Your booking experience in Seville
Budget hotels in Seville
Come to Seville without spending a fortune if you stay at a low-budget Un Patio En Santa Cruz that offers rates at 134US$. The affordable Hostal Zurbaran with rates from 74US$ is situated only a 5-minute walk from the city center. Adventurers will appreciate the proximity to Plaza de Espana that Hostel One Catedral has to offer. If you are planning to visit Old Town district of Seville, pick an apartment such as Hostal Arias for only 91US$ per night.
Proximity to public transport
Short stay visitors to Seville may prefer accommodations near to Seville airport, such as Tourist Lady Olee Sevilla Apartment Rent or Apartamento Tres Dormitorios apartment. Instead of renting a car or paying for taxis in Seville, book a hotel situated next to the subway, like Monte Carmelo which is 1300 feet from Plaza de Cuba subway station. Apartamento Luis Montoto is a comfy apartment within walking distance to Santa Justa railroad station.
Convenience of staying in the city center
If you want to visit the major tourist attractions in Seville, then stay at El Rey Moro Hotel Boutique, a 3-star hotel in the heart of the city. Situated centrally in Seville, the 5-star Alfonso XIII, where you'll find an outdoor swimming pool, a sauna and a Jacuzzi, is perfect accommodation for you. To explore San Pablo - Santa Justa district, choose a hotel near Iglesia de San Gil, such as Catalonia Santa Justa with room rates from 324US$.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
Vincci La Rabida is a luxury hotel that is only a 15-minute walk from La Casa de la Ciencia and a 5-minute walk from Maria Luisa Restaurante restaurant serving Spanish food. Boutique Hotel Holos in Old Town district is a chic option for travelers with higher budgets looking for a stylish 3-star boutique hotel. Catalonia Hispalis is a well-known chain hotel situated just 1000 feet from Plaza de las Cruces.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're visiting Seville with your family, choose a spacious apartment next to Museum of Fine Arts of Seville, such as Ritual Sevilla Suites - Malaver 23 (Adults Only) that features a sun deck and a sun terrace. Guests planning to visit Triana district may want to book a room at Apartamentos Plaza Pilatos, with rates from 294US$. If you're visiting Seville for business purpose consider staying at Reyes Catolicos, 0.5 miles from the heart of the city. Exe Sevilla Macarena is an elegant resort hotel set less than a 20-minute walk from Pilate's House.
Seville is a city determined to enjoy itself.
It has little interest in goings on in Madrid and is far from events in Barcelona, as if being out of Spain. Seville looks after itself first. This is due to independent spirit the city has making locals think that they are first from Seville and only after this from state of Andalucia and Spain itself.
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Seville itself is a surprise for those who live there as much as those who are on a visit to this city. Only within its city walls in the crowds of people, dashing around you can accidentally run into world-famous artists such as Diego Velasquez, Bartolome Murillo and Francisco Pacheo for whom Seville was the first school of painting.
Anyway, painting is one, but not last the talent that has led to Seville being put on global show. Today this is a city also featured on the silver screen, for example Casa de Pilatos was a location for several scenes in the crusades movie Kingdom of Heaven, starring Orlando Bloom.
The main reason for Seville beloved of movie directors is its architecture from medieval palaces to modern complexes. Attractions include;
- The Cathedral of Seville, the third largest church in the world after Saint Peter's in Rome and Saint Paul's in London
- La Giralda, a magnificent bell tower of the Cathedral and a symbol of Seville
- The Real Alcazar, a palace in Moorish style built in the XIV Century by Pedro I the Cruel
- The Museo de Bellas Artes, the second most important fine arts museum in Spain after Prado Museum in Madrid
All these landmarks throw you back to past events taking place in Seville. As legends have it, Seville is a child of Hercules, mythological hero, but historians find better explanations to the city's origins. Seville flourished during the Tharsis reign and changed hands in 45BC when Julius Caesar gave Seville the status of colony. This was the start of era of splendor that after saw the rule of Arabs and Visigoths. In the 17th century came the decline of Seville as a centre of power.
Today major relics of city's past give way to modernity, especially after Seville hosted huge expositions – the 1929 Latin-American exposition and the 1992 Universal Exposition – each modifying the city's landscape.
From places intoxicated with history to modern high-rises, all can be experienced on your trip to Seville with Booked.net.