Seville has a special colour
According to the song, Seville has a special colour, but it also has a scent to orange blossom. From our hotel, we are pleased to suggest you different visits, so you can check it.
Points of interest
The Giralda, the cathedral’s tower, and the Torre del Oro are the most famous monuments in the city. Taking a walk through the mythical district of Triana has become a tradition among tourists. You can’t leave Seville without contemplating the city from the recently inaugurated Setas de la Encarnación, or visiting the Real Alcázar, the Basilica and the Macarena Museum. The Alameda de Hércules area is well-known because of its nightlife.
Address: Plaza de la Virgen de los Reyes.
Phone: 95 421 49 71.
Visiting hours: Monday-Saturday 11:00-17:00; Sunday 14:00-18:00.
Address: Plaza Virgen de los Reyes.
Visiting hours: Monday-Saturday: 10.30-17 h. Sunday and holidays: 10.30-13.30 h., 14-16 h.
Torre del Oro
By the bank of the river Guadalquivir, it is one of the city symbols which houses the Sea Museum.
Address: Paseo de las Delicias.
Visiting hours: Tuesday-Saturday: 10-14 h. Sunday: 11-14h.
Routes from the hotel
The Macarena district, where our hotel is located, is one of the most beautiful and populated districts in Seville. In the past, the Arch that can be found near the Basilica de la Hermandad de La Macarena, was one of the entrances to the city and left out the Hospital de la Sangre o de Las Cinco Llagas (current Andalusian Parliament). There are still some archaeological remains belonging to the city wall from the 12th century.
One of the most famous streets in Seville is that of Feria, where you can find Gothic-Mudejar buildings as well as the Palacio de Las Dueñas, place of birth of the poet Antonio Machado and current address of the Alba Duchess.
The Basilica de la Hermandad de La Macarena, the cradle of the Andalusian religious fervor, opens from 9.00 to 13.00 h. and from 17.00 to 21.00 hours, and its Museum opens from 9.15 to 13.30 hours and from 17.00 to 20.00 hours.