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✰ In the heart of Seville ✰ Barrio de Triana

Apartment
Whole unit
Shared bath
Mixed household
4
Beds

Description

I am 43 years old, I like to have people at home to live with them and learn from other cultures. I do not care where they come from, what I really care about is knowing and learning. I do not have animals at home. I am open minded and enjoy a good conversation. The important thing is that my guests feel at home and find warmth and harmony living in my apartment. I live alone and I love sharing experiences with people from all over the world. In my house they have stayed French, Swiss, American and Spanish, with whom I have spent wonderful moments. My house is 15 minutes walk from the center of the city. It is perfect to enjoy and know the city. The bus and the metro are around the corner if you do not want to walk. From my house you can go to the center of the city walking along the famous bridge of Triana. The cathedral is only 15 minutes away on foot.     Check in: 2:00 hrs Check out: 12 hrs ⌘ Meals ⌘ Guests will have access to the kitchen to prepare a sandwich or a coffee or tea, something light. If you want to eat or dine, I offer typical food, price to be agreed. ❤ Places of interest in the neighborhood of Triana ❤ The neighborhood is next to the Guadalquivir River and is a must if you want to know Seville. To begin, if you are in the city and you stay in Triana, you can start by visiting these places: ˣCastillo de San Jorge. Built in the tenth century as a fortification of medieval origin also used as the headquarters and prison of the Spanish Inquisition. At the moment it is a market of supplies but its underground plant, where ruins appeared, lodges a museum on the Castle, the Inquisición and the religious repression. If we visit the Castle of San Jorge, next door we can see the Callejón de la Inquisición. ˣMarket of Triana. In this same place we can make a stop, since bars have been created in the market where we can have some tapas. Also here you can find some of the freshest oysters in the city, in addition to traditional bars or sushi. ˣ Bridge of Isabel II. Maybe you know better by the Puente de Triana. It is another place that you must write down in your list of what to see in Seville since it is one of the most beautiful pictures of the city, also if you decide to do one of our free Sevilla tour, you will also know the history of the bridge of boats that occupied that same place. ˣCapilla de los Marineros. Known by all, here we can see the virgin Esperanza de Triana, one of the protagonists of Holy Week in Seville. ˣ Church of Santa Ana. Built in the late twelfth century Gothic style is a Historical Heritage of Spain, therefore, super if you plan to visit Seville. ˣCapilla del Carmen. Do not forget to visit it, it is a small chapel built by the famous Sevillian architect Aníbal González, also creator of the Plaza de España in Seville, among other architectural works of the city. Triana is a neighborhood of sailors, craftsmen and workers and famous in Spain for its artists: bullfighters, flamenco singers and dancers, so it is not uncommon to enjoy flamenco shows in many of its bars. ˣMonument to Juan Belmonte, in the same plaza of Altozano we can see this monument to the bullfighter. Through it we can see the Maestranza, Torre del Oro and the Giralda as the composition of the city. ˣ Betis Street On the banks of the river, bordering Triana and overlooking the historic center, it connects both bridges and is one of the most picturesque streets of the city. There you can admire the wonderful views of Seville by having a drink, a beer or tapas in many of its bars. ˣCorrales, patios or houses of neighbors. Traditional houses of Seville and Triana that still remain and you can find among others in: Calle Alfarería 85, Calle Castilla 7 or the rehabilitated Corral Herrera in Pages del Corro. ˣ If you still want to see churches in Seville, you should not miss: The Church of San Jacinto or Church of the O. In addition, we can also mention the Convento de las Mínimas or the Casa de los Mensaque of 1900. Come and see Seville and stay with me you will love it! I like to have a close relationship with my guests and be available whenever they need it. I will do everything possible to keep a good memory of the city and its vacations.

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