Butful apto. 2 rooms Cathedral wifi

Sevilla, Andalucía, Spain








“The Space: Apartment in building with a typical Sevillian courtyard, located in the historical and central district of Santa Cruz, which has capacity for 4 people. The apartment has one big room with two single bed that can be united if requested and another room with 1 single bed but for the cases of 4 guest another bed will be taken for the second room. The apartment retains all the charm and quaintness of the neighborhood of Santa Cruz, located in the heart of Seville, 2 minutes from the Cathedral, the Salvador church etc. Upon entering the house there is access to a bright and sunny central courtyard, with its iron bars features, wooden windows and white marble floor, filled with plants and flowers, which transmit tranquility and freshness. The apartment has two bedrooms, one with twin beds that serve as bed if they come together and one with a single bed. The bathroom has a shower. The kitchen is equipped with appliances and cooking utensils. It also has a washing machine for use by our guests. In the lounge you will find a comfortable sofa, TV and dining table for 4 people. Interaction with guests: We help to make your stay more enjoyable by providing tickets, tours and suggestions for enjoying Seville each time. Bikes are available to rent and other tourist services by having a nearby tourist office where friends and offer suggestions for the best flamenco tickets and tours and excursions expectaculos 1 day. This company makes tranfer from the airport and take our guest to the apartment for 25 €. The neighborhood: Santa Cruz is one of the most important and popular of Seville (Spain), corresponding to a part of the medieval Jewish quarter of Seville, near the district of San Bartolomé districts. Located in the center of the city, bordered to the west with the surroundings of the Cathedral; south to the gardens of the Alcazar; east with the Murillo Gardens and north of Calle Santa Maria la Blanca. It originated in the old Jewish quarter of Seville, when King Ferdinand III of Castile conquered the city, concentrated in Sevilla’s second largest Jewish community in Spain after Toledo. After the expulsion of the Jews in 1483, the Santa Cruz plummeted, until the early nineteenth century the recovery ward was decided, for what the street Mateos Gago (the only relatively wide street of the neighborhood opened ) and the square that bears his name was redeveloped. In the current Plaza de Santa Cruz it was once located the parish of Santa Cruz, originally gave its name to this district. The church, of Mudejar style, was built on the remains of a synagogue which was located on the same site. During the French government (1811) occupation the church was demolished in a redevelopment plan of the city and in the resulting plot the Plaza de Santa Cruz was established. The parish located there moved to the former convent of the Clerics of the Holy Spirit, who is currently the Holy Cross Church, located on Calle Mateos Gago. It is a labyrinth of narrow streets and alleys as the old Jewish quarters to escape the scorching sun of the Sevillian summer, creating currents of fresh air, ending in places that seem far removed from the center of the city, famous are the Plaza de los Venerables filled pubs and terraces, is named after the former Hospital for Venerable Priests, according to gossip, in this square could have been born Don Juan Tenorio; or that names the neighborhood of Santa Cruz Plaza has a cross in the center locksmith seventeenth century built on the ancient Moorish parish of Santa Cruz; Plaza de las Cruces, small and crosses finished in three columns; Plaza de Doña Elvira, elegant with its tiles and orange trees and a fountain and flowerbeds with seating of bricks and tiles, once used as Comedy Corral, in this square is rumored that the impossible love born of Don Juan Tenorio, the mythical Doña Ines de Ulloa, at least that’s what he says one of the tiles are in place; the Square refiners there is a graceful sculpture mythical conqueror of women; Plaza de Alfaro; Square Alliance, formerly known as Plaza del Pozo Seco borders the wall; Water or alley parallel to the walls, and the water is brought to the Alcazar, and was also hosting the alley of writer Washington Irving, as recalled by a plaque made by Mariano Benlliure. Leaving this alley we came across the beautiful gardens of Murillo, another charming place in Seville. Another output of the neighborhood is the Jewish alley, which puts us at the end in the great Patio de Banderas which is formed by a hunt around the Royal Palace and its walls. Regarding the streets, it is the Las Cruces has two wooden crosses on a wall painted red; Calle Santa Teresa, where the Murillo House Museum and Carmelite convent dating from the seventeenth century founded by Saint Teresa; and Lope de Rueda Street, which has several mansions, streets other less important but no less beautiful are the Gloria Street, Mosque Street, Street Life, Pepper Street, the street Justino de Neve, the Jamerdana street and the street Susona before Death Street. And one of the most famous, the street Mateos Gago, from where you can see one of the best views of the Giralda. Getting around: 5 minutes is the Prado de San Sebastian, where you can catch several bus lines. But the best is the location that makes it one can walk to any area of central Seville. Santa Justa train station is in 25 minuts as it is out of the city walking but a taxi is around 10 €”


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Sevilla, Andalucía, Spain
37.38812874 -5.992063122

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