Apartamentos La Casa del Conde de Gelves

C/Viejos no 5, Seville, 41003, Spain
Apartamentos La Casa del Conde de Gelves
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Inexpensive, comfy place for lunchtime tapas, table for one

by jeana-r

Will be traveling to Sevilla for a day and after touring the Cathedral and Alcazar, would like a place to sit down and enjoy some tapas. I have seen several recommendations around Santa Cruz, but most seem quite touristy and crowded. Don't want to stand at the bar. If you know of a nice place tucked away in the Santa Cruz area, would appreciate it. If not, I have read that there are some nice places in Triana, and would appreciate any suggestions. Also, would need to know how I would get there (bus?). Which bus, where would I catch the bus, and how much would it cost? Lots of questions, I know!
Thanks for your suggestions,

Re: Inexpensive, comfy place for lunchtime tapas, table for one

by Roadquill

Hi Jeana, Just N of the Cathedral runs Alemanes. Argote de Molina runs into at an angle, and there is a comfortable tapas place almost on the corner, next to Casa Robles. the cafe bar Las Teresas is OK, but I would not consider it comfortable. Karl

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Re: Inexpensive, comfy place for lunchtime tapas, table for one

by MaheshSamtani

Hi Jeana. Sevila is full of nice places to have good tapas. Have a look at the following link of tapas bars in Sevilla.


Even though the site is in Spanish language,which you might probably know, it gives you references with googlemap locations and moreover you get an idea of which you will find in each place. In any case wherever you decide to go, have a great time.

Re: Inexpensive, comfy place for lunchtime tapas, table for one

by jeana-r

OMG, I'm salivating after looking at those photos! Thanks very much!

Re: Inexpensive, comfy place for lunchtime tapas, table for one

by Kakapo2

El Rinconcillo (corner with Calle Gerona) is the most beautiful place I've ever been. I think the building/bar is from the 17th century, the facade tiled. Inside is a long bar but also many small tables where you can sit. The tapas were marvellous, the hosts soooo friendly, and the surroundings just stunning. If only I could be there... ;-)))

Travel Tips for Sevilla

This romantic part of town,...

by Humberto_san

This romantic part of town, formerly the district of Moors and Jews, is located right in the historical center of Seville. You may have a walk through the narrow shady lanes, inbetween beautiful buildings with courtyards plenty of flowers, and visit some of the town's major monuments:
The impressive cathedral with its tower, Giralda , Seville's landmark. The king's palace Alcazar in its typical Moorish style, surrounded by high walls. The Archivo de Indias , a Renaissance building which serves as an archive of all the documents related with the discovery of America. The Archiepiscopal Palais. All those buildings are located at one single large square.
The World Exposition EXPO'92 has brought many changes to Seville. No fewer than 70 kilometers of new streets were built, a new train station, Santa Justa, and the high-speed train AVE connects Seville with Madrid in less than 3 hours.
Also Guadalquivir river, which had been detoured around the city for centuries, was now brought back into its original river-bed. Some impressive new bridges, which are among the city's most important monuments of this century, have been constructed:
Puente del V Centenario, Pasarela de la Cartuja, Puente de las Delicias, Puente de Chapina, Puente de la Barqueta, and Puente del Alamillo.

Other buildings which were made for the EXPO '92 are the Maestranza Theater, face to face to the bullring, the Cartuja Auditorium and the Congress Palace with its huge golden cupola. The old train station of modernist style, Antigua Estación de Cordoba, was restored and serves today as an exhibition hall.
The 'Cartuja Island' was the exhibition ground of the EXPO, today you find here large gardens and an artificial lake. Many of the pavilions are still in use, and there are numerous performances here, such as concerts, theaters, etc.
The most interesting historical building at the territory is certainly the Cartuja Monastery. Christopher Columbus was buried here. Lateron it was the seat of an important producer of traditional ceramics, while today, after having been restored, it serves as a museum


by Chus69

Get you up to the highest place to watch Seville!
You will have wonderfull sight seen from all the city.
It's located inside the Cathedral, which you can visit too.
Closed to the Cathedral you can visit the Royal Alcázares's Garden.

Visit the royal Alcazar.

by fandango

Visit the royal Alcazar.
This is the oldest palace still used by european royalty. It is a mixed styled, remain from the Moorish fortress and Christian additions, it has great gardens, that stretch away from the residential quarters in all directions.

Jamon Iberico

by keeweechic

Jamon Iberico is a cured ham which is produced in Portugal and Spain. You will find it hanging in restaurants and tapas bars. The ham comes from free-range accord fed pigs and is sliced very thinly. It has been described as ‘the best ham in the world’.

Reales Atarazanas

by tini58de

The Reales Atarazanas (Royal Shipyards) are a true gem! They are just down the street of the Hospedal de la Caridad in Calle Temprado 1, so this is pretty central!

The Old Shipyard is one of the oldest buildings in all Sevilla, dating back to the 13th century. You do feel like in a cathedral when walking through this recently restored place. Excavations show parts of old walls - the rest is just an awesome atmosphere!

Entrance is free!
Opening hours: Tuesday - Sunday 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. - 7 p.m.


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