Apartamentos Bib-Rambla

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Avda de la Innovacion 13, Seville, Andalusia, 41020, Spain
Bib-Rambla Apartamentos
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 49% less than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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New Years Eve in Seville

by swimfan

My partner and I are planning a trip to Granada and Seville from 28th Dec 09 to Jan 03 2010.We are going to spend New Years eve in Seville, I have heard this is mainly a night for a big family dinner in Spain, and a lot of restaurants will be booked out.I would like to plan it properly and go somewhere special to eat, with maybe music etc We are both Vegetarians, can anyone recommend what to do New years eve.Any ideas would be appreciated

Re: New Years Eve in Seville

by unaS

If what you are looking for is a good vegetarian restaurant then take a look at The Happy Cow site: (for Sevilla)


Note that while some are full Vegetarian/Vegan, others are listed as "Veg Friendly". Read the info carefully.

Re: New Years Eve in Seville

by MaheshSamtani

The night for the family dinner is on the eve of Christmas as I suppose in many other parts of the world. However the new years night is spent partying I am sure there will be many options to have a great time in Sevilla, however taking into consideration the vegetarian food matter, I would look for a special restaurant to later celebrate in the main square of the city which is normally near the town hall. Another good option would be to get to a fiesta de noche vieja ( new years party ) in any of the good hotels of the city. Most of them normally have a gala dinner with music and a party that goes to the early hours of the morning. You could probably organize for veg. food at this place too.
Best regards

Travel Tips for Sevilla

Seeing Seville by foot

by TinKan

Remember that this is a city best seen by foot. So why not start your visit to Seville in the park. There are so many things to do and see in the park. I recomend taking the horse and carrage around the city and end the ride in the park then take a nice walk around. You will find this to be very romantic.

Sevilla on a budget

by tini58de

If money is tight, you might want to save whenever possible. And there are ways to save money:

- be sure to have your International Student Card at hand, because there usually are reductions for students

- pensioners are usually entitled for a reduction as well

- quite a few times citizens of the European Union got a reduction or even free entrance, so be sure to always have your passport/ID card with you

- the visit of the Archivo de Indias is free - and it is worthwhile!

- if you want to visit the Cathedral, but do not want to pay the entrance fee, you can go there and attend a mass or go there shortly before 11 a.m. (maybe 15 minutes earlier) - you might be able to sneak in to get a very short impression, before they ask you to leave again...

- on the "Long Night of the Museums", which is held once a year (in 2008 it was on September 19), you have free entrance into most museums - plus they have extra performances. So check it out!

- eat tapas - they are delicious and rather inexpensive!! Oftentimes we paid around 10 € for the two of us and that included a beer plus enough food to make both of us happy!!!

- walk - it saves money and is the best means of transportation in Sevilla anyway!

For all its important...

by Raffa

For all its important monuments and fascinating history, Seville is universally famous for being a joyous town. While the Sevillians are known for their wit and sparkle, the city itself is striking for its vitality. It is the largest town in Southern Spain, the city of Carmen, Don Juan and Figaro.

Shopping hours

by fairy_dust

In Spain, the shops are open all morning, then close for a few hours in the afternoon because everyone goes for lunch and/or siesta. They re-open around 6pm or so and are usually open till 9-10pm after that. The only shops that are open in the afternoon are the ones run by immigrants. So don't schedule your shopping trip for the afternoon, shop in the morning or early evening.

Day 19

by into-thin-air

Walk to Calzada de Bejar -- 22.3k -- Excellent new Alberge

A welcome shorter day with a Great lunch stop at Banos de Montemayor and another temping break point at Puente de la Magdalena

Please note -- Calzada de Bejar is a mountain village with basic amenities, only one bar and no public telephone however the Alberge offers Good reasonably priced food including breakfast !!


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Address: Avda de la Innovacion 13, Seville, Andalusia, 41020, Spain