Everything seems easier in Seville
" When we planned our trip to Seville, our focus was experiencing the city’s culture and architecture. That’s why we chose the Casa Romana Hotel. Not only is the building symbolic of Andalusian styles, its rooftop terrace offers a splendid view of the Cathedral's Giralda bell tower, which also happened to be our first sight. Spending the entire morning there, we had lunch at the Casa Morales, a bar which offered a great wine selection and fantastic tapas! In the afternoon, we visited the Flamenco Dance Museum. While the exhibitions and multimedia galleries were exciting, the spectacular live flamenco performance stole the show! A visit to the flamenco clothing store El Duende de Seville at Montes Sierra Avenue 18 was the perfect end to this cultural and architectural experience. And as a plus? They also cater to children!"
When travelling to Seville, remember to stay in either the cosmopolitan hotels with five-star facilities or opulent hotels housed in historical palaces.
When travelling to Seville, you can get quality with mid-range and affordable hotels. Not only do they abound, they are also spacious and well-furnished.
When travelling to Seville, save money by staying in budget hostels or guesthouses. They are comfortable and welcoming, giving you a feeling of home.
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When travelling in Seville, remember to try the luxurious restaurants! There you can savour the local Andalusian cuisine in a genteel environment.
When travelling in Seville, you can go to great mid-range bars and cafeterias and enjoy the sprinkled appetisers that are popular among the Sevillians.
When travelling in Seville, save money by inexpensively dining on quintessential tapas, delectable cakes and freshly brewed coffee at budget restaurants.