Mrs Pepa

Juan de Vera 20, Seville, 41003, Spain
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Hostal/Budget hotel?

by unaS

Have searched for hours. Looking for a clean, safe hostal or budget hotel in Sevilla. Must be in a neighbourhood safe for a mature woman travelling solo.
The closer to the centre the better of course. Price should be under Euro 55 for a single room.
Thanks.

Re: Hostal/Budget hotel?

by juzz

Hello,

I'm not sure if this is what you are looking for, but in Sevilla I stayed in a "pension", called Dona Trinidad, we payed (something like 3 years ago) 50 euros per a double room per night.
We liked the place very much, it's in a typical building where all the rooms face to the inner colorful courtyard and it's in the centre, 10 minutes walking from the Giralda, around there you can find restaurants and bars and as far as I could see the area is very safe and clean.

Bad sides:
In a pension they don't serve food, even for breakfast, so take this into account.
When I was there nobody could speak english, check if it's still the same

The details:
http://www.donatrinidad.com/
address: Calle Archeros 7
email: info@donatrinidad.com
telephone: 954541906

I hope this helped,
regards
Sergio

Travel Tips for Sevilla

What A Beautiful City!

by Krystynn

Start your sightseeing expedition by exploring every nook and cranny of this fabulous Andalucian city - on foot. It takes a stony heart not to be captivated by Sevilla's unique atmosphere... her magnificence and old world charms. Go on. Climb up to the top of La Giralda (your heart and stamina permitting) and take some lovely photographs of the city of Sevilla.

Can you spot Sevilla's most famous 18th century bullring (which happens to be one of Spain's oldest) - Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza in the distance?

Santa Cruz quarter, christian influence

by tompt

In the heart of Seville a district with winding alleys. It was the Jewish district in the middle ages, and was under protection of the Crown after the reconquest. At the end of the 14th century it was taken over by the Christians who changed all the synagogues into churches. And this christian influence can also be seen in the statues of the Holy Mary.

See the Plaza de España, in...

by Raffa

See the Plaza de España, in addition, you will want to visit the old city, with the Cathedral and the Giralda tower at its heart. (You can climb the steps inside the tower for a magnificent view of the City) Very close by are the royal Mudéjar palace known as the Alcazar with marvellous gardens and the Santa Cruz quarter, with cramped streets, flowered balconies, richly decorated facades, hidden patios... Other sights not to be missed are, In the old city, the Casa de Pilatos, a large sixteenth-century mansion where Mudejar, Gothic and Renaissance styles blend harmoniously amidst exuberant patios and gardens and, crossing the Triana bridge over the large Guadalquívir river, the lively popular quarter of Triana with charming narrow streets around the church of Santa Ana and traditional. ceramic factories.

Don't touch the fruit

by betis1

Many times (but not always) in supermarkets you need to wait for the attendant to pick your fruit. Unlike in the U.S. you can't always reach out and squeeze that tomato or plum to see if it is ripe. You can, however, ask that they pick out a certain piece of fruit for you if it looks good.

Day 31

by into-thin-air

Walk to Puebla de Sanabria -- 33k

Another long day but Beautiful countryside, Breakfast stop at Cernadilla then plenty of choices of lunch stops, As I was now a day ahead of schedule we stayed at a hotel on the outskirts of Puebla de Sanabria and took the day off the next day to catch up on sleep and explore this Beautiful old town !!

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