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Seville City Guide Introduction - Seville, Spain

Intro to Seville

Sevillanos have cultivated a high art out of the act of enjoying themselves—whether that means cheering until hoarse at a bullfight or reclining in a crowded, sun-drenched plaza. From the city's lively spring festivals to the vivid colors of flamenco dresses, Seville is vibrant, passionate, and intensely lived.» read more

Seville essentials

Expect to Spend: Seville

What can you expect to pay for a hotel in Seville? A meal? A tasty little bocadillo? We'll tell you, and we'll also give you some tips for taking advantage of the local culinary bounty. » read more

Getting Around Seville

How should you get around Seville? We'll give you the basic information here and let you make your own transportation decisions. Because, ultimately, we're democratic types here. » read more

Getting Into Seville

No matter how you're planning to arrive in Seville—by air, rail or road—we've got you covered right here. Dig in, Cheapos. » read more

Seville Budget Tips

We'll help you keep things cheap in one of Spain's more expensive cities with our thick list of tips and suggestions. You'll want to give us some serious besos afterwards. » read more

Seville Car Rentals

Zoom zoom, right? Or maybe not. Should you rent a car in Seville? We'll answer that question for you right here. » read more

Seville feature stories

Reviewing Seville

Cheapo Kari scouted hotels in Seville around just before the Easter festivities. See what she has to say about the hotel scene, best times to travel and must-do activities. » read more

Seville City Guide Introduction

Sevillanos have cultivated a high art out of the act of enjoying themselves—whether that means cheering until hoarse at a bullfight or reclining in a crowded, sun-drenched plaza. From the city's lively spring festivals to the vivid colors of flamenco dresses, Seville is vibrant, passionate, and intensely lived.» read more

Seville Hotel Overview

What can you expect to pay for a midrange hotel in Seville? For a good budget room? For a decent splurge? Check out our hotel scene overview here and sort these crucial matters out.

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Seville: Top Ten Attractions

Seville may not be Spain's largest city, but its abundance of museums and other historical and cultural sights make it more than worth a visit. Most of the city's best attractions are located in the Old Town and easily reached by foot, and—best of all—only cost a few euros (or none at all!).

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From our Seville blog

Welcome to EuroCheapo’s guide to cheap hotels in Seville and throughout Europe.

Happily for budget travelers, Seville offers no shortage of small family-run budget hotels and pensions, many of which are located in the center of town. These hotels tend to be quite affordable—as long as you’re not visiting in the middle of feria! (Even then, we can make it work...)

Find the right affordable hotel

Search in the box above to see available hotels and rates for your travel dates.

If you’re not in a hurry, click through to see a list of our recommended budget hotels. Note that all of our “Editor’s Picks” are clean, central and cheap!

Our guide to Seville on a budget

But wait, there’s more! Read the articles in our city guide and in our Seville blog to discover additional budget tips, including cheap eats, saving on sightseeing and free things to do.

Thanks for visiting EuroCheapo. Together we can afford to go anywhere!

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Regina Bryan’s interesting article here on EuroCheapo last month sparked a discussion on rail fares in Spain. So we thought a few thoughts on Spanish rail travel might be in order. The hop-on-at-will culture that preva ... read

We could so easily have opted for the plane, taking a direct flight from Berlin to Málaga and then traveling onward to Cádiz by bus. And it would have taken 12 hours door-to-door. That would have been too simple. Why p ... read

AVE is Spain’s fastest, slickest and most modern train. Those who want to travel in style and comfort take Ave and pay, for the most part, a pretty penny to do so. With so many cheapo flights around Europe these days ( ... read

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