Centro Historico de Sevilla

Centro Historico de Sevilla, Seville: Address, Centro Historico de Sevilla Reviews: 5/5

Centro Historico de Sevilla

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JoanJh
Saratoga, CA440 contributions
Mar 2022
We stayed in this neighborhood which is charming and very clean. There are tons of shops, bars, tapa restaurants in the area. While there are a lot of people and businesses in the neighborhood, it never gets noisy since cars are not allowed inside this area.
Written March 17, 2022
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Natasha
Glasgow, UK7 contributions
Oct 2020
The centre has plenty to see and do, we were lucky that our Hotel was inside this historic city giving us plenty of opportunities to explore. The weather was good, with very little tourists around. All the major attractions are in this area, it has a lovely feel especially at nights. Restautants are great too.
Written January 19, 2021
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Cymro
Coimbra, Portugal3,344 contributions
Jul 2020
I found Seville to be a lovely city, with many historic buildings and numerous narrow streets, and its inhabitants very friendly. I visited at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic and it felt like I virtually had the city to myself, there were so few tourists. I suspect that in a 'normal' year, it is packed with tourists during the summer months. I was only there for 3 nights and I will definitely return.
Written September 13, 2020
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Roxana Travel & Dining Reviews
Greenwich, CT164 contributions
Jan 2020
One of the most architecturally enchanting cities in Europe that oozes with Arabic influences, remnants of past Muslim dominated Spain. With so much history here, from the site of Columbus’ tomb found at the gothic Cathedral of Sevilla to the Moorish style Seville Royal Palace, the Alcazar, one day is simply not long enough to enjoy everything this city has to offer.

Also known as the southern Capital of Spain, Sevilla’s historical district houses lavishly beautiful aristocratic mansions built during the height of the city’s commercial trading days. Residents watch the world go by from flowered balconies that overlook orange-tree lined squares, water fountains and cobbled streets.

We were here on a Sunday. The streets were teeming with people strolling, eating at cafes and local bars or shopping. This city is truly alive and full of creative energy. There’s a magnetism to this place that draws you in.

The historical district is walkable, but if you want to cover ground faster, there are horse-drawn carriages lined up at major squares like the Plaza del Triunfo between the Alcazar and the Cathedral.

We parked at Aparcamiento Cano y Cueto and walked through narrow lanes in the historical Jewish Quarter to reach the sites. There are 3 driving routes you can take from Marbella. We took the road through Ronda and saw some of the most spectacular mountain landscapes and farmlands we’ve ever seen. It took us just over 2 hours from the coast. We will be returning to this captivating city.
Written January 26, 2020
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Petertheswiss
Lucerne, Switzerland158 contributions
Feb 2020
The historical center of Sevilla is with its many beautiful houses, charming alleys a perfect place to get acquainted with Spanish life at its best. At night, the old town is extremely lively with hundreds of tasty eating places and bars. Pure entertainment!
Written February 27, 2020
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TACOB0B
United States1,131 contributions
Jan 2020 • Couples
We had walked to this area from the Acuario de Seville. This part of town is a bit of a mixed bag. It is quite interesting and fun wandering around and getting lost on all the winding streets and allies. The architecture in this part of town is amazing with the cathedral and all the other old buildings and churches. However, that being said, it is by far the most touristy part of town we have come upon so far. Lots of souvenir shops and lots and lots of people. We highly recommend braving the crowds and exploring this area.
Written January 2, 2020
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nnmercman
Camberley, UK13,158 contributions
Jan 2020
Seville is a great city and reasonably compact which makes it easy to walk round - don’t forget to cross the river and check out the Triana districts as well. The archeological museum is ground zero for the old quarter with it’s narrow streets full of bars and cafes (plus fly posters and graffiti!). As you wander round don’t forget to look up as that’s where you’ll glimpse all the great architecture (many of the street level facades have been changed over the years). Some of the side streets and alleys are scruffy plus the city council should make an effort get rid of beggars and “lucky heather” hawkers.
Written January 9, 2020
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sundials0ft
Morpeth, UK19 contributions
May 2022
The historic centre of Sevilla has a large cathedral and a Moorish palace set in among dozens of little narrow streets packed with restaurants, bars, small shady squares and lively goings on. The centre is busy with guided tours. This area is good for a couple of days visit.
Written May 25, 2022
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Jean-Marie B
Albufeira, Portugal21 contributions
Dec 2019
During day time it is quiet and romantic; but after 6 PM it is so crowded, it is difficult to walk.
Difficult to shoot photos that show all its beauty, especially a night, unless you have a good camera and wide zoom. Forget smartphone photos; they show only a frction of the real beauty
Written January 4, 2020
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KathleenR_28
Port Dover, Canada6,325 contributions
Jan 2020 • Friends
I visited Seville a second time and, even after having stayed longer, it felt like I never had enough of her. She exudes life and vibrancy. Her beautiful Cathedral, the Alcazar, the narrow streets lined with one restaurant after another, the river, the people. What a delightful place. My friend and I walked everywhere ... so much to see, hear, and experience. I am sure I will be back, and it will be for a longer period of time.
Written January 22, 2020
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