Seville (Sevilla in Spanish) is a city in Andalusia in southern Spain best known for its Moorish fort-cum-palace, the Alcázar. It also boasts the distinction of being the place where tapas were first invented. Seville was founded over 2,000 years ago by the Romans, who were displaced from the region early in the 8th century by the Moors.
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We enjoyed our stay at Hotel Un Patio Al Sur and would come back again if in Seville. The room was impeccably clean and serviced daily. The upstairs terrace was relaxing and a great spot to relax in the evening. The staff were helpful and friendly, and we were able to walk everywhere we wanted to go in Seville. ... more
Ideally situated in the old historic part of the city. Lovely bright clean fresh hotel with very helpful staff. Totally good value for money, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would highly recommend. ... more
Where to celebrate a birthday in Seville?
Hi. A friend of mine is spending his birthday on Seville. It's going to be a thursday in next month. Any tips of bars and places that have a good vibe? Thanks. Aline ...
Madrid, Valencia, and Seville
Hey, I'm trying to figure out how to divide five days between Madrid, Seville, and Valencia. I know this is a challenge but I will be making the most out of every day. I could turn this into 6 days ...
Seville - Granada - Almeria
Hey hey! Just bought some flights on a whim in the Ryanair sale (ends tonight, hurry up if you want some). In to Seville, out from Almeria, less than £60 round trip for 2 of us! I get to see Seville ...
Fun day exploring Seville. First an audio tour of the Real Alcazar which is the oldest Royal Palace of Europe still in use. Plaza de Espana has been used for scenes from Star Wars Episode 1 The Phantom Menace & Episode II Attack of the Clones, Lawrence of Arabia & The Dictator And of course ...
Posted in UK & EUROPE HOLIDAY 2013 by vandk
This weekend the director of our program planned a group trip down to Seville for the first 56 students to sign up. He claimed that Seville was an experience we all needed, and I totally agree, however ...
Posted in Semester Abroad 2011 by klgrover