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Sep 30, 2011
La Catedral de Sevilla is one of the most popular and impressive sights in the city of Seville. This architectural treasure is hundreds of years old, dating back to the 1500s, and it still welcomes awe-struck visitors into its halls and tower today. You can even see Christopher Columbus's final resting spot.
Sep 30, 2011
Spanish food emphasizes fresh ingredients, with a particular focus on olive oil and garlic, as well as saffron and paprika. There are plenty of delicious cow, goat and sheep cheese, too, plus meat-based dishes and wonderful wines to accompany your meal. Tapas, or appetizers, are a favorite option.
Hotels in Seville
The classic historic character is alive and well at many of the finest of the hotels in Seville. Anchored by the Hotel Alfonso and inaugurated in 1929 by the Spanish King of the same name, the hotel is elegant with its marble floor bathrooms and beautiful tapestries to help make your stay soothing and rejuvenating.
For total immersion in luxury, find the Conquistador with its inlaid marquetry and ceramic tile. For a little more settled in feeling, check out Las Casas de la Juderia, a quaint collection of old houses and intimate courtyards, where you can also find nearby upscale shopping and dining in a bit more refined fashion. Your best bet for a hotel near a critical mass of Seville activity is the Old Quarter and the San Gil Hotel. For more upscale luxury one step removed from the city center stay at the Oasis Islantilla or the Gran Melia Colon in its affluent section of this beautiful capital of Andalusia. These are only a few of the hotels that you’ll find much to your liking.
You’ll be sure and find a great hotel to your liking and a helpful staff to keep you comfortable at any one of Seville’s fine hotels.