El Rey Moro Hotel Boutique

c/ Lope de Rueda, 14, Barrio de Santa Cruz, Seville, 41004, Spain
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We managed to squeeze in at the tapas bar!We managed to squeeze in at the tapas bar!

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Eating out in Sevilla

by oxfordlad

How much roughly will it cost for me and my girlfriend to eat out in Sevilla?

Re: Eating out in Sevilla

by puerto_lover

There's a big variety of eateries in Seville. From McDonalds to really nice Spanish Restaurants. Prices will be similar to any large city in Europe. Probably similar to Oxford UK. But you do have the opportunity to go to a tapas bar and choose from the smaller dishes available and then have another and another and come away feeling well fed for not a large amount. Maybe an average Tapas could cost say €2 or maybe less or more. The fun is finding the bar that suits you best and learning the variety of dishes. Look up that Exploreseville.com as it has plenty of suggestions. And try to get to know the Spanish for some dishes that you are going to like.

Travel Tips for Sevilla

Take the tour

by GeoDenia

There's a great deal to do in Seville apart from seeing the sights, partying all night and betting on corridas (bullfights). Cycling around town is an excellent way to explore the city. Attending a local Real Betis or Sevilla football (soccer) match is a great way to meet the local fanatics. Shopping for luxury items, clothes, arts and crafts and other goods is also a popular pastime. The colorful Thursday flea market (mercadillo) is well worth a visit. After dark, flamenco song and dance shows heat things up in Triana's smoky bars - steer clear of expensive, tourist-oriented tablaos unless you're looking for the Mickey Mouse version of Spain.

Audio guide a must at the Alcazar

by Hopkid

For a mere three euros, the audio guide should be a must purchase at the Alcazar. It is very well-done and informative highlighting the history of the palace and nice descriptions of the use of each of the main rooms. Unless you have a guide book with detailed descriptions of each room or have done extensive research on the history of the Alcazar, I would highly recommend the audio guide.

It really makes a big difference knowing exactly what it is that you're looking at. Definitely worth the 3 euros.

Weather in Seville is mostly sunny and hot

by tompt

Except for the time we visited, the weather in Seville is sunny. It has at least 300 sunny days a year (statics say). And in summer it can be just too hot.
In that time it is nice to have a shower after a sweaty day. It is good we had rainy weather and only 9°C. Because as you can see in the picture Gonnie had a little difficulty to reach the taps for the shower. ;-))

The Flamenco Frock

by keeweechic

Probably seen by the world as the traditional costume of Spain. If you are serious about wearing the dress correctly you must take several things into consideration, like the number and width of flounces, the cut of the sleeve and where the waist line will sit There is also the version of ‘the season’ just like any other fashion which would become outdated the following year.

Day 24

by into-thin-air

A Longer day with a pleasant walk to Villanueva de Campean -- 33k -- refugio

Great lunch stop in the friendly village of El Cubo de Tierra de Vino

Great walking through "Big Sky Country" !!

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 El Rey Moro Hotel Boutique

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Address: c/ Lope de Rueda, 14, Barrio de Santa Cruz, Seville, 41004, Spain