Popular Lettings in Sevilla
Highlights in Sevilla
- Great wealth of monuments
- The beautiful district of Santa Cruz
- Flamenco Shows
- Holy Week in Seville
- Seville April Fair
Most popular in Sevilla
Prices and availability
Types of holiday rentals in Sevilla
Holidu offers you the possibility of choosing between a wide variety of holiday rentals in Seville, with different capacities so that you can find the most suitable one whether you are travelling as a couple, with children or with a group of friends. Most of them are located right in the centre, very close to the cathedral, the Giralda, the Torre del Oro and the Isla Magica amusement park. So that you have everything at hand and spend as little time as possible on the road. All the rentals in Seville are fully equipped and decorated with a very elegant and modern style, so that you can enjoy a really comfortable stay.Magnificent holiday homes with terrace and private pool
If you are looking for a holiday rental in Seville that is spacious and offers you other services to relax and enjoy yours, nothing better than a holiday home. On Holidu you will find many such accommodations. Many of them are located in the same urban area of the capital, especially between the old town and the Triana district, where you will find everything you need for your holidays. But we also have many others located on the outskirts, in quieter areas, perfect for enjoying a quality rest. Both in residential neighbourhoods in the capital and in the surrounding areas, such as Valencina de la Concepcion, Bormujos, Gines or Gelves.Why book a letting in Seville?
Seville is the capital of Andalusia, modern, festive, cosmopolitan, welcoming, traditional, modern and religious are just some of the adjectives that best describe it. A city that is a faithful reflection of the "Spanish" and the "Andalusian" and offers the visitor a wide variety of attractions for all tastes and for all ages, both monumental, artistic and leisure. Seville is a city rich in monuments and places of impressive beauty. But the city also has many other attractions, such as its excellent cuisine full of traditional dishes and its popular festivals, including Holy Week and the April Fair, two celebrations that Sevillians live with special intensity and that completely transform the city. Book your rental in Seville now and give yourself a present for the holidays you've been wanting for so long!
Holidays in Seville
The area and how to find your way around
Bathed by the Guadalquivir River, the capital of Andalusia is one of the best known destinations in the world. Throughout history, Seville has been the cradle and inspiration of many important figures in the world of literature, painting and art. The simple fact of strolling through the Maria Luisa Park, enjoying the atmosphere of the Triana neighbourhood or taking a romantic boat trip is already a pleasure. A perfect destination for travelling as a couple, with family or with friends, as you will always find interesting activities to do and beautiful corners to discover. Both in the city itself and in the surrounding localities, being especially remarkable Carmona, Ecija, Marchena, Osuna and Lebrija. And for that, there is nothing better than staying in Seville in a charming letting overlooking the Guadalquivir or in an Andalusian-style house in the heart of Santa Cruz.Santa Cruz: the most popular tourist district
Santa Cruz is next to the cathedral. Its narrow alleys, its stately homes full of flowers and art and its wide range of tapas bars overlooking the Giralda make it one of the best neighbourhoods to rent a holiday rental in Seville.La Alameda: for night lovers
La Alameda is the best place to party in the old town, with the Plaza Alameda de Hercules being the most popular meeting point. A bohemian neighbourhood that wakes up at sunset, full of places that guarantee fun for any type of traveller.Triana: Seville in its purest form
The streets of Triana still preserve the most deeply rooted traditions of the city. Dozens of typical bars, marvellous views of the Guadalquivir, the Giralda and the Torre del Oro and a great desire to have a good time. All this will make booking a letting in this area of the city becomes an unforgettable experience.Nervion: quiet environment
Nervion is the perfect area for families with children and for travellers who want to rest. Located on the outskirts of the centre, but very well connected to it by underground, bus and tram. Even if you decide to go for a walk, it won't take more than half an hour.
Types of travellers and activities
Seville awaits the traveller with an impressive wealth of monuments, including the Torre del Oro, the Giralda, Plaza España and the Basilica de la Macarena. A faithful reflection of the history and all the cultures that have settled in the city over the centuries. But if there is one that deserves separate mention is the Cathedral of Santa Maria, the largest Gothic cathedral of all that exist. But what really stands out about it and for what it is known for is the Giralda, the icon par excellence of the city of Seville. This tower measures no less than 104 metres and at the time was the tallest in the world. It is worth visiting just to enjoy the breathtaking views of the Patio de los Naranjos and all of Seville.Seville for those who really feel flamenco
Fans of this musical genre will undoubtedly enjoy this city. Nothing characterizes this city better than the grace, art and devotion of its people to flamenco. Flamenco beats in the daily life of Sevillians through different spaces and artists who strive to keep their essence alive in front of the commercial shows prepared for foreign audiences and which have little or nothing to do with their true raison d'être. Therefore, remember not to go to the tablaos for foreigners. If you want to live flamenco in all its essence, mix with the locals in places like Los Gallos, El Arenal or Lola de los Reyes.
Did you know that there is a replica of the Giralda of Seville in the town of Kansas City, a town twinned with Seville? Therefore, it is also not strange that there is a street in the Andalusian capital that bears the same name as the American city.
Top 5 Recommendations in Seville
This is one of the most charming neighbourhoods of Seville and has its origin in the old Jewish quarter. It is worth getting lost in its narrow cobbled streets and discovering its beautiful squares and colourful courtyards. Do not miss the opportunity to make a stop at some of its many bars and restaurants to enjoy a good tapa of "pincho moruno" accompanied by a delicious Aljarafe wine.2. Feel the religious fervor in the Holy Week of Seville
One cannot understand the devotion of the Sevillians to Holy Week until one lives it in person. Declared of National Tourist Interest, this festival is one of the most awaited of the whole year, when the city is decorated to go out to meet the more than 90 confraternities that every year take their thrones to the streets. Authentic works of art accompanied by a parade of Nazarenes and by the music of the bands.3. Mingle with the Sevillians at the Feria de Abril
Along with Holy Week, the April Fair is the city's most important celebration. If you have the possibility to book accommodation in Seville on these dates, do not hesitate to do so. Since the morning the city has already dawned with a great festive atmosphere and the desire to have a good time. Dress in flamenco, take the opportunity to taste the typical dishes of the area and ask for a bottle of rebujito. A party that offers attractions for all audiences. From small cacharritos for the smallest to day and night booths for young people and adults4. Take a romantic horseback ride through the centre of Seville
Going for a ride in a horse-drawn carriage can be a very fun experience if you are travelling with children and very romantic if you are travelling as a couple, or simply a comfortable means of transport to get to know the most interesting places in Seville when the heat tightens. The official stops to catch them are the Cathedral, Plaza de España, Maria Luisa Park, Torre del Oro, Plaza del Triunfo and Plaza de la Virgen de los Reyes and the travel time is usually about an hour.5. Try the delicious Andalusian gazpacho
If there is one thing travellers love about Seville is its exquisite cuisine, especially foreign tourists. If you visit the city for a few days, don't miss the opportunity to try such traditional dishes as gazpacho, flamenca-style eggs, bull's tail or Andalusian stew. Elaborations that will delight even the most demanding palates and that will always leave you wanting to repeat.
Only with Holidu can you find your perfect letting in Seville
Surely after knowing everything you can see and do in Seville, you can't wait any longer to visit it. Book your holiday rental in Seville with Holidu in a quick, easy and intuitive way. Once you are clear on which date you want to travel, choose the criteria you want: swimming pool, terrace, air conditioning, jacuzzi, and so on. In this way, you will be able to enjoy your stay in Seville in a cheap letting completely made to measure.