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The Barrio Santa Cruz used to be the Jewish quarter. The streets are narrow and form a labyrinth. It’s easy to get lost among the jasmine-scented streets… only to discover a convent or a palace or a hotel. Many of the palaces have wrought iron gates...more
We ate in Santa Cruz most nights as it had less bustling crowds than some of the other tourist parts, despite spending a long time in the area we kept getting lost and then discovering a new square or alleyway with a bodega or restaurant,...More
The old Jewish quarter is the absolute best part of Seville! It’s filled with great restaurants and shops of all kinds. The fabulous aromas of candies, foods and spices fill the air and add to the ambience. It borders the Alcazar and the streets are...More
Arguably the most beautiful part of Seville. Perfect for families, couples and solo travellers alike, the district is bustling with restaurants and bars as well as historic attractions and sites to see. We stayed here and found a truly authentic experience of Seville in doing...More
We always prefer to stay in the historic centres of cities as then just a short stroll to the main "sights" and a short stroll back to the joys of an air conditioned hotel room. Specially in August. Santa Cruz is a wonderful place to...More
Response from Stephanie S | Reviewed this property |
Lanzarote is in the Canaries more than a 1000 miles from Andalusia` I have never been to the Canaries Don't bother planning tours to mainland Spain in such a short time-even by private jet you would be wasting your time
Response from Juan Antonio O | Reviewed this property |
I'm sorry, because I don't know, because I have not stayed in Madeire Valley. You have ask it in my comment about Barrio de Santa Cruz in Sevilla. If you have any question, about this place, I may help... More
I'm sorry, because I don't know, because I have not stayed in Madeire Valley. You have ask it in my comment about Barrio de Santa Cruz in Sevilla. If you have any question, about this place, I may help you.