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The Andalusian city of Seville is located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River and is rich in historical, architectural and cultural treasures. The Catedral de Sevilla (Seville Cathedral) is stunning in its sheer size, containing impressive gilded images. Beside the cathedral is La Giralda, the bell tower that was once a minaret. On the other side of the square stands the great Real Alcázar (Royal Palace), where more than a thousand years of Christian and Moorish design collide in spectacular fashion.
The people of Seville are known for their passion, which is reflected in the two major festivals held before and after Easter. Semana Santa de Sevilla is one of the largest religious processions in the world, while the Feria de Abril will give local residents a chance let their hair down during a week of festivities, full of flamenco and other treats.
Seville is reputed to have one of the highest concentrations of pubs in all of Europe. Not surprisingly is has a reputation as a major party town. Start your evening with a plate of juicy olives, some delicious ham and patatas bravas (fried potatoes with a spicy sauce) in one of the many tapas bars. Then go to a gig or catch football match in Seville's La Cartuja, one of the largest stadiums in Spain, before hitting the bars and clubs around town.
In Seville it’s easy to watch those pennies; public transport is excellent, inexpensive and regular bus services run to all the important places. Explore the city at a slower pace by hiring a bicycle through the public bicycle rental program, Sevici, or choose to stay near the old town, where most of the important historical attractions are, so you can explore the area on foot.
The number of visitors drops during the summer months when the temperature rises to a scorching 36 ° C. The best time to visit is during the autumn or spring, which is also when the festivals are held.
A: To avoid stresses such as parking fees and manoeuvring through busy city streets, many travellers decide to use public transportation or ride-share services while they're staying in central Utrera. Having said that, if you plan to head out and enjoy some new adventures in Bajo Guadalquivir, having your very own rental vehicle is a great option. If you need help finding a suitable ride, take a look at our guide to Cheap Car Hire in Province of Seville.
A: If you’re travelling to Province of Seville, typically you'll touchdown at Seville (SVQ-San Pablo). This major airport operates roughly 1,122 international flights each month.
A: Many travellers seek out apartments in Province of Seville. Having said that, there are plenty of other options. Hotels, budget hotels and country houses are also common in this destination.
A: It comes down to what kind of holiday in Province of Seville you're aiming to have. You can choose a flight and hotel, or flight, hotel and car, or hotel and car — or any of these individually. If you like, you can also add on some activities and experiences.
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A: Stay in Utrera to check out Iglesia de Santiago. This fantastic attraction attracts plenty of visitors every year.
Habitación y baño demasiado pequeños, pero las personas muy amables. Contando el coste que tiene, esta bien, limpio y las camas son cómodas.
Hotel was really lovely, and staff were fantastic
An excellent hotel for tourists or daytrippers: near train station and can walk to the historic center and the Parasol.
Not in the centre of things, this is good. Not far from attractions. 10 minutes to 20 minutes walk to a lot of the historic places. Local restaurants very friendly and reasonable. Melia restaurant top notch.
Service was exceptional and the property well maintained and cleaned plus in a perfect area to explore Seville
Good property with a great location Sadly no coffee machine available 24/7 just during normal operational hours. People card you can just park on the street.
Really nice property. Newly renovated room and bath. Lifts. Excellent breakfast buffet for €11. Don't skip the breakfast buffet. Very pleased, excellent bed and slept great.