Monte Triana Hotel Seville

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Clara De Jesus Montero 24, Seville, Andalusia, 41010, Spain
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new year eve in Seville

by adelatrue

I"m spending new year eve in Sevilla. We are to adult women. Can you please recomend me some places with dinner and show. Not to touristic. We are looking for good food and entertainment.

Re: new year eve in Seville

by von.otter

Took our 2005/6 New Year's Eve meal at La Taberna del Alabardero ( and

Service and meal were very good. The atmosphere was charming. The restaurant even provided the 12 grapes to eat as the clock struck 12; it is a Spanish tradition to eat a dozen grapes as the clock strikes 12.

As for entertainment, there was not any provided; but the guests entertained themselves with a conga line! The weather was mild in Sevilla making it possible to walk about enjoying the street theatre and festivities. City Hall is outlined in lights and many gather to celebrate in the festive area.

Re: new year eve in Seville

by cherry_tribal


Here in Seville for good eating + Show ( typical maybe Flamenco ?? )

There is a place called " Tablao El Arenal "

They have got diferent timetables for going.. the 1st one you have got at 6.30pm ( restaurant opening ) and show starts at 7pm ( least for 1hr & 10min ) or you have got the 2nd starting restaurant at 9pm and show at 9.15pm ( 1hr and 30m )

They have a good menu lots of variety with... starters, 1st plate, 2nd plate , desert + drinks ! for 98€ + 8% IVA.

If you want have a check on it @ or give them a call 954 21 64 92 ( they speak english )

Travel Tips for Sevilla


by solopes

My last visit to this city (I passed there a couple of times after that, but just passing by) was for this international exhibition. I went alone with Fernanda, and after the first day, we felt so guilty for not taking the kids that we came back early than planned to be back with them later. We did.

I was curious about what would happen to that splendid use of Cartuja island, and wrote that there many doubts and trouble, but that finally a solution was found, with Cartuja becoming a good area for entertainment. My next in or across Seville I will reserve a night to Cartuja.

Wear very comfortable shoes...

by pjallittle

Wear very comfortable shoes as you will be doing a great deal of walking. The fountain in the picture is soothing to see but does not keep you cool in the almost unbearable heat of the Summer months.
Rent a horse and carriage, ride through the city as early as possible, you can always seek your way back to some of the many attractions on foot.



What you see above is just a smidgen of an example of the artistry and craftsmanship which is so very prevalent in this magnificent of cities. Most especially so at the Cathedral and Alcazar.

The sense of the artist's deep emotional closeness to their work is felt as one walks through the courtyards and internal rooms of these buildings.

Plaza de España
At Maria Luisa...

by fandango

Plaza de España
At Maria Luisa park, the plaza's colonnade, checkered with terracotta tiles. A narrow moat, spanned by four bridges. George Lucas filmed here some scenes from episode 2, because this Plaza is really amazing.

Orange tree streets

by Bwana_Brown

My first experience with orange trees as street decorations struck me five years ago while in the city of Castelo Branco, Portugal. I was so amazed at their decorative beauty that I forgot to take any photos of them - so I vowed that I would not make that same mistake the next time I saw them!

As it turns out, these 'sour orange' trees (sometimes called 'Seville oranges') are used for street decorations all over the city, thanks to their more erect bearing and compact crown when compared to the sweeter varieties of orange trees.

It is believed that sour orange trees originated in Asia and were brought to Europe by Arab traders in the 800s and had reached Seville some time in the 1100s. Thanks to Spanish exploration and colonization trips in the following centuries, this variety of orange trees continued to spread throughout the world, reaching the Caribbean islands and Mexico in the 1500s.

One of its attractive features as a decorative tree is that it does not require a lot of attention, so much so that some of them have lived for as long as 600 years! They are not called 'sour' oranges without a reason - their main uses today, other than as decoratives, are in flavouring seafood with their juice (sort of like a lemon) as well as the making of marmalades.

I was thinking of reaching up to try one myself, wondering why so many of these delicious looking fruits were just hanging there. Now I know why!

Packing List

by Deborah_Bagg

I would recommend a type of baggage with wheels on it, and something other than a backpack. Travellers who use luggage are treated better. Of course always leave space in your bag for purchases. There are many wonderful things to buy in Sevilla. Don't forget your umbrella in spring. I neglected to bring one and was rained on two of three days. Also, bring a good pair of walking shoes that you won't mind getting dirty (something washable). Always bring extra batteries, zip-lock type baggies, and loads of film. I usually took 4-6 rolls out a day. I also got into the habit of using little index cards to write notes on what I was photographing (including type of film, # of exposures, b&w/color, date & location). They turned out to be a great tool at identifying photos I had forgotten about.


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 Monte Triana Hotel Seville

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Address: Clara De Jesus Montero 24, Seville, Andalusia, 41010, Spain