It is situated in what could possibly be one of the oldest streets of Seville, in which the city was founded back in the time Tartessian. It is located on the ground floor of an old convent-college of the Order of Carmelites, faculty, like many others that existed in the city. The old building remain the major gateway entrance to the building, with a large hall, the main staircase and the largest cloisters, arcades on columns of white marble. The apartment is full of light and clarity you get from this cloister courtyard now become even exist four main courtyards, and the tranquility that is a seventeenth century building with a huge wall where the noise does not enter, cold, heat and bustle of the capital. The apartment has been completely renovated in year 2. 009, following a XI century prints, with intent to transport the visitor to that time. By entering this small but charming apartment, you are in the area of ??the living room open style. This room, though without direct light, h
Located in the historic center of Seville. A historic center which is the largest in Europe. A 5 minute walk from the main monuments of the city. Cathedral, Alcazar, Archive of the Indies and our permanent watchtower, the Giralda. As in other neighborhoods of Seville this area is full of squares, churches, small streets and bustle of the city. Visitors will find shops, old buildings renovated to house offices, private homes behind beautiful facades restored and carefully decorated places like the Plaza de San Francisco and the city. Nestled in the old Jewish quarter and next to the famous Santa Cruz district, the visitor must walk and enjoy its narrow streets adorned with geraniums, plants and traditional courtyards that are around. At the same time, you can not miss every one of the 55 existing temple in the center of the city, some of the twelfth and others as the Savior's Church, located in the same square, built on the foundations of old Arab mosques. Most downtown streets are pedestrianized, making it easier to walk and savor every step every corner of the city. The most important of the streets is the Constitution Avenue, which runs through the neighborhood and pass by the Cathedral. So stay downtown is essential to approach on foot to todoslos main sights of Seville easily. On the night of Seville, one must approach the Placita Santa Cruz and enjoy a show TABLAO Flamengo IN 'THE ROOSTERS' or if you prefer drinks with Flamengo environment can be decanted by FABIOLA tavern, located in the same Fabiola Street. But if you can take a walk, the river is easily accessible and there TRIANA with tablaos Betis street full of bars and restaurants. A must is Casa Anselma in Pagés del Corro Street, where Seville enjoy the night with singing late into the night. Night to inviting anyone who wants to get close to have a good time and wait for the new day.