Beautiful apartment in the old part of the center of Seville, Barrio Santa Cruz. The building is an old Sevillian style house, located in the central neighborhood of Santa Cruz (Casco Antiguo).
It has very high ceilings with wooden beams in the ceiling. A well designed, bright and spacious living room with a dining table with seating for 4 people. A quality sofa and very comfortable. The living room as well as the whole house is very quiet and a perfect place to rest, read, watch TV or whatever you want.
It has 2 rooms. The main very wide and a high quality bed and 150 cm wide. Equally very well designed with fitted wardrobes and very quiet. The second bedroom is very nice and also has a quality bed in this case simple and perfect for 1 person.
The kitchen is completely new and equipped with appliances and cooking utensils. It also has a washing machine for the use of our guests. In the living room you will find a nice and comfortable sofa, TV and dining table. WIFI. You only have to enjoy it!
It is an ideal place for couples with or without children and friends .
Services and common areas
The entire apartment will be at your complete and exclusive disposal.
Attention to the guests
Prior to your arrival we will contact you to recommend the easiest ways to get to the apartment according to whether you plan to come by car, train or plane. In case you requested it, we could send by e-mail a map with the route to arrive comfortably. We will help you to make your stay more enjoyable by providing tickets at any time, we will give you suggestions to enjoy Seville every moment and know all its secrets. We offer the transfer service from the different train, bus and airport stations with regular taxi fares. Bikes are available for rent and different original services that show a real current Seville and the past in a humanistic way. Visitors are offered the possibility of contracting any service they wish in the city as well as booking restaurants, requesting taxis etc. In addition, routes for small groups are made to different sites in Andalusia and Morocco. I have a van with 9 seats available to guests for visits to the beaches or any city or town in Andalusia. When desired, an accompanying guide can be requested for the different visits. Of course your trip will be more accurate and we will help you to show the city as it is without hiding its secrets from the past. You can visit our Sevilla Moving site to see the activities in Seville.
If you have any special needs, you can inform us before your arrival to try to help them in everything that is in our power.
Upon your arrival, we will receive you personally and spend time explaining all the amenities you have in the apartment, as well as suggesting what to do in our city to enjoy your time, both touristy and gastronomically. We will also tell you where the supermarkets, nearest pharmacies and any other service you may need are located. Of course, we will answer any questions you may have.
We have a 24-hour telephone or email in case you need to contact us for any subject or for an emergency or consultation.
The owner has the services of the Sevilla Moving company so that their guests do not miss any detail and have a perfect visit. Sevilla Moving also carries out activities in Seville of all kinds. All creative and quality so that visitors do not miss a detail of the wonders of the city.
The apartment is fully equipped to enjoy a fantastic stay in Seville. If you come by car we have parking (on request) about 5 minutes from the apartment walking for € 17 per day. Visit our website sevillamoving.com to perform any of our activities.
Its strategic location in the center of the city will allow you to walk through the most important, popular and crowded neighborhood of Seville and enjoy its typical and narrow streets, its tapas bars and all its charm and beauty. Just a few steps away you will find the Cathedral, the Reales Alcázares, the Murillo Gardens, the Patio de Banderas, the Jewish Quarter, the Hospital de los Venerables and the squares of Santa Cruz, Santa Marta and El Triunfo. Very close also to the Plaza de Toros, Plaza de España, Casa de Pilatos and a walk from the walls of the Macarena. Just a few minutes from the streets Sierpes and Tetuán to go shopping !. Santa Cruz is one of the most important and popular neighborhoods of Seville (Spain), corresponding to a part of the old medieval Jewish quarter of Seville, next to the neighborhood of San Bartolomé. Located in the center of the city, it borders on the west with the surroundings of the Cathedral; to the south with the gardens of the Alcázar; to the east with the Murillo Gardens and to the north with Santa María la Blanca street. It has its origin in the old Jewish Quarter of Seville, when King Ferdinand III of Castile conquered the city, concentrated in Seville the second most important Jewish community in Spain, after that of Toledo. After the expulsion of the Jews in 1483, the neighborhood of Santa Cruz plummeted, until at the beginning of the 19th century the recovery of the neighborhood was decided, for which the street of Mateos Gago was opened (the only relatively broad street in the neighborhood ) and the square that bears his name was redeveloped. In the current Plaza de Santa Cruz was once located the parish of Santa Cruz, which originally gave its name to this neighborhood. The church, of Mudejar style, had been built on the remains of a synagogue that was located on the same site. During the government of French occupation (1811) the church was demolished within a redevelopment plan of the city and in the resulting site was established the Plaza de Santa Cruz. The parish located there was moved to the former convent of the Clérigos del Espíritu Santo, which is currently the Church of Santa Cruz, located on Mateos Gago street. It is a labyrinth formed by narrow streets and alleys like the old Jewish quarters to get rid of the scorching sun of the Sevillian summer, creating currents of fresh air, ending in squares that seem far from the center of the city, famous are the Plaza de los Venerables filled with tascas and terraces, takes its name from the old Hospital for Venerables (URL HIDDEN) according to the gossip, in this square Don Juan Tenorio could have been born; or the one that gives its name to the neighborhood, the Plaza de Santa Cruz, which has a seventeenth-century locksmith's cross built on the old Mudejar parish of Santa Cruz; the Plaza de las Cruces, small and with three columns ending in crosses; the Plaza de Doña Elvira, elegant with its azulejos and orange trees and a fountain and flower beds with brick and tile seats, formerly used as Corral de Comedias, in this square it is rumored that the impossible love of Don Juan Tenorio, the mythical Doña, was born Inés de Ulloa, at least that's what one of the tiles in the plaza says; the Plaza de los Refinadores there is a gallant sculpture of the mythical conqueror of women; the Plaza de Alfaro; the Plaza de la Alianza, formerly known as Plaza del Pozo Seco, borders the wall; or the alley of the Water, parallel to the walls, and by which the water was brought to the Reales Alcázares, and this alley of the writer Washington Irving was also lodging, as a plaque made by Mariano Benlliure recalls. Leaving this alley we come across the beautiful Jardines de Murillo, another charming place in Seville. Another exit from the neighborhood is the Callejón de la Judería, which places us at the end in the huge Patio de Banderas that is formed by a farm that surrounds the Royal Palace and its walls. Regarding the streets, there is the one of Las Cruces that has two wooden crosses in a wall painted red; the street of Santa Teresa, where the Murillo House Museum and a Carmelite convent dating from the seventeenth century founded by the Saint of Avila are located; and the street of Lope de Rueda, which has several mansions, other streets of less relevance but no less beautiful are the Calle de la Gloria, Calle Mezquita, Calle Vida, Calle Pimienta, Calle Justino de Neve, the Jamerdana Street and Susona Street, formerly Calle de la Muerte. And one of the most famous, Mateos Gago street, from where you can contemplate one of the best views of the Giralda.
The best option to visit the city is on foot or by bike. We have available bicycles to rent for € 12 per day or per hour (special price for guests). To go to the airport, the best option is to request the transfer service with a reliable taxi.