The hotel is situated in Santa Cruz, the old Jewish quarter of Seville. Many of the city's highlights are nearby or a short walk away.
The Cathedral, Plaza de España and the Real Maestranza are within 10 minutes of Las Casas De La Judería Sevilla.
Seville offers a combination of exotic influences and regional traditions, including religious festivals, flamenco dancing and delicious tapas. Blurring the boundaries between quintessential Andalusian culture and a more cosmopolitan city scene, Seville is certainly a contender for the title of best Spanish city.
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.