TRH La Motilla Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Ctra. N. IV, Km 553.4, Urb La Motilla, Dos Hermanas, Andalusia, 41700, Spain
TRH La Motilla Hotel
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 60% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families53
  • Couples62
  • Solo50
  • Business37

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Forum Posts

seville bullfighting

by dotzbyesther

Hi, does bullfighting happen in seville in the month of november?? and if so how do we get tickets to go??

Re: seville bullfighting

by travelgourmet

No, the season ended on September 26, 2010. Yesterday.

Re: seville bullfighting

by Aitana
According to this website, the last bullfighting this year will be on October 24 at Zaragoza. You can check it next time.

Re: seville bullfighting

by travelgourmet

Zaragoza is on the other side of Spain, not near Seville.

Re: seville bullfighting

by Aitana

I was just informing about the last bullfighting of the year in Spain.
I should have written: ... "the last bullfighting this year in Spain will be on October 24 at Zaragoza."
So, there won't be bullfighting in Spain in November.

Travel Tips for Sevilla


by tini58de

All over the place you will see the red flag or symbol with the NO 8 DO inscription in it. It is the city flag of Sevilla and it actually is a rebus:

the 8 looks like a skein of wool, which is called a madeja in Spanish. The motto, therefore, is a rebus, reading "NO madeja DO," a play on the sentence, "No me ha dejado," or "she [the city] has not abandoned me [the king]".

The motto, according to various legends, refers either to the city's support of King Alfonso X in a 13th-century war with his son, Don Sancho or places the phrase in the mouth of Ferdinand III while riding into the city after expelling the Moors in 1248.

UNESCO World Heritage sites

by tini58de

Sevilla has one huge UNESCO World Heritage site, which actually consists of three complexes: the Cathedral with the Giralda, the Alcazar and its gardens and the Lonja, which now houses the Archivo de Indias.

Here is what the official UNESCO inscription states:

Together these three buildings form a remarkable monumental complex in the heart of Seville. The cathedral and the Alcázar – dating from the Reconquest of 1248 to the 16th century and imbued with Moorish influences – are an exceptional testimony to the civilization of the Almohads as well as that of Christian Andalusia. The Giralda minaret is the masterpiece of Almohad architecture. It stands next to the cathedral with its five naves; the largest Gothic building in Europe, it houses the tomb of Christopher Columbus. The ancient Lonja, which became the Archivo de Indias, contains valuable documents from the archives of the colonies in the Americas.

Architecture, new and old

by Martin_S.

Walking the streets of old Sevilla you find a mixture of architectural styles that despite its seeming randomness and clashes, turns out to be very pleasing to the eye, or at least to our eyes it was. Everywhere you turn you have something new to see. This is what is lacking in many of our newer cities and towns, things have a sameness to them, here each house, building or establishment is an "individual", standing out from its neighbours.

The Thursday Market

by fairy_dust

Every Thursday morning and early afternoon, there is a market on part of Calle Feria. You'll find mostly clothes, books, antiques, and other second-hand goods. The antiques will probably cost you more, but I bought a white cotton skirt and pink embroidered scarf for a grand total of 8 Euros. Also, if you'll be in town for the April Fair, you might find be able to find a dress there for a fraction of the price in the boutiques (though the ones you'll find at the market are usually out of style).

Packing List

by fga

Study Abroad Horarios: los monumentos y museos suelen cambiar los horarios de visita,
por lo que es conveniente consultar. En general, desde octubre hasta marzo
abren de 9.30 a 13.30 y de 16.30 a 18 o 20. Durante la temporada alta
permanecen abiertos todo el día.

Más información: Oficina de Turismo de España, Carlos Pellegrini 1163,
3er. piso (4328-9664); Oficina Cultural de España, Paraná 1159.
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