Monte Carmelo Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Virgen de la Victoria,7, Seville, Andalusia, 41011, Spain
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More of Seville or visit Carmona?

by GingSaldajeno

I will be in Seville for 2 whole days in October and plan to follow a pretty comprehensive walking tour of the Old City in Seville on the first day. In the evening, I plan to watch a flamenco show. On the second day I was wondering if I should revisit some of the places in the old city or is a side trip to Carmona worthwhile?

Re: More of Seville or visit Carmona?

by Miguelzgz

It depends completely on your tastes.

Sevilla is a very big city, with ancient history. Spectacular monuments, amazing old quarter, cathedrals, churches, museums....many people visit the city time after time, and they don´t get tired of it...

October is not highseason, so you maybe you can wait and decide right in the last minute. If you have had enough with the tour, you book the excursion. If not, you stay in the city.

Re: More of Seville or visit Carmona?

by puerto_lover

I agree. I go to Seville and never tire of the city - always something of interest. But may depend on the weather or the places covered during your walking tour or indeed the day of the week because some places may be closed for example shops on a Sunday ! Wait until you get to Seville. By the way you can take a bus to Carmona from Prado de San Sebastian - Avenida Portugal - using CASAL.

Re: More of Seville or visit Carmona?

by unaS

I spent a week in Seville and it wasn't enough! A comprehensive walking tour is a great intro, but you want also to go into some of the sites and for that you will need more time. The Alcazar alone is a good 2 - 3 hours for a comprehensive visit. Don't skip the Seville Cathedral, it is magnificent.

To see detailed itineraries and ideas of what to see, click on the name of any one of the people that have answered you here and you will be taken to their home page. From there you can click on Seville to read about their own personal experiences in the city. Also you can put the word: Seville into the Search box on the upper right of any VT page and get a lot more personal details from others that have visited or live there.

For a great - and unusual - flamenco show I can highly recommend the Casa de Memoirs:

Have fun!

Travel Tips for Sevilla


by LoriPori

Ok, so I keep seeing references made to MUDEJAR ARCHITECTURE. What exactly is it? Developed in the 12th century and influenced by Islamic traditions, MUDEJAR reflects various contemporary European styles, particularly the Moorish. Primarily used up until the early 17th century, it is characterized by an extremely refined and inventive use of brick and glazed tiles in architecture, especially in the belfries.
For more information you can check out the website Also pictured here is the Alcazaba in Malaga, also in Mudejar style architecture.

Consulates - Consulados

by spanishguy

If you have any problem or need you can contact with your Consulate in Seville

Australia: Federico Rubio 14 41004- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 220 971

Austria: Cardenal Ilundain, 18 - 1 - 5ºF 41013 - Sevilla
Teléfono: 954 987 476

Belgium / Bélgica: Fabiola, 10 41004- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 220 087

Brasil: Francisco Carrión Mejías 4 41003- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 127 084

Chile: C/ La Rábida 3 -41013- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 231 293

Colombia: Paseo de las Delicias s/n 41012- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 297 071

Costa Rica: San Fernando, 11 41004- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 215 919

Cuba: Blas Infante, 6 - Edif. Urbis 8º 41011- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 278 004

Denmark / Dinamarca: Avda. Palmera nº 19. Edificio Winterthur 2, 1º -41013- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 296 819

Dominican Republic / República Dominicana: Virgen de Lujan, 47 - 1ºA 41011 - Sevilla
Teléfono: 954 270 034

Ecuador: Benito Más y Prats 7, bajo d. 41005- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 570 619

El Salvador: Castelar, 7. 41001- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 987 077

Germany / Alemania: c/ Fernández y González, 2-2°. Edificio Allianz 41001- Sevilla
Teléfono: 954 23 02 04

Ivory Coast / Costa de Marfil: Avda. Ramón y Cajal 68 -41005- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 629 011

Finland / Finlandia: Adriano 45, 2ºB 41001- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 614 149

France / Francia: Plaza de Santa Cruz 1 41004- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 222 896

Greece / Grecia: Acueducto, 4-6 Polígono Industrial Carretera de La Isla 41700 - Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 419 000

