Vime Corregidor

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Morgado 17, Seville, Spain
Vime Corregidor
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 29% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Solo39
  • Business57

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Flamenco in Sevilla

by CaGal

We are going to be in Sevilla only for one night (18th of July) and we definitely want to catch a show. I have heard Los Gallos is the best. Are there any other good ones? Do I have to book the tickets before I reach Sevilla or is it ok to go there and buy the tickets? Any suggestions?...

PS: Are there any concessions for kids?

Re: Flamenco in Sevilla

by puerto_lover

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Re: Flamenco in Sevilla

by sewell

I support the comments on Casa de la Memorias having attended a performance there in May. There are two performances each evening, the first at nine o'clock. The quality is excellent and the building perfect. You should buy tickets in advance and get there early for a queue usually forms about 45 minutes before the performance in order to get the best seats. The show lasts about an hour. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Tickets 14 euros.

Travel Tips for Sevilla

When you visiting Sevilla, you...

by silvia-m.b

When you visiting Sevilla, you absolutely must see Real Alcázar. After go outside this wonderful place, at the exit you'll have an spectacular view of 'Giralda's Tower' in the Sevilla's Downtown. When I'm away from Sevilla I miss the wonderful Giralda and go to the top to see the general view of the city.

Santa Cruz quarter, moorish influence

by tompt

In the same quarter you will also find moorish influences. The elegant forms and shapes of the moorish architecture are great to look at. A nice example of moorish styl is the Meson del Moro. The picture shows the facade of this building. There are all kinds of different faces sticking out of the facade.


by Jawnuta

21-26 July
LA VELA DE SANTA ANA (The Candle of St Anna)
This annual festival in Triana celebrates the areas patron saints, Santiago and la Sena Santa Ana. Trianeros, the Triana residents, throw their own local feria in and around Calle Betis. Festivities start with the Opening Speech in Plaza del Altozano, where performances take place every evening on the stage. On Calle Betis itself there are casetas offering traditional fare: fried fish, grilled sardines and hazelnuts. The religious aspect of the festivals includes worship at the so-called cathedral of Triana (Santa Ana church), Gozos played by the Banda de Tres Caidas and special floral displays.
Calle Betis

The "myth" of Paella

by betis1

Paella is everywhere here, although maybe in a little different form than what you see in the pictures. They tend to call it simply arroz (rice) in Sevilla, and while many bars and restaurants offer it every day a lot don't. You'll discover places offer it only on Saturday and Sunday. As for that picture you have in your head of a large dish with delicately arranged seafood on the top - try to forget it. Most of the time it comes in a big scoop on a plate. Expect different variations wherever you go, with possible combinations of chicken, shrimp, pork, squid and clams. In the nicer restaurants you can order paella and get what you've seen in those magazines, but it'll likely taste the same.

Plaza de Espana

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Plaza de Espana is very picturesque. The square is formed by a huge semicircular building with arcades. The building belongs to the city administration. The building almost is completely reveted by color tiles. There is a magnificent fountain in the center of the square. The benches established along a facade, are decorated by the arms of all Spanish provinces.


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Address: Morgado 17, Seville, Spain