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Seville is one of the great treasures of Andalusia. Gilded with the spires of one of Europe's mightiest Gothic cathedrals, it’s old – some say more than 3,000 years old – heart will have you snapping away from your first day to the last. On one side is the glorious Mudejar Alcazar of Seville, resplendent with gilded decor and echoing with the lost footsteps of Spain's one-time Moorish masters. On the other, you’ll find winding lanes and alleys, where every corner gives rise to Baroque belfries or a whitewashed bullring. Meanwhile, spice-scented tapas broils in the bars, crowds relax at al fresco cafés and flamenco dancers twirl in the twilight. And then, of course, there’s the winding Guadalquivir River, meandering past the atmospheric alcoves and facades of the mighty Plaza de Espana. Holiday rentals in Seville put all of this just steps away from your bed.
Perhaps you're tired of the rigmarole of classic hotels – breakfast schedules, queues in the lobby, late-night noises from other guests? Or it could be that you’re just looking for somewhere that oozes real Andalusian charm for that first trip to Spain? If so, there are plenty of reasons to go your own way and book one of the many Seville holiday rentals with ebookers instead. Everything from characterful pueblo apartments to breezy penthouses await in and around the historic heart of town, providing far more space than the usual guestrooms, and a sense of privacy that comes from having a real home from home.
Holiday apartments in Seville are a launchpad for exploring one of Spain's most elegant cities. With the grand Seville Cathedral and the Giralda tower looming overhead, you could start with a jaunt through the warren of lanes that is the Barrio Santa Cruz – an enchanting glimpse of old Andalusia that's packed with things to do. Nearby, the regal Alcazar flaunts its majestic gardens and palm-shaded arcades, all cascading down the hills to meet the unforgettable sights of the Plaza de Espana. Meanwhile, the northern side of the old city is home to winding lanes and enticing tapas joints, which is also where the twilling flamenco shows and traditional processions of the great Seville Fair take place in spring.
Heading out from those Seville holiday apartments and getting lost on foot in the enchanting Jewish Quarter is one of the best ways to really explore this handsome city of Moorish landmarks and Baroque architecture. To speed things up, you could consider renting a bike. There are terminals for dropping your 2 wheels off all over town, and over 60 miles of dedicated cycling track to make things easy. An ever-expanding metro serves for hops across the Guadalquivir River on the south side, with main stops at Plaza de Cuba and San Bernardo, while hiring a car is great for trips out to the white villages of Andalusia or jaunts to the nearby Spanish coast.