Cortijo Torre de la Reina

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Paseo de la Alameda, s/n, Torre de la Reina, Seville, 41209, Spain
Cortijo Torre de la Reina
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 54% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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hostels in Seville?

by juroshi

I will be in Seville by the end of October. I read some good reviews about the Hostal Javier. I found it on www.sleepngo.com

Someone stayed there already?... I would like to book soon, so if anyone could let me know...much appreciated:-)!

Re: hostels in Seville?

by whatawonderfulworld.

Hello & Bonjour !!

There are different opinios about the Hostal Javier ...

" EL TRATO FATAL " ... A bad treatment ...

http://www.ciao.es/Opiniones/Hostal_Javier_Sevilla__693115

OR:

" The chain-smoking owner has put together a nice place with a charming courtyard. Now, keep in mind that all the places in the Barrio de Santa Cruz have nice rooms surrounding charming courtyards. The entire barrio was originally Moorish/Jewish, so all the houses have fragrant courtyards hidden from view. But I can vouch for the Javier, so I am ".

http://www.virtualtourist.com/hotels/Europe/Spain/Andalucia/Sevilla-253763/Hotels_and_Accommodations-Sevilla-MISC-BR-7.html

Unfortunately I don`t know this hostal personally ...

What would you say to this:

http://www.pino.aaemember.com/

http://maps.google.ca/maps?hl=en&um=1&ie=UTF-8&q=hostel+sevilla&fb=1&view=text&latlng=16198272285900688020&dtab=2&reviews=1&sa=X&oi=local_result&resnum=1&ct=result

... its only a suggestion ...

There are more accommodations:

http://www.google.ca/search?hl=en&q=hostel+sevilla&meta=

Have a nice time in ANDALUCIA ... (oh yes ... I love IT !!)

Take care !!

Saludos cordiales de Montréal, Juergen

Re: hostels in Seville?

by whatawonderfulworld.

... hi ...

Pls try this link ... Should be a very nice hostel - AV-Rating 92% :

http://www.hostels.com/Reviews/Samay-Sevilla-Hostel/19239


YAEKO, a VT-member will be there too !!

Hasta luego, Juergen

Re: hostels in Seville?

by wanderingtheworld

The hostel links suggested seem over priced. Why not just go to hostelworld or hostelbookers and read the reviews and find a place that way. I alsways use hostel sights and never pay more then 35.00 american a night and most of the places ahve been great!

Travel Tips for Sevilla

Drink cafe con leche. This is...

by tproettel

Drink cafe con leche. This is good coffee for little money with hot milk in it. A taste you won´t get elswhere in Europe. But take care - that stuff is strong. Drink fresh orange juice (zumo de naranja). Spain is famous for its oranges - and when you ask for zumo de naranja they will make some for you. DELICIOUS !! Try tapas. If you don´t like fish better make sure you have a good dictionary with you. Next to sea food pork (cerdo) and chicken (pollo) is usual. Spanish food is good but with much olive oil. The food is usually inexpensive. Dinner is late in spain - don´t even look for a restaurant before 6:30pm.

La Noria - Sevilla's Big Wheel

by sandysmith

I had a sprained foot which was quite sore and curtailed my normal fast paced city touring , hence this big wheel, Sevilla's newest attraction was a good opportunity to see the layout of Sevilla without too much effort. Perhaps a bit pricey at 8 euros for 3 revolutions, lasting some 12 minutes but the views were great - especially of the cathedral and onto the Plaza de Espania. This ferris wheel is located in the Prado de San Sebastian. Apparently its a temporary attraction and will later be moved to another city - so even more glad to have had a ride on it!

April Fair in Seville

by Pat&ZoAnn

I don't know if this was because of our short time in Sevilla, or our ignorance of the Spanish language, but the April Fair in Sevilla seemed not to be geared towards tourists. Once on the fairgrounds, we couldn't find any services at all. Don't get me wrong, it was very cool to be there, and we really enjoyed watching the festivities and colourful costumes, but if we do that again, we'll bring a lunch.

Bullfighting is undoubtedly an...

by Raffa

Bullfighting is undoubtedly an act of bravery, but it is also a conjunction of science an art which escapes common sense and floods the senses. If to this we add a unique scene like the Real Maestranza of Seville, then the party becomes a pure show.
SEE THE TRAVELOGUE FOR MORE PICTURES.

Day trip to Cadiz from Sevilla

by Shandyla

A day trip to Cadiz from Sevilla is entirely possible, you can see many of its best attractions (cathedral, shopping district, roman ruins) if you go early and take a late afternoon bus back.

I took the bus from the San Sebastian station, a return ticket is 18.10 euros and the journey takes about an hour and a half.

The business that runs the busline is called TRANSPORTES GENERALES, COMES

The hours are as follows:

SEVILLA - CADIZ

Monday - Friday
07.00, 09.00, 11.00, 12.15, 13.00, 15.15, 17.30, 19.00, 20.15, 22.00

Saturday
07.00, 09.00, 10.00, 11.00, 12.15, 13.30, 15.15, 17.00, 19.00, 21.00, 22.00

Sunday and Festivals
07.00, 09.00, 11.00, 12.15, 13.30, 15.15, 16.00, 17.00, 19.00, 20.00, 21.00, 22.00

CADIZ - SEVILLA

Monday - Friday
07.00, 07.45, 09.00, 11.00, 12.00, 14.00, 15.00, 15.45, 17.00, 19.30, 21.00

Saturday
07.00, 07.45, 09.00, 11.00, 12.00, 13.00, 14.00, 15.45, 17.00, 19.00, 20.00, 21.00

Sunday and Festivals
07.00, 07.45, 09.00, 11.00, 12.00, 13.00, 14.00, 15.00, 15.45, 18.00, 19.00, 21.00, 22.00

You can either ask for a map of Cadiz in the Tourist Information office in Seville before you go, or when you arrive at the Cadiz bus station, if you cross the road there is a newspaper booth selling maps.

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