Honduras: Camino Alcarraites, s/n - Sanlúcar la Mayor (Sevilla).
Teléfono: 955 700 579
Iceland / Islandia: San Florencio 4, 1ºA 41018- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 579 811

Ireland / Irlanda: Plaza de Santa Cruz 4 41004- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 216 361

Italy / Italia: Fabiola, 10 41004 - Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 228 576

Latvia / Letonia: Macarena, 4 41003 - Sevilla
Teléfono: 954 372 376

Luxembourg / Luxemburgo: Paraíso, 1 - 7ºC 41010 - Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 284 821

Malta: Asunción, 76 - 1º Izq. 41011 - Sevilla
Teléfono: 954 270 283

Mexico: San Roque, 6-8 41004 - Sevilla
Teléfono: 954 563 944

Morocco / Marruecos: Camino de los Descubrimientos, s/n "Pabellón de la Naturaleza" 41092 - Sevilla
Teléfono: 954 081 551

Neetherlands / Países Bajos: Placentines, 1 41001- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 228 750

Norway / Noruega Virgen de la Regla, 21 41011 - Sevilla
Teléfono: 954 275 442

Perú: Pabellón de Perú Avda. de María Luisa s/n 41013- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 232 819

Phillipines / Filipinas: Gravina, 9 41001- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 281 771

Portugal: Pabellón de Portugal. Avda. del Cid 1 41004- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 231 150

Russia / Rusia: Crtra. Camas-Santiponce Km. 3,700 41970 - Sevilla
Teléfono: 955 999 910

Sweden / Suecia: Santillana, 10 41004- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 212 954

United Kingdom / Reino Unido: Urb. Aljamar. Av. del Aljarafe, Manzana 7 - casa 145 41940- Tomares (Sevilla).
Teléfono: 954 155 018

United States / Estados Unidos: Paseo de las Delicias 7 41012- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 231 885

Uruguay: Imagen, 9 -3ºB 41003- Sevilla.
Teléfono: 954 215 921

Plaza de España.

by A2002

I love this place best in Sevilla. We had a short tour on the horse carriages around the Plaza de España, Parque de María Luisa, and Plaza de América. It was a romantic experience. :-)
Oh yes, there's a scene in Star Wars Episode 2 being shot here! No wonder the place looks familiar when I was watching the movie......


by Fen

The April Fair in Seville is very famous. People come from all over Spain to celebrate it. It started during the XIXth century as a market for buying and selling animals.
For a week, the streets in the Fair ground are covered in golden sand and there are paper globes everywhere.
On both sides of the street there are attractive canvas tents which belong to a family, company or club.
The women dress up in the typical flamenco dresses and dance sevillanas. The men dress in riding outfits and ride on horses. During the ride it is common to stop at someone’s caseta to have a drink and something to eat.
Other people promenade in a horse and carriage and the whole family participate.
At night time, the main gate of the Fair gets illuminated and the people spend the night with friends singing, dancing, drinking and eating until the early hours.

Olympic Stadium - Estadio Olímpico

by spanishguy

Why there is an Olympic Stadium in Seville? It could be the question that anybody could have thinking that Seville never hosted a Olympic Game. This huge stadium was built in 1999 because the town tried to be an olympic city for 2004, 2008 and 2012 games. Finally, Seville has decline to pretend the Olympic games any more after three IOC refusal and the Madrid candidature. At least the stadium hosted the Athletics World Championships in 1999 and the Davis Cup final in 2004 between Spain and the United States... and we won!

¿Por qué hay un Estadio Olímpico en Sevilla? Esta es la pregunta que se puede hacer cualquiera pensando que Sevilla nunca ha acogido unos Juegos Olímpicos. Este gran estadio se construyó en 1999 porque la ciudad intentaba ser una ciudad olímpica para los Juegos de 2004, 2008 y 2012. Finalmente Sevilla ha rechazado participar más en la carrera olímpica tras tres negativas del COI y la candidatura de Madrid. Al menos el estadio acogió el Mundial de Atletismo en 1999 y la final de la Copa Davis en 2004 entre España y Estados Unidos.. ¡y ganamos nosotros!


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 Monte Carmelo Hotel

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Address: Virgen de la Victoria,7, Seville, Andalusia, 41011, Spain