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Bed and breakfast accommodation in Sevilla Monasteries

• Unique and peaceful Monastery stays like no other

• Enjoy one of a kind guest accommodation in some of the most historic and beautiful buildings in Sevilla on the doorstep of some of Spain's most renowned tourist attractions.

• provides a unique opportunity for anyone to stay in beautiful Monastery accommodation across Sevilla and the surrounding area, the perfect base for a peaceful, relaxing retreat.

Sevilla Visitor information

The Plaza de España is one of the most impressive buildings of Seville, with it´s semi-circular brick building, with a tower at either end. In front of its exterior, is a canal that extends for 500m with four bridges, you can hire a small boat to row in the canal. 

Head to the Barrio de Santa Cruz for views of The Seville Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See, which is a Roman Catholic Cathedral, also the largest cathedral in the World. It´s a breath-taking sight to see with it´s incredible architecture, and you can also see the Giralda which is the bell tower of the Cathedral and has 80 chapels. You will also find Restaurants and Tapas Bars in the area, with souvenir shops too. 

The María Luisa Park is a stunning public park that runs along the Guadalquivir River, with many monuments throughout to admire. 


Seville Airport (SQV) is around 20 minutes from the city by car, and 30 minutes by bus. 

There is a Metro in Seville which is extremely easy to get access to throughout different points in the city. 

There are loads of Buses to be able to get around the City, you can hire cars, electric scooters & bikes. 

Popular locations nearby: 

Seville to Huelva – 1 hour by car 

Seville to Córdoba – 1 hour 20 minutes

Seville to Málaga – 2 hours 15 minutes by car

History of Sevilla

Seville is a beautiful historic city situated in Andalucía, with the River Guadalquivir going through it, in the southwest Iberian Peninsula. It has 3 UNESCO world heritage sites – The Alcázar palace complex, The Cathedral & The General Archive of the Indies. 

Seville holds the only river port in Spain, The Seville Harbour is situated around 80km from the Atlantic Ocean. 

Seville was conquered by the Moors, during 712 in the conquest of Hispalis. You can find many Moorish urban influences present in Seville, with the custom of decorating with small fountains in the courtyards and plants around the houses. However, most of the buildings of the Moorish aesthetic belong to the Múdejar style of Islamic art, inspired by the Arabic style and developed under the Christian Rule. 

The Seville Cathedral was built during the 15th Century with Gothic Architecture.

The Bridge of Isabel II or Bridge of Triana, runs along the River Guadalquivir connecting the Triana neighbourhood; this metal arch bridge was beautifully built and completed in 1852.  

Unlike many other areas in Spain, Seville is very flat with barely any mountains. The city has orange trees planted throughout, although we would not recommend you eat one as they are very sour, these oranges are used to make marmalade.

One of the most famous landmarks ¨the Giralda¨, which is the bell tower of the Seville Cathedral, was the tallest building in Seville until they built the Pelli Tower, this upset many Sevillians when it was finished in 2015.

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