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Hotels in the centre of Seville

If you are looking for hotels in the centre of Seville, the 4-star urban hotel Virgen de los Reyes, located between the neighbourhoods of Nervión and Santa Justa, offers complete and modern facilities for your holiday or business trip to Seville. With an elegant and comfortable atmosphere, the hotel is the perfect starting point to visit the city. Its services include private parking and a complete breakfast buffet.

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Fabulous hotel located in the attractive and central neighbourhood of Nervión/Santa Justa in the heart of Seville. It is surrounded by restaurants and shops, and it is just 15 minutes from the historic centre of the city. It has a fantastic café and is ideal for business or pleasure.

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What to see in Seville

Seville, capital of its homonymous province and of the region of Andalusia, is a fascinating city. With a Mediterranean climate with slight continental touches, Seville enjoys 300 days of sunshine every year, with an average temperature of 19.2ºc (66,5ºF).

The city, excepting the two districts of Triana and Los Remedios, is located on the left bank of the Guadalquivir river, a river that you can sail from Seville to its end in Mediterranean Sea, in the town of Sanlúcar de Barrameda. This makes Seville the only Spanish port town that is actually located inland.

The old town of Seville is the largest in Spain and the fourth largest in Europe. With a rich legacy in culture and monuments, the city is full of thrilling hidden places to discover.

Discover its most emblematic monuments, starting with the cathedral of Seville, the largest Gothic temple in the world built on the site of an old mosque after the Reconquista, followed by the Alcázar and the Giralda, the other two main symbols of the city. The former is a spectacular palace built across many eras which is straight out the One Thousand and One Nights. Although it is reminiscent of old Arab palaces, the most famous areas like the Courtyard of the Maidens were built after the Reconquista in a Mudejar style which tried to imitate the architecture of the Alhambra in Granada.

La Giralda is another of Seville’s emblems, an Arab tower from the Twelfth century which, despite being converted into a Christian bell tower, is still reminiscent of famous minarets like the one from the Koutoubia mosque in Marrakech.

Other essential places to visit are the General Archive of the Indies, the Gold Tower and María Luisa Park. However, the one place you simply must have on your list of sites to visit is Plaza de España, a square in the middle of María Luisa Park that will take your breath away. Stay in Seville, you will fall in love with it!

What to do in Seville

Flamenco is one of the main reasons why you should go and find hotels in Seville. There is no better place in the whole of Spain to enjoy this art than the Andalusian capital. In the city you can find different tablaos (flamenco stages), including the famous El Arenal and Los Gallos, two traditional venues where you can enjoy a flamenco show accompanied by an exquisite glass of wine.

Seville’s cultural programme is also extensive. Discover some of its most important museums such as the Museum of Fine Arts, the Flamenco Dance Museum and the Maritime Museum among others. Go for a stroll on the banks of the Guadalquivir river and lose yourself in the streets of the Triana neighbourhood to soak in the authentic essence of Seville.

Lastly, let the city’s delicious cuisine seduce you: gazpacho, Andalusian stew, oxtail stew, pescaíto frito (deep-fried fish), huevos a la flamenca (baked egg with vegetables), pincho moruno (marinated pork skewers)… The list is endless. The neighbourhoods of Santa Cruz and Triana are two of the best areas to find tapas bars and restaurants, with places like La Blanca Paloma, Casa Ruperto and Las Golondrinas, where you can try traditional recipes like quail, stew of the day, sirloin steaks, cuttlefish and much more, without forgetting about the orange wine served at La Goleta.

Seville is a lively and colourful city, especially in spring, with the arrival of the two most important festivals of the year: Holy Week, known around the world for its traditional processions; and the Feria de Abril, an extraordinary folkloric festival that brings out the city’s most authentic side.

Stay at Virgen de los Reyes, a fantastic hotel in the city of Seville located in the Santa Justa district, and discover all the wonderful charm of this city.