Hotel Un Patio al Sur

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Fernan Caballero 7, Seville, 41001, Spain
Hotel Un Patio al Sur
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Similarly priced and rated as other 2 star hotels

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  • Families77
  • Couples80
  • Solo100
  • Business50

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The mysterious painting inside the Maestranza bull ring

by stephenaspence

I took an off-season tour of the bull ring in Sevilla. We were led into a chamber behind the seats of the arena, a chamber very near the infirmary. There were several mememtos on the wall, including the head of the bull that killed Manolete. More interesting was an oil painting nearby depicting a matador sitting perhaps in a dark room with a bull's head resting in his lap, as if he's comforting the dying bull. The point of view is of the matador being surprised by a harsh light, perhaps as if someone has opened the door and come upon this strange scene.

Do you know the artist and the name of the painting?

Steve Spence
Dearborn, Michigan

Re: The mysterious painting inside the Maestranza bull ring

by juzz

First of all I must say I don't know. The fact is that I was there and I didn't notice the painting you're talking about, but I'd like to be notified if somebody answers because I am curious about it!

Good luck for your research,
Sergio

Travel Tips for Sevilla

Visit the Real Alcazar, the...

by carolineraat

Visit the Real Alcazar, the royal palace. The royal palace of Sevilla is a complex of buildings in different styles. Most beautiful are the arab quarters. But even more worth seeing are the lovely gardens with their palm trees, ponds, pavillions and flowers. More in the travelogue

Flowers and Blue Skies

by acemj

I followed my usual travel pattern and visited in the off-season when prices and crowds are down, but I still was able to see some of the beautiful blossoms that Sevilla is known for. The gardens of the Alcazar are particularly beautiful and I can imagine that the springtime would be spectacular. I was in Sevilla in December and I had clear blue skies three out of four days. The temperature was between 10 and 15 Celsius, or roughly 50-60 degrees Fahrenheit.

Feria de Sevilla

by FionaKate

The Seville fair is celebrated on an huge open site (about 1500 x 700 meters), just out of the city center, to the south of the Los Remedios quarter, opposite of the Maria Luisa park. On this site, the Seville people and companies construct thousands of small, temporary “houses” of cardboard walls and canvas roofing, known as casetas. The result is an ephemeral city that only needs to last one week. The main entrance gate is a huge temporary cardboard monument that each year resembles one of the city's prominent buildings or sites and the streets are lit by hundreds of thousands of light bulbs and lanterns.

The Feria, where the natural beauty of the Sevillian girls and women is enhanced by the typical flamenca dresses, is an ideal place for cordiality and friendship amongst glasses of manzanilla wine (sherry), some tapas (small andalusian snacks) to eat, with singing an couples dancing Sevillanas (a specific version of the flamenco dance). The most important reason for going to the fair is just to have a good time with friends, enjoying it in a festive surrounding.

Some bars are family meeting points

by nulain

Bars are something very usual in the South. Andalusia is the region with the highest density of bars per habitant. A bar is a place where you can eat some 'tapas' (small portion of food) and drink something.
They use to be full of people during the critical hours, because a bar is fundamentally a place to relax and meet with friends.
The most of then use to have a television, so it´s a right place to see a football match while drinking and eating.
Prices are more economic than in restaurants and can be a good choice if you don´t have to much time to eat.
The picture below represent the typical bar in Spain (when nobody in).
Don't get surprise if you see a whole family (kinds, grandmother, ...) in bars. It's a very usual situation. This bars are different from others which could be cattegorized as clubs or pubs.

calle boteros, sacrificed bar

by primaverita

In this bar you find, beside a strange atmosfere, jesus hanging everywhere and other religious objects staring at you. You drink you beer with the feeling you aren´t allowed to do things like this.... But then again.....take a look, it might surprise you!

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