Hotel Aacr Museo

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Pedro del Toro 9, Seville, Andalusia, 41001, Spain
Aacr Museo
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Which area?

by unaS

For a mature woman travelling solo, searching for a budget hotel/hostal which area is to be preferred:
Arenal or the Juderia (Old Jewish Quarter)?

I do understand that in the Juderia most streets are pedestrian only?

I am thinking in terms of safety first - going out to eat in the evening, returning after 2200 ( after a show and so on...

Secondly availability of walking/travelling to the main tourist sites; bus/metro stops near-by.

Also important: places to eat in the evening that are fairly near-by.

Re: Which area?

by Redang

From my point of view, at the end of Calle Sierpes (from Plaza Nueva), it's a good area and some bars and restaurants nearby. Close to the heart of Sevilla, but "far" enough from the "noise"

Re: Which area?

by Redang

Sorry, I forgot the con: A bit far from the railway and the bus stations

Re: Which area?

by unaS

Yes, but what area is Calle Sierpes?
BTW - where can I find a good map of Sevilla?

Re: Which area?

by Redang

Either you can write the Tourism Office for info + maps, or google, and Sierpes, well, about "northwest" of the Giralda

Re: Which area?

by Redang

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by Redang


Re: Which area?

by unaS

Ahh - just discovered that the Juderia is Barrio Santa Cruz...
Takes time to become acclimated :)

Thanks. Will write to the tourist bureau too as you suggest.

Re: Which area?

by Kakapo2

The Judería is more or less the quarter Santa Cruz, and yes, mostly pedestrian, with the narrowest lanes of the whole city. All those picture-perfect postcard photos are taken there.

Arenal is the quarter south of Santa Cruz, so between Santa Cruz and the Guadalquivir river.

I would surely go for Santa Cruz if you can find suitable accommodation there.

Safety-wise I have never encountered problems in Sevilla. However, I recall my very first visit in the 1980's when the hotel owner (I stayed in a budget hotel in one of those narrow lanes where cars were allowed) drove me totally crazy about parking my car in the street. She said it would surely be burgled or stolen or whatever, and I should park it at a secure garage. She was nearly hysteric about it.

On my following visits I only took a rental car from time to time, when I ventured out of the city, and there was no problem. I wandered around a lot at night. As nightlife starts late, there are still enough sober people on the streets when you wander back to your hostel ;-)

Re: Which area?

by unaS

Thanks Kakapo - that does help me straighten things out a bit in my head and become slightly more organized.

I think that I have found a good place in the Juderia area.

Re: Which area?

by unaS

Thanks Pedro - you are making me hungry too!

Travel Tips for Sevilla

Look at this place!!

by acemj

Sevilla is probably what you think of when you imagine the romantic side of Spain. Whitewashed houses, bougainvillea hanging from windows, towers rising into blue skies, wonderful food and wine, and the sights and sounds of flamenco all contribute to make Sevilla one of the most charming cities in the world. I enjoyed taking photos of some of Sevilla's most intriuging areas. This one was taken from the Triana Bridge looking over the Guadalquivir River with a backdrop of palm trees and towers. The Barrio Santa Cruz and the Plaza Espana are also ideal locations for beautiful pictures.


by LoriPori

The remains of CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS or his Spanish name, Cristobal Colon ( 1451 to 1506 ), are entombed in the Cathedral. A monument dedicated to his honour, created in 1890, has four figures carrying the casket. The figures represent the four kingdoms - Aragon - Castille - Leon - Navarra.

The 'Feria de Abril':

by Raffa

The 'Feria de Abril':
The Sevillians are great actors and put on an extraordinary performance at their annual Fería de Abril, a week-long party of drink, food and dance which takes place day and night in more than a thousand especially mounted tents. But above all it allows the men to parade on their fine horses and the women to dance in brilliantly coloured gypsy dresses.

Bag it - grocery stores

by betis1

What do do when the person at the checkout counter of the grocery store tosses a few plastic bags in the direction of your groceries? Put your stuff in a bag, of course! Unlike the U.S. don't expect anyone to come by and bag your groceries for you. You're expected to pack them yourself in most any supermarket so the checker can move on to the next person in line. Likewise, you are expected to take all of your groceries out of the cart or basket and place them on the conveyer belt for the checker to ring you up.

Day 23

by into-thin-air

After more time exploring Salamanca and leaving PM to walk to Calzada de Valdunciel - 15.5k -- refugio

A fairly flat and easy day through open countryside with plenty of choices of lunch stops !!


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