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Price per night
July : £61
Price in January
Type of accommodation
2 Bedrooms, 65m²
Price per week
January : £56
A holiday rental in Seville is the best way to respect the rules of social distancing during the coronavirus epidemic this summer. A holiday rental is a private space, unlike a hotel or campsite. For example, if you choose a rental with a private swimming pool, you will be able to limit your interactions with other people. However, it is recommended that you follow the latest government information in order to comply with travel authorisations and the rules of the country: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
The average price of a night in a holiday rental in Seville is £61.
If you want to spend a week in a holiday rental in Seville, you have to pay on average £426 for 7 days. The price varies according to the season between £392 and £428 for one week.
The price of holiday rentals in Seville are less expensive in January: £56 per night on average. This represents a decrease of 5% compared to the average price recorded for the rest of the year. Conversely, the price increases by 2% (£61 per night) in 07, which is the most expensive month to live in Seville.
On average, rentals in Seville can accommodate 4 people (apartments and houses combined) and have a surface area of 65 m².
The price of a holiday rental in Seville is £139 per night for this summer. A week's rental in July or August will cost you on average £971.
A holiday rental for a weekend in Seville costs on average £112, for Friday and Saturday nights.
43% of accommodation is still available for a stay in February. It will be necessary to pay on average £61 per night.
Book a hotel in Seville for your next holiday this summer on Likibu. If you don’t want to break the bank, look for a holiday rental or Airbnb to stay in. Seville is a diverse and buzzing town with plenty of activities and sights for everyone to enjoy, so book your accommodation in Seville now!
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Rent a villa in Seville to have ample space and comfort on your next holiday with Likibu. Its well-known historic centre, a colossal Gothic cathedral, is a mesmerising mix of magnificent Mudéjar palaces, winding medieval lanes and baroque churches. Either stay in a city apartment or perhaps an Airbnb in Seville to be in the centre of the city and all its attractions. While the Sevillians are well-known for their wit and sparkle, the city itself is prominent for its vitality. It is the largest town in Southern S??in, th? ?it? ?f C?rm?n, Don Ju?n ?nd Figaro.
For the best experience without a doubt, you must visit in Easter time, Semana Santa. Schedule your journey for the April fair, immediately after Easter. We'd recommend booking your accommodation well in advance as things get booked very quickly during this holiday. Summers in Seville run from May - September with temperatures hitting 38°C. Temperatures in the winter can drop to about 11°C with sunny spells, so Seville is a great destination to visit all year round.
Many flights arrive at Seville from several European cities, including Madrid, Bristol, Dublin, Liverpool, Amsterdam, Rome, Barcelona, Paris, Brussels, Frankfurt, UK London Stansted and Gatwick.
While the best way of travel in Spain is often actually train or bus rather than a domestic flight, journey from other places in Europe will be easiest reached by plane, and there are a few airlines such as Easyjet and Ryanair that operate daily flights to Seville airport from UK to all around Europe.
On your arrival to the airport the local metro there takes you straight to Plaza de Armas, Seville's central bus station. The bus leaves every 30 minutes, and the travel time is around 30 minutes. Tickets are 4 euros and can be bought on board the bus. Alternatively, you can hire a taxi. It costs a flat rate of 25 euros.
The cities bus is very widespread, and it is the most preferred method used by the locals. At most stops, you will find NFC service points where you can see waiting times on your mobile along with all types of information about the city. There are also big screens displaying information on the arrival times of the next bus.
Seville has one large metro line. The new, extensive and modern light metro crosses the city from East to West (connecting with the metropolitan areas).
The Metrocentro is the surface type of the metro, which will assist you to reach the very heart of Seville: its monumental location. The track itself is an impressive tourist path.
Taxis in Seville are easily accessible and recognisable: they are white in colour with a yellow diagonal stripe on the side. The green light shows that the taxi is available, so flagging one down is the best way to get their attention!
The good thing is that these three central neighbourhoods are right next to each other in a row and imminently walkable, all three are very suitable for sightseeing and what's more, Seville holiday apartments and holidays lettings are on every corner and reasonably priced compared to many Spanish cities. Staying in the city centre is particularly excellent for accessing the major attractions: The Cathedral and the Alcazar.
Barrio Santa Cruz is one of the greatest places in Seville for families because it's a very walkable neighbourhood, with fun activities for kids, such as horse-drawn carriage drives and the gardens of the Alcazar. The city centre as well is very pedestrian friendly and has good family-friendly holiday apartments and is nearer on foot to the Isla Magica theme park. If you are looking for a place to stay for a couple's getaway or honeymoon, Barrio Santa Cruz is hard to beat for its natural silence plus you'll get a choice of quirky holiday rentals and airbnbs in this spot.
There is not a single best area in Seville for nightlife but test the waters in Macarena, Triana, Centre, and Barrio Santa Cruz. Dynamic pockets of nightlife dot the historical centre of the city, as well as Triana. Triana is very much a local scene, with lively and buoyant tapas bars open for everyone until the early hours of the morning, especially along Calle Betis. You'll find many apartments to rent in this neighbourhood making it popular with the young crowd. Triana is famous for its down-to-earth lively tapas bars where traditional local dishes are beautifully executed. Simply search ‘TripAdvisor' for Seville restaurants to see the fantastic food scene that the city has.
One of the most striking barrios (neighbourhoods) in all of Spain.
Once a tower of a mosque that stood on the site before, this tower now has become part of the cathedral. Climb up the Giralda Tower to find amazing views of the city and admire the beautiful gothic architecture.
The Cathedral of Saint Mary, also known as Seville Cathedral is a large Gothic Roman Catholic cathedral in Seville. It is a UNESCO world heritage site and features the tomb of Columbus. Visit the Cathedral for a peaceful and wholesome experience.
You do not have to watch a bullfight: if you have interest in the history of bullfighting or want to know more about its origin, visit the bullfighting museum at the bullring. The Real Maestranza de Caballeria is the oldest bullring in Spain. Bullfights take place here during the April Fair, one of the most famous bullfighting festivals in the world!
Seville is the most renowned city in Spain for Flamenco so many visitors come here specially to watch the dance. Go to Los Gallos to see Flamenco in a historic renovated home with incredible shows of singing, dancing and guitar as well as good cocktails!