La Casa de la Luna (antiguo Hostal Arias)

C/Mariana de Pineda N. 9, Seville, 41004, Spain
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Centrally located, quaint and simple

by emilybcn about Hostal Arias

Hostal Arias' best feature was it's central location in the heart of Old town Sevilla, it is a hostal but most of the rooms have just 1 or two beds. It was clean and nice looking, and the front desk was helpful although I don't think he spoke English.

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Sevilla to Donana National Park

by JaneRoszell

Planning a tour of Andalucia from Oct19 to Oct29. We would like to visit Donana National Park on Friday Oct24th and take the 4X4 Tour. Can anyone comment on whether it would be feasible to do this tour as a day trip from Sevilla? Are there any tour operators in Sevilla that do this excursion? Or would we be best to rent a car in Sevilla and stay overnight in El Rocio? If so, any suggestions for accomodations?

Any idea if it is possible to purchase tickets online for the 4x4 tour? It appears you have to phone the 4x4 tour operators but I don't speak Spanish so it could be a difficult conversation.

Thanks!

Re: Sevilla to Donana National Park

by ghosthunter

It's an amazing area Jane. A friend of mine has just moved from the UK to the very edge of the Donana. You would certainly be a lot closer if you could get somewhere to stay in the El Rocio area. Take a look at this link to help you with some ideas. There is also contact information :
www.discoveringdonana.com/

Re: Sevilla to Donana National Park

by puerto_lover

It is an easy drive from Seville to El Acebuche Visitor centre which is a few kms short of Matalascanas on the road south from EL ROCIO (a place well worth visiting)and as you say maybe staying overnight.
the visitor centre at El Acebuche is staffed with English speakers so I think you can organise the tour by phoning them easily. Tour leaves early - I think 8am - but you need to ask them about this ! So if you stayed in the area you can make the departure. Matalascanas has a few hotels on the beach but clearly it is best to stay in El Rocio particularly if you want to go birding. Very near El Rocio is an old 'hunting lodge' or rather Palace called Palacio del Acebron preserved now for tourism and a sor of mini venture into the park. of course you will see other places to visit if you want to go birding. particularly around the lagoon at El Rocio.
there are actually two parkland areas. One is the heavily protected park which is only visited by 4x4 and then there is the surrounding natural areas that also have some protection against developments etc. It is the outside areas that are more accessible and where the birding possibilities are greatest.
http://www.tripadvisor.com/Travel-g187442-d275073/Huelva:Spain:Donana.National.Park.Parque.Nacional.De.Donana..html

Travel Tips for Sevilla

MONUMENT TO CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS

by LoriPori

Located in the Jardines De Murillo and erected in 1921 is the MONUMENT TO CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS. The monument has a height of 23 metres. In the middle of the concrete columns is a bronze replica of the Santa Maria, the ship 'CRISTOBAL COLON' as he is known in Spanish, sailed to the Americas in 1492.
Actually our walking tour began here, after being let off the bus. Our guide was very knowledgeable and spoke four languages.

Flamenco

by tini58de

I am by no means an expert on Flamenco, so I would ask you to research a little yourself - you might want to start with the link I gave you below!

Flamenco is not the happy, outgoing way of dancing, but it is rather a very expressive form of dance. You usually have a singer, a guitarist and maybe a percussionist and the dancer.

As I understood it, the singer is the most important person. He usually sings in a very moanful way - and it is the dancer's role to emphasize the song by her dancing.

When we saw the Flamenco show in the Flamenco Museum, it was the singer who started and then the guitarist chimed in - as did the percussionist. The dancer stood at the side for quite a while and I had the feeling that she was listening first to what the singer was singing before she could then join in and dance!

It was a wild dance, some tap dance elements, a little erotic element as well.... Not necessarily attractive, no smiles, very stern faces, but very authentic. In one word: fascinating!!!

Visit to the bullring and...

by Raffa

Visit to the bullring and Museum
Open everyday 9.30 to 14.00 and 15.00 to 19.00
Books, postcards and souvenirs on sale. (http://www.realmaestranza.com).
Paseo Colón nº12
Entrance fee: 500 ptas. (3 euros).
SEE THE TRAVELOGUE FOR MORE PHOTOS.

Wandering Around

by bliss7

Wandering around the serpentine streets... you never know what you will find! Barrio Santa Cruz is the best place to do it.

Here are some pictures of things I came across (or, things that found me) while wandering around Sevilla.

Sevilla: Getting lost has never been so much fun!

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 La Casa de la Luna (antiguo Hostal Arias)

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Address: C/Mariana de Pineda N. 9, Seville, 41004, Spain