Seville Hotels - Only the Best Listed
Seville is a relatively small city with all key attractions within walking distance. Accommodation is not expensive though rates during the high tourist season March to June and September / October do go up. Old houses with courtyards converted into hotels are a popular option to stay in Seville. Note that spring time during the Semana Santa (Holy Week) is very busy and accommodation is sold out months ahead.
Where (which neighborhood) should I stay in Seville?
El Arenal : Centrally located, with The Cathedral and the attractions nearby. Nice places to have a drink on the rooftop.
Barrio Santa Cruz : Historic, cobblestoned streets and homes with 'secret' patios.
La Cartuja : An island in the middle of the Guadalquivir river, it has a young, quirky feel that arose after it hosted the Expo in 1992.
La Macarena : Away from the city centre, with some nice Tapas bars.
Triana : An upscale neighborhood across the bridge where all the famous ceramics are. Also Calle Betis is a nice place to have a drink.
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