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.
From the Seville Travel Guide
This is perfect for solo traveler. Central, surrounded by restaurants and shops. Seven minute walk to Cathedral. Short No 32 Bus ride from train station. Clean room, own bathroom with towels changed each day. Value. Recommended. ... more
Small but sufficient room for a one night stay. Very friendly staff. Teeny tiny shared bathrooms, but always had hot water. No kitchen or breakfast. Slightly annoying doorbell that you have to use to get in, as its rather loud and makes it difficult for people trying to sleep. ... more
The hotel in Seville proved to be quite the quaint little place to stay, complete with knight's armour, spears, swords and a nice dark and moody interior in the waiting room. The location ...
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