting and conference rooms.
Finally, Triana is the former fishing and gypsy quarter of Seville. One of the highlights of the area is the Calle Betis, a very lively promenade on the banks of the Guadalquivir. The hotel selection is of similar size to that of Bellavista-Palmera and varies from three to five star hotels.