In the centre of Seville, 10 minutes from the Cathedra

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Hotel Cervantes

Ideal location

Hotel Cervantes is located in the old town of Seville, in the area of La Campana next to Calle Sierpes, Plaza de la Encarnación and Alameda de Hércules. Thanks to its magnificent location you will just be a short walk away from all the main monuments in the Andalusian capital.

Address: Calle Cervantes, 10 - 12 (41003) - Sevilla (España), 41003, Sevilla, Spain

  • 37.3954128º37º 23' 43.48608" N
  • -5.993422866º-5º 59' 36.3223176" W

Excellent transport communications

  • Seville Airport: 7 miles

  • Plaza de Armas Bus Station: 15-minute walk

  • Santa Justa train station: 2.5 miles connection with hotel via Bus 32 – bus stop 350 yds. Away

  • The hotel has private parking (with surcharge)

Near the hotel

Parque de María Luisa

Declared an Asset of Cultural Interest within the “Historical Garden” category, this famous park was part of the private gardens of San Telmo Palace, which once belonged to Princess María Luisa Fernanda of Bourbon. Inside the complex you can visit the Archaeological Museum of Seville, the Museum of Art and Popular Customs and the Royal Pavilion among other attractions.

1.7 miles

Distance from the hotel

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Feria de Abril

The Andalusian festival par excellence is an event that takes place one or two weeks after Holy Week. It gathers all the locals from Seville and visitors from around the world in the fair grounds of Barrio de los Remedios, where everyone enjoys exquisite local gastronomy in either the little marquees or from the many stalls, which sell many different delicacies suitable to eat at any time of the day.

2.1 miles

Distance from the hotel

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Horse-drawn carriage ride

Seville is a city that everyone falls in love with when they visit it. Its climate, its people, its gastronomy and its monuments are just some of the many characteristics that make this city irresistibly seductive and unforgettable. One of the most romantic ways of discovering it is doing so on a horse-drawn carriage, starting in Calle Mateos Gago (in Plaza de la Giralda) and then riding through the whole of the old town.

0.7 miles

Plaza de la Giralda

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Flamenco and sevillanas

In Seville, tourists can enjoy this art every day in the famous tablaos, the direct descendants of the old cafés that used to have live music; local groups in the different districts or in the local festivals. Also, throughout the year, there are many other important festivals such as the famous Flamenco Biennial, which gathers some of flamenco’s most important singers and dancers.

September – October

Flamenco Biennial

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Bullfighting

The Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla bullring is the home of bullfighting in Seville. It is a special place for all bullfighting fans who attend this show during Feria de Abril and it’s considered as the second most important bullring in Spain, behind Madrid’s, and the one with the most bullfighting tradition, known as the “Cathedral of Bullfighting”.

0.9 miles

Real Maestranza bullring

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The cathedral and La Giralda

The Cathedral of Santa María de la Sede de Sevilla was built in a Late Gothic style and is one of the most visited monuments in the city. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and an Asset of Exceptional Universal Value. It was built on the site of the old Aljama Mosque in Seville, of which its famous Orange Tree Patio and minaret still stand, the latter known as La Giralda.

0.7 miles

Distance from the hotel

Hotel Cervantes