a unique combination of influences and regional traditions
, including numerous festivals, flamenco dancing and delicious tapas
. Blurring the boundaries between quintessential Andalusian culture and a more cosmopolitan city scene
, Seville is a fantastic city to visit at any time of year.
You can easily explore the city by foot
, to discover Moorish, Renaissance and Baroque architecture,
along with the beautifully picturesque Barrio Santa Cruz
, with its quaint cobbled streets and tightly packed houses, before heading to more Bohemian Traina, on the other side of the river.
Located just 5 minutes’ walk from the Hotel Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza, you can find Seville’s Sierpes Street
which is famous for its shopping and the Pilate's House
, an Andalusian palace.
You are also within walking distance to the famous Cathedral,
the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, as well as the Reales Alcázares
- one of the oldest palaces in the world.Seville is also famed for its many restaurants
. Eat like the locals do and visit several tapas bars in an evening, hopping from one to the next trying the house specialties, all washed down with manzanilla sherry or a cold beer.