Adriano Sevilla

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

C/ Adriano 12, Seville, Andalusia, 41001, Spain
Hotel Adriano Sevilla
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Satisfaction Excellent
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56%
95
Very Good
31%
53
Average
6%
11
Poor
1%
2
Terrible
3%
6

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 78% more than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Families91
  • Couples91
  • Solo93
  • Business100

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Back again for help :)

by unaS

Can I have some suggestions please how best to get from Sevilla airport,
Terminal 2, to the Santa Cruz area of Sevilla, using public *transport* (bus, metro)?

The google maps are no help because I don't drive and I sure don't want to walk it :)

Re: Back again for help :)

by unaS

Thanks Pedro. Much appreciated.

Re: Back again for help :)

by puerto_lover

Actually Google Maps can help ! They are awesome. Just copy/paste these coordinates into your Google Map search box.

37°22'50"N 5°59'12"W

That should give you where the airport bus finishes next to San Sebastian park and very close (across the road ) to the Tobacco Factory (that was) which is now a big University of Seville admin place. They have changed the bus stop here several times but it is in this area.

You can then get walking directions on Google to your destination.
Maybe through the small park that is between the Alcazar and Menendez Pelayo street.

The airport bus is found at the REAR of the taxi queue. It used to be at the front of the taxi queue but maybe somebody wanted less obvious alternative choice. Runes every 30 mins and pay the driver with 2 Euros.
Seville airport is actually quite close to the city. Its a great city.

Re: Back again for help :)

by unaS

That's great Nige, thanks.

Travel Tips for Sevilla

FORBIDDEN

by clplc

It is absolutely forbidden to leave Sevilla without trying sangrias from various bars and restaurants in the city! Try to look for ones that are made in-house; some of the ones that we had tasted like they were made with a mix rather than almost from scratch.

Tapas

by Martin_S.

The Tapas legend is on its way out apparently....When we studied up on Spain before our trip we learned that "Tapas" meant "covering" and its origin was from the pubs when you ordered a beer you would get a small dish to cover the beer glass and the "custom" was to put a little something in the dish to eat, hence the "Tapas". This food was only a few bites, but it was free with the ordering of a beer.
We searched for this in most of the towns we visited, and every beer I ordered came WITHOUT a tapas...with ONE exception and that was in Granada. Here in Sevilla the Tapas "bars" served three types of tapas, the "mini", the semi and the full. The mini as you see them in the photo is only two bites per piece but still cost 2-3 EURO EACH....the full tapas ran as much as 16-20 EURO and even it was not a real meal. Prices varied around Andalucia between 1.5 Euro all the way up to 22 Euro, depending on what you were getting and WHERE you were getting it, but the "free meal" seems to be no more.

Narrow streets of Sevilla

by Martin_S.

I have no idea why narrow streets so fascinate me, I guess it could be because I grew up in a home that had distance between us and the neighbours, so I try to imagine how it would be living and growing up when you could literally put your arm out the window and touch your neighbour across the street.

Rehearsing Holly Week

by agarcia

During the Holly Week, Sevilla transforms itself into a human river of religious processions; during those holly days, dozens of cofradies carry out their images over the city, a spectacle followed with fervent devotion by the attendants.

If attending to those processions is an absolutely fascinating activity, it is not less impressive to realize with how much anticipation the cofradias (the people that take active part in the processions) rehearse and test their strength. These rehearsals had nothing of trivial, as the images weigh several hundred kilos. So during many weeks before the Holly Week, is not unusual at all to witness the cofradias caring out the same weight over the streets of Sevilla by night.

Day 20

by into-thin-air

Walk to Fuenterroble de Salvatierra -- 20.3k -- refugio

Pleasant days walking with good lunch stop at Valdelacasa

The refugio at Fuenterroble de Salvatierra is very good and there are two bars in town the closer one to the refugio does Good food but you have to order it in advance -- Best to do so when you arrive in the village !!

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 Adriano Sevilla

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Address: C/ Adriano 12, Seville, Andalusia, 41001, Spain