Vertice Aljarafe Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Avda Republica Argentina S/N, Bormujos, Seville, Andalusia, 41930, Spain
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
47%
9
Poor
10%
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Terrible
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 66% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families80
  • Couples60
  • Solo100
  • Business89

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Treavel from Sevilla to Madrid

by ckseward

We will be visiting Sevilla in December and want to stop in Cordoba for a night before going to Madrid. If we take the AVE train, do we need to buy two separate tickets, or can we buy a ticket from Sevilla to Madrid, get off in Cordoba and get back on the AVE the next day using the same ticket?

Re: Treavel from Sevilla to Madrid

by Redang

I don't think so, I think you need two sepatate tickets.

Re: Treavel from Sevilla to Madrid

by WomBatt

No doubts. You certainly need to buy separate tickets. You cannot break your journey.

Re: Treavel from Sevilla to Madrid

by MaheshSamtani

For sure you need to buy separate tickets. The AVE tickets are issued for a certain train and time. An alternative would be to do a day trip to Crodoba as they have a very good train service. I have a tip on this service on my sevilla pages.

Re: Treavel from Sevilla to Madrid

by Mozumbus

Without knowing your preferences; I would suggest you taking a bus/train to Cordoba and then take an overnight bus to Madrid...

Refer to www.alsa.es for bus fares and schedules. In Andalucia, buses are frequent, reliable, and comfortable...

Re: Treavel from Sevilla to Madrid

by Redang

Or maybe a regional train Sevilla-Córdoba (cheaper) then, Córdoba-Madrid with AVE.

Re: Treavel from Sevilla to Madrid

by Roadquill

Cordoba is a very easy day trip from Sevilla. Just on hour and it runs around 14 euro one way. You will spend more time checking into and out of hotels. Better to HQ out of Sevilla. There is also a less expensive train but I think it takes over and 1 hour 30 minutes. check the renfe site. Karl

Re: Treavel from Sevilla to Madrid

by Redang

Yes, Karl is right with a daytrip, however, due to you want to go to Madrid, maybe it doesn't make too much sense to go Sevilla-Córdoba-Sevilla, then, Sevilla-Madrid (passing by Córdoba again) the day after.

What you can do, is: Go to Córdoba in the evening during those hours you (and all of us) mess around waiting for dinner time, so, you can overnight in Córdoba and you'll have the day afyter to visit Córdoba.

Re: Treavel from Sevilla to Madrid

by cherry_tribal

You would have to get 2 separate tickets !!!


But I would buy them in advance... Here in Spain in the website www.renfe.es there is sometimes like good deals on the prices !

If you buy normally tickets with 1 month in advance ( aprox ) a trip from Sevilla to Madrid instead of being 80€ one way, you can get it for 30€ !!


Best way for going to Cordoba and saving up some money I would do..

Sevilla - Cordoba

and then Cordoba - Madrid

Travel Tips for Sevilla

A relaxing time in a relaxed city

by travelingcebuano

Taking walks all over Seville is what I enjoy the most. I call it a "perfect walking city" since I felt I could just go on and on, walking anywhere, and still enjoy every bit of the city. Spending a quiet afternoon in Plaza de Espana, watching the crowds go by and spending the afternoon, sitting quietly, observing every bit of this amazing plaza.

I have to defer to Krystynn's...

by rbarliant

I have to defer to Krystynn's page here. I read the page before I went, and did just about everything she suggested. La Giralda, the Cathedral, Flamenco dancing, it was all very
memorable. Seville is unique and beautiful.

This is the flamenco show i...

by jujub

This is the flamenco show i watched, I guess this show by this group, Los Gallos, is very popular, I had to buy the ticket in advance because they sell very fast. It was a good show, worth the money.. great costumes, one of the guitar players was great, and I liked 2 dancers: this lady, and this really tall, young guy. They were really good. I wonder if their feet suffer, because they stomp them so much, especially the ladies...

Drink sangria

by TinKan

This is our favorite place that we like to go and drink sangria and sit and watch the world go by.

It is in a little square in the Santa Cruz area of the old city and is a stone throw away from the Alcazar, the church as well as the shopping area.

Be sure to get a pitcher of sangria and eat the fruit in the glass when done.

Hola España!

by Krystynn

Actually, you DON'T NEED to pack too many clothings because dresses/ clothes are pretty INEXPENSIVE here in Spain. Yes, go to Spain with a half-filled luggage and you WON'T be disappointed.

If you choose to go in October, better still. It's SALE time. Olé!!

A rule of thumb: DO plan your wardrobe in such a way that you'll have no problem mixing and matching your outfits and it should bring you from day to night. So in this instance, that little black dress WILL come in VERY handy for those nights when you're out partying at night or out sightseeing in the day at a local museum! :-)) Sevilla in Autumm can be hot too especially in the afternoons. Their nights are breezy & cool. So, no need to wear warm jackets when you're out walking the streets at night.

If you wish to blend in with the locals - dress like them. Smart casuals and/or elegant outfits only please. Nothing dorky! ;-)

The following is a rough guide on what I'd pack along with me for an Autumn vacation to the South of Spain (Andalucia) where the weather is more Mediterranean-like:

(1) 1 pair of jeans (in black or denim blue).

(2) 1 short skirt OR skorts

(3) 1 pair of shorts/ bermudas.

(4) 2 summer dresses.

(5) 3 or 4 cotton t-shirts/ tank tops

(6) 1 pair of sandals

(7) 1 pair of evening shoes

(8) 1 little black dress (which doubles up for day + evening events). The trendy crowd of Sevilla do dress up when they go out to party. Go ahead knock 'em dead (the guys, I mean) with your amazing dress sense!

(9) 2 nightgowns/ pyjamas.

(10) 1 bathing suit. DON'T forget to transfer your precious Clarifying toners and astringent, foaming cleanser, Advanced Night Repair/ Vibrant night creams et al into small plastic containers - to save luggage space. Go high-tech, baby! Go high-tech. Nothing less than a digital camera will do.

And if you must snap a picture of that hot hunk or sexy lady in Sevilla (to show off to your friends back home at what they are missing out), I suggest you bring along your new high-tech mobile phone which doubles up as a spy-camera and video recorder! ;-)

Ah, the wonders of modern technology!

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 Vertice Aljarafe Hotel

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Address: Avda Republica Argentina S/N, Bormujos, Seville, Andalusia, 41930, Spain