This will be my wife and my first trip to Spain. we will be in Seville for 2-3 days in September. Anyone heard of the hotel Marques del Nervion. I have not been able to find any reviews.
Any bullfighting in Seville in September?
What about flamencos?
Hi, I don't know the hotel but I can tell you there'll defenitely be bullfighting in Sevile. OIt's mostly on Sundays. Check with Tourist Information Centre. Same for Flamenco... There are shows for tourists, but you'd better go to this place where lot's of spanish people go. I don't recall the name of the place. When you ask about in the tourist informationcentre they should be able to tell you. It's a famous place for Spanish poeple to go out, and much better than the tourist flamencoshows! Seville is great. Don't forget to visit Los reales Alcazeres (palacegarden) and to climb La Giralda. It's worth it. Have Fun!
There will be a bullfight at the beatifull Maestranza plaza on Sunday unless you are there for the San Miguel fair (when they program 3 on a row).
For good informal flamenco (and Sevillanas) you can try:
La Raya Real in Remedios.
Casa Anselma in Triana (Pages del Corro next to a great tapas place called Las Golondrinas). Go as soon as it opens (11:30PM) or you will not find a seat. Very popular.
Lola de los Reyes in Remedios (Av Argentina).
For a more formal staged show with dinner (expensive) El Arenal has a good show.
I would stay around the Alcazar if I were you. There are plenty of reasonable hostels. Last April I stayed at the Hostal Van Gogh and found it a good value but there are others.
Let me know when your plans firm up or if you need other help.
I'm looking for a cheap accomodation in Sevilla. Any suggestions?
Another info; how many hours does ita take to travel from Sevilla to Marbella? ARe there any direct buses going there?
Thanks a lot in advance for your replies.
for cheap accomodation in Sevilla
And buses Sevilla to Marbella runs only in summer (the rest of the year you must go to Málaga, and then Marbella, or other alternatives routes by bus or train)
Several of the cheaper places might not have websites, so you might have to give them a call.
Try El Hostal Buen Dormir, in the corner of the Santa Cruz barrio, telefon number +34954 217 492. There are a couple of hostals around there too, but that's the one I know and though basic, it's a good hostal.
There are also a couple of hostals under the same chain, called Hostal van Gogh and Hostal Picasso and they are worth a try too (you'll find them online).
http://www.hotelesdesevilla.com might be worth a try and then search on hostal*.
there is a basic but clean pension in C/Fabiola
called pension Fabiola, less than a minute from the Buen Dormir
I met a girl who stayed at the Dormir and seemed ok there
Thanks a lot Susie!
"And buses Sevilla to Marbella runs only in summer (the rest of the year you must go to Málaga, and then Marbella, or other alternatives routes by bus or train)"
The bus company PORTILLO http://www.ctsa-portillo.com/ has buses to Marbella also in winter.
8:00, 16:00 and on sundays also 20.00
takes 3 hours 45 minutes
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