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Holiday rental apartments in Seville

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A1_CON ENCANTO, JUNTO CATEDRAL Y REAL ALCÁZAR
SUPERHOST
Entire rental unit · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom

A1_CON ENCANTO, JUNTO CATEDRAL Y REAL ALCÁZARIn THE heart of THE SANTA CRUZ neighborhood, a short walk from: - the majestic CATHEDRAL and THE GIRALDA - THE ALCAZAR Palace and its famous gardens - the archive of the Indies... It is located on the first floor, in a magical corner of one of the most moving squares in Seville: the Plaza de la Alianza. The apartment has a kitchen open to the living room, 1 bedroom with bathroom, and an inner courtyard. An ideal space for those looking for an exceptional corner in the heart of Seville.

Central  cosy attic flat .
SUPERHOST
Entire loft · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom

Central cosy attic flat .Small and beautifull estudio in the very heart of sevilla. Walking distance from everything,perfect to wander around in the small streets of the centre. You can also sit in the terrace relax and enjoy the view. Recently renovated its perfect for your stay in sevilla. Come and enjoy it!

Apartment in the center of Seville
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Entire rental unit · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom

Apartment in the center of SevilleThe apartment has a bedroom with double bed, a bathroom a large kitchen with all appliances and a comfortable living room with a large dining table. Nearby you have several supermarkets, bars and laundry.

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Popular apartment amenities in Seville

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

Houses in Seville

SUPERHOST
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Sevilla
Ático Nuevo Centro de Sevilla sin Gastos limpieza!
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Sevilla
Apartment in the center of the city with parking
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire loft
  2. Sevilla
Magnificent studio in the Historical Center
PLUS
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Sevilla
El Escondite de la calle Aire. Un romántico apartamento en el corazón de Sevilla
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Sevilla
The BEST DUPLEX in the heart of Seville
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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Sevilla
"LIVING BY CATHEDRAL" LUXURY IN FRONT OF CATHEDRAL
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Sevilla
Estudio en Centro de Sevilla
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Sevilla
APARTAMENTO EN PLENO CENTRO
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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Sevilla
Casa Mora Triana. Ático-dúplex con terraza mirador
PLUS
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Sevilla
Apartamento vintage con balcones en tradicional barrio sevillano en el centro
SUPERHOST
  1. Private room
  2. Sevilla
Nice Firenze Room in Seville City Center
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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Sevilla
Casa Mavi

Top-rated things to do in Seville

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  • Paella Experience with a Pro
    During this class you will have the chance to prepare your own PAELLA and SANGRÍA in a live interactive cooking class online. We will adapt the utensils and ingredients needed to those you already have or can easily find in your local grocery store. WE will prepare the traditional PAELLA Valenciana, made with chicken and vegetables. However, YOU can adapt the recipe to a vegetarian option or to any dietary restrictions. If that is the case, please let us know in advance. Classes are designed for both novice and experienced cooks so that you will be able to learn and develop new techniques and skills. At the end, we will give you written recipes and you will learn lots of tips! Other things to note WE will prepare the traditional PAELLA Valenciana, made with chicken and vegetables. However, YOU can adapt the recipe to a vegetarian diet or to any dietary restrictions. If so, please, just let us know in advance.
    From Price:£22/person
  • Gypsy Flamenco Fiesta & Dance Lesson
    This is a beginners class for all! The aim is to have fun, learn the basic movements, the important social etiquette of flamenco and a short flamenco routine. You’ll be ready to dance at any party like a local! I’ll first share interesting tales about the beautiful and mysterious culture, the art and lifestyle. See how we really do live flamenco here in Seville. There is no other way to delve so deep into this world - apart from living here for 20 years! Then, to dance! Learn about important posture, energy and attitude, rhythms and clappings, hand and arm movements and key party steps. We will also do a «remate», this is a rhythmical response to singing that is sure to impress! Your short fiesta routine includes: Entering the dance floor in style, Step and hand movements to make you look like a local, The «remate», And of course, the classy exit. In a typical fiesta we do short dances so that everyone can participate. Meanwhile, others clap and encourage dancers with «jaleos» like "olé!". To outsiders it sounds like heckling, to us it’s the best energy there is - you’ll learn more! After the class we'll have time to go over any questions you have. I will also send you the best souvenirs to help you keep dancing! - A video of what you have just learnt - A unique footwork tutorial and, - Two personal playlists of the best traditional and modern flamenco music Other things to note - This is a fun lesson for everyone and no knowledge of flamenco or dance is needed - You need a reliable wifi connection
    From Price:£15/person
  • Stand Up Paddle with an instructor
    Our tour, which lasts an hour and a half, begins with safety instructions and an explanation of the basic notions. Once on the river, we leave the Puente de San Telmo and we take a route that goes through all the points of interest, witnesses of our cultural heritage, explaining their stories and their secrets: the majestic Giralda, the captivating bridge of Triana and the magic Torre del Oro among others. On our way, we will take photos so that you have wonderful memories of this unique experience. Our monitors will always watch for your security in order to make you feel confortable and enjoy the moment! We also have the best boards and equipment in the market. We maintain small groups to give personalized attention. Then we will return to our point of departure where you can ask us all the questions you want about places to visit, places to go out (bars, restaurants, flamenco tablaos etc ...). ---- Doing SUP with us is to support sustainability projects and fulfill our commitment to the environment. Likewise, you will collaborate with the diffusion of slow turism, which means taking your time and reducing your environmental footprint. Follow us and keep up to date with our latest news and photos : Instagram : @paddlesurfsevilla Facebook :@paddlesurfsevilla Website : paddlesurfsevilla.com Other things to note - It does not matter if it's your first time on a board
    From Price:£22/person
  • Spanish Wine and Cheese tasting
    Cansado de que todas las experiencias sean enfocadas al turista? Reserva esta experiencia y compartirarás momentos increíbles con personas locales. NO es un evento solo para turistas. Tired of all experiences being focused on the tourist? Book this experience and you will share incredible moments with local people. It is NOT an event for tourists. My name is André, I am a sommelier that specialises in Spanish wines. I have started Flor de Sal wine bar to give you the best opportunity in experiencing the wonderful wines from this country. During your tasting you will try a variety of Spanish wines from an array of wine regions all paired with wonderful Spanish cheeses. An experience not to be missed. You will form part of my standard tastings that are hosted in Spanish, however you are welcome to join, I will translate in English for you. Come for a truly local experience in a local neighbourhood.
    From Price:£30/person
  • Exclusive Alcazar tour - Fast access
    This will be a much deeper and in a reduced group visit to the Alcazar than the usual, with a maximum of 8 guests I offer a real experience, more personalised, where questions are obviously welcome. We'll meet at the main monumental area of Sevilla. There I'll give you a historical introduction of the city and the site and we'll get to see the first remains of this complex of palaces, nowadays out of the tourist visit. After this first insight and getting to know each other we'll enter the Alcazar from the fast track line. Once inside I'll give you explanations about the Justice Room and the Palace of Plaster. You'll be fascinated from the decorations and stories that happened there. Then we'll see the House of Trade and the Admiral's Room and you'll discover the importance of Seville and the Alcazar during the discovery and conquest of the Americas. Our next stop will be at the Mudejar Palace, built by Peter I back in the 1300's. The mixure of the different Moorish styles with the Christian atmosphere made that every king wanted to leave his legacy in this structure. The last structure we'll visit will be the Gothic Palace, the first Christian building of the Alcazar built after the Reconquest. Then we'll head to the gorgeous gardens to finish our 2 hour guided tour at Maria Padilla Baths. Then you'll have all the time needed to explore the garden at your pace
    From Price:£42/person

