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Hotel Adriano Boutique Sevilla
Calle Adriano, 12
41001 Seville
9.2 / 10
Confortel Puerta de Triana
Calle Reyes Catolicos, 5
41001 Seville
7.5 / 10
Albergue Inturjoven Sevilla
C/Isaac Peral, 2
41012 Seville
8.2 / 10
Hotel La Casa del Maestro Boutique
C/ Niño Ricardo, 5
41003 Seville
Hotel Convento la Gloria
Calle Argote de Molina 26-28
41004 Seville
8.2 / 10
Pension La Montorena
San Clemente, 12
41004 Seville
Catalonia Santa Justa
José Laguillo, 8
41003 Seville
5.8 / 10
Hotel Zenit Sevilla
Pages Del Corro, 90
41010 Seville
7.6 / 10
EME Catedral Hotel
Calle Alemanes 27
41004 Seville
7.2 / 10
Casa del Poeta
Calle Carlos Alonso Chaparro 3
41004 Seville
Hosteria del Laurel
Plaza de los Venerables
41004 Seville
Hotel Don Pedro
Gerona 24
41003 Seville
Plaza Santa Cruz Hostal
Calle Santa Teresa 15
41004 Seville
Hotel Museo Aacr
C/ Pedro del Toro, 9
41001 Seville
8.9 / 10
Pensión Gravina
Gravina, 46
41001 Seville
0.0 / 10
Gravina 23
41001 Seville
7.8 / 10
Hostel  One Sevilla Centro
Angostillo 6
41003 Seville
Hotel Posada Del Lucero
Calle Almirante Apodaca, 7
41003 Seville
6.9 / 10
Hostal Atenas
Caballerizas, 1
41003 Seville
7.4 / 10
Hostal Roma
Gravina, 34.
41004 Seville
8.3 / 10
Hostal Paco´s
Pedro del Toro, 7
41001 Seville
4.8 / 10
Vincci La Rabida
Calle Castelar, 24
41001 Seville
8.3 / 10
Hotel Vertice Sevilla
Avda. de la Aeronautica, s/n
41020 Seville
7.1 / 10
Apartamentos Luxsevilla Palacio
Avenida Secoya S/N
41020 Seville
6.8 / 10
Hostal Jentoft
Calle Benidorm, 2
41001 Seville
Hotel Europa Sevilla
Calle Jimios, 5
41001 Seville
Novotel Sevilla Marques Del Nervion
Avenida Eduardo Dato 71
41005 Seville
7.5 / 10
Hotel Abril
Jeronimo Hernandez 20
41003 Seville
7.6 / 10
Best Western Hotel Cervantes
C/ Cervantes, 10
41003 Seville
7.9 / 10

Rich in Tradition

Seville, the capital of Andalusia is a city in Southern Spain. The country's fourth largest city, Saville has a metro area of 1.5 million people and and was founded by the Romans over 2,200 years ago.

Seville was under Muslim control for almost 500 years, and the combination of Roman, Moorish, and Spanish influence give the city a distinct and lively culture

San Pablo Airport serves the city, and caters to budget airlines. It is about 25 minutes to downtown by car, and there is a bus that runs every half hour from the airport to downtown. Spain has great high speed rail with a 3 hour ride to Madrid and an overnight train to Barcelona.


When Travelling to Seville, visitors should look into buying a Sevilla Card, which includes admission to most museums and monuments, unlimited use of public transportation and discounts to some shops and restaurants.

The quintessential way to spend an evening in Seville is to attend a Flamenco show. Some places like El Arenal -The Cultural Centre, allow will simply put on a performance while visitors enjoy wine and tapas. For the more adventurous La Carboneria, will give short lessons and let visitors join in the fun. The Museo del Baile Flamenco is Seville's flamenco museum.

Visitors can learn about the history of dance, see art instruments and costumes from the most famous dancers in history. Once the tour is finished, stay for a meal and performance the museum puts on.


For those even more adventurous, head over to the Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza. Built in 1758, the arena is the perfect place to watch a traditional bullfight. It is also the site where modern bullfighting is said to have been invented. While the sport is not for everyone, this arena is considered to be the most beautiful and prestigious in all of Spain. There is an attached museum that lets visitors learn about the history of Spanish bullfighting. The Season runs from April to May and August to October.