Magnificent apartment, ideal to enjoy all the essence of the heart of Seville. It is a very spacious apartment and can accommodate up to 7 people in its 3 rooms.
Located in a building A large kitchen equipped with everything, a living room full of light and spacious to relax, two bathrooms with shower and three very comfortable rooms, with 4 single beds, a double bed and a modern sofa bed individual. Ideal up to 7 people. Recently renovated (April 2017).
We will always be available by phone or email to help you resolve any problem or query. We have 1 tourist information point in Francisco Carrión Mejía street n3 store called Bunny Bikes and Sevilla Moving.
TOTALLY CLIMATIZED. The situation of the apartment is ideal to enjoy the city: everything is at your fingertips: monuments, shops, restaurants, transport, shopping streets, banks …
Account at all times with the attentions and services of the Sevilla Moving company that will be available for anything you need. Visit our sevilla moving site for any questions.
Construction of the building of about 480 square meters in the historic case of Seville, in the neighborhood of Santa Catalina, with a facade to Doña María Coronel street.
It is located approximately 130 meters from the Plaza and the Parroquia de San Pedro and Calle Imagen, or about 190 meters from the Church of Santa Catalina and the Plaza Ponce de León, about 10 minutes from the cathedral and the Alcazar of Seville .
Its urban environment, large blocks of irregular plots, is characterized by the proximity of important convents (Convent of the Sisters of the Cross, Royal Monastery of Santa Inés), by the Palace of Dueñas belonging to the House of Alba and churches mentioned.
The traditional farmhouse and more specifically the house-patio, maintains a clear presence as a residential typology.
The building is characterized by the shape of its patio, kidney-shaped, retaking the traditional way of building the city through spaces built around the patio, understood as a room. In the same line, the patio establishes a relationship with the street being its most representative space.
The façade to the street has a plinth that covers the lower and first floors, solid brick that will also be the protagonist in the interior of the patio. The two upper floors are composed of rectangular holes that maintain an adequate relationship with the street.
The building is an outstanding paradigm that helped to establish a model of intervention in the historic case of the city, becoming a constant appointment of architecture, not only local.
But in addition to the theoretical solidity it demonstrates and which relates it to the approaches of the Italian Tendenza, it is an excellent architectural exercise that is demonstrated in its understanding of the city, in the spatial relationships between the street and the interior space, in its coherence between the project and its construction and in the subtle beauty of its interior space.
The building is in a fantastic state of preservation.
Located in the Barrio San Pedro and Santa Catalina in the historic center of Seville, which extends from the center of the city, bordering the south with the Jewish quarter and the Macarena neighborhood to the north.
It is a neighborhood rich in architectural heritage, with churches hosting numerous brotherhoods and manor houses. They are pleasant streets, ideal for walking to be the part of greater
Places with charm
Visit the Squares of San Pedro and Cristo de Burgos. next to the parish of San Pedro, Gothic Mudejar of the fourteenth century, headquarters of the Brotherhood of Penance of the Christ of Burgos, which procession on Holy Wednesday and Gloria Nª Srª del Pilar.
who does it on October 12.
On the left of the parish we find the street Santa Angela de la Cruz, which takes us to the founding house of the Little Sisters of the Poor, where this popular saint is buried.
On the left we have Doña María Coronel street, through which we can visit the church of the Convent of Santa Ines, founded by María Coronel, of tragic life, and access the Palacio de las Dueñas and the church of San Marcos, in the area of the Macarena.
In the nearby street of Mercedes de Velilla, we have the Church of Buen Suceso, Carmelita, with a rich heritage.
Plazas de los Terceros, Ponce de Leon and Jerónimo de Cordoba
Practically together, it is accessed from the Plaza de San Pedro through Juan de Mesa Street or from Puerta Osario in the Ronda by Calle Escuelas Pías.
Crossing several streets that cross these neighborhoods.
In it we find the Parroquia de Santa Catalina, begun in the 13th century, in the Gothic-Mudejar style.
From these places we can tour the north and south of this neighborhood
Going through Bustos Tavera street, we will arrive at the Church of La Paz, home of the Brotherhood of the Mortaja, which procession on Good Friday. Gerona street that gives us access to the Palace of Las Dueñas and San Juan de la Palma, area of the Macarena.
On the street Sol, we see the church of the Consolation, the seventeenth century, former school of the Piarists, headquarters of the penance brotherhoods Dinner and Exaltation procession on Palm Sunday and Holy Thursday, and Gloria No. Srª the Incarnation that does it in October.
Continuing along this long street we can access the Parish of San Roman, home of the brotherhoods of Gloria de Nª Srª del Rosario and Santa Lucía, which procession in October and next to it the church of the Valley headquarters of the popular Brotherhood of the Gypsies, that makes a penance season early on Good Friday.
Visit Ahondiga street. Through it we will reach the Plaza de San Leandro with the convent of San Leandro. Zamudio Street we will reach the Church of San Idelfonso, (the Descalzos), the seventeenth century with a Russian-type tower and headquarters of the Captive of Seville and the brotherhood of glory of Nª Srª de los Reyes de los Sastres.
Continuing along Imperial Street, we will access the Parroquia de San Esteban, on Calle Aguilas, the headquarters of the brotherhoods of Nº Padre Jesús del Buen Viaje, who procession on Holy Tuesday, and of Sr. Srª de la Luz, next to this church, we have Casa de Pilatos, neo-Arab palace.
On the street Santiago we can reach the Parroquia de Santiago, of Mudejar origin, from where the brotherhood of the Kiss of Judas leaves on Holy Monday.
In this street we will find the Palace of Villapanés, of the XVIII century, next to this Palace is the Convent of Santa Maria de los Reyes of the XVII and the Corral del Conde, a very popular tenement house, today building apartments.
It is without doubt a place full of charms!
You will not need a car to move inside the city, although if you bring it we have a parking space (under reservation) contracted with the parking Jose Laguillo de Aussa being the price € 14 per day when booking under our name and not € 20 which is the normal price of other parkings in the area.
Thanks to the central location of the apartment, you can walk to any part of the city in less than 30 minutes.
In the immediate vicinity you will find taxi, buses, tram, metro, bikes and segway.
Seville has more than 160 km of bike lane, 2nd network in Europe after Amsterdam. As it is also a totally flat city, it is a pleasure to walk around it by bike. The margins of the Guadalquivir have a special charm.
We have a tourist information point in Francisco Carrión Mejía n3 Street. In the store Bunny Bikes and Sevilla Moving. There you will also find bikes to rent and the possibility of making routes through Seville and all of Andalusia.