Your guide to Seville

Welcome to Seville

Seville knows how to enjoy itself with style and flair — but then again, you’d expect no less from the home of flamenco. At the city’s heart sits the historic Barrio de Santa Cruz, whose medieval lanes and cobbled alleys are overlooked by the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. Its 97.5-metre-tall belltower, La Giralda, began as a minaret, and Andalusia’s rich, complex past is written all over the city’s architecture, from the breathtaking Mudejar Palace and gardens of the Royal Alcazar to the stately elegance of the Plaza de España. Endowed by its prosperous merchant past, Seville’s taste for the good life spills out in its tapas bars, trendy restaurants, and joyful embrace of outdoor activities on the Guadalquivir, Spain’s only navigable river. There’s plenty of late-night life, too, from the thrill of Triana to the LGTBQ hangouts of Alameda de Hércules, both neighbourhoods where the flamenco culture still thrives.


How do I get around Seville?

Seville Airport (SVQ) is one of Andalusia’s two chief airports; while it does operate some international routes, most flights connect here via Madrid (MAD) or Barcelona (BCN). It’s a 15-minute drive or taxi ride to the city centre, or there’s a bus that takes 35 minutes. Seville is also well served by high-speed rail links from across Europe, and the train station is centrally located. It’s best to avoid driving in the city’s precarious, one-way streets; there’s a metro line, a tram line, and a useful network of buses, and taxis and rideshares are easy to come by. But most distances are short enough for walking, and the landscape is comfortably flat for cycling: There are 250 bikeshare stations throughout the city, and 100 miles of cycle paths.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Seville?

Spring in Seville is special. The weather is at its mildest, and the city’s splendid gardens burst into bloom. It also coincides with fiesta time, too. Semana Santa is the world’s most famous Holy Week celebration, while the April Fair that follows fills the streets with noise and merriment. At the height of summer, it’s often too hot to do much in the afternoon, so it’s best to follow the example of the locals by staying indoors until evening, and staying up all night (the outdoor concerts at the Jardines del Alcázar start at 10 p.m.), or heading for the coast. The weather in autumn is pleasant, and winter can be rainy, but Christmas has a charm of its own, as does February, when the Carnival of Seville takes place, as well as Andalucia Day.


What are the top things to do in Seville?

Parque de María Luisa

Surrounded by a series of gorgeous pavilions housing splendid museums — with the magnificent Plaza de España at its centre — Seville’s chief public park was once a royal estate. Its 100-acre expanse, including a 500-metre canal on which you can go boating, is a glorious infusion of the city’s Renaissance and Moorish heritage with Art Deco styling, created in the 1920s.

Hospital de los Venerables Sacerdotes

Seville was the 17th-century home of one of Spain’s most famous painters, and this former hospice for priests is now an art centre dedicated to him. A beautiful building in its own right, its baroque surroundings are the perfect place to see the artist’s masterpieces in their historic context.

Metropol Parasol

Also known as “The Mushrooms” (Las Setas) for its frankly fungal look, this contemporary plaza, built in 2011, sprouts up near La Encarnación square. Sheltering bars, restaurants, an archaeological museum, and even a farmers’ market within its extraordinary timber canopy, it’s also a great place to catch views out over the city.

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