Hostal Sierpes

Address: C/ Corral del Rey, 22, Seville, Andalusia, 41004, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Alfalfa area of Seville, is near Museo del Baile Flamenco, Casa de la Memoria de Al-Andalus, Calle Sierpes, and Santa María de las Cuevas Monastery (La Cartuja).
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    Travel Blogs from Seville

    Day 3: The Eastern Suburbs

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Mar 03, 2021

    54 photos

    ... a quaint little church and city hall, and traditional yellow and white painted houses. I find a shady spot to rest and strum for a bit before soldiering on. The day is still young, and I’m already on town number 4… looks like this should be a productive day. 0706 A Castle—sort of (Sp 036, 10B-058) Castilleja de la Cuesta, August 6, 2010 Day 339 : 2 hours, 3.4 kms From Gines I head back east on a boulevard lined with beautiful traditional Spanish ...

    Time to explore

    A travel blog entry by skippyroo on Jun 01, 2015

    1 comment, 48 photos

    Thursday 28 May 2015
    Left just before low ater and headed up the river. Very different scenery – very (UK)
    east coast on the west side – marshy and muddy!!! very flat. Sawloads and loads of storks. Some nests had two young ones in them.
    We managed to get to Seville on the single incoming tide which was great. Unfortuately we
    cant get into the marina close to the centre as they were full so ...

    Seville - Capital of Spain's "Golden Age"

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Mar 30, 2015

    152 photos

    ... audiences on group tours. I found
    one, though, that was very authentic with a small audience hall and only four
    artists in the group – guitarist, singer, and male and female dancers who
    danced separate dances rather than together. Flamenco originated with Gypsies
    in Andalusia and is very much about individual artistic expression and showing
    off one’s talent with fast dance moves and unique style. Real Flamenco appears
    quite improvisational like Jazz.


    Seville to Granada

    A travel blog entry by 111days on Nov 20, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... Alcazar were the back garden and the throne room. The throne room had extraordinary tiling and detail. The roof was domed, and made to look like the sky at night. In the back garden, we saw a duck following a peacock. It was quite cute. There were many peacocks and orange trees around. It was just a very peaceful and beautiful area.

    On Sunday we went to Mass at the Cathedral. It was a lovely sung Mass, all the singers were men.

    Another thing I ...

    Back home.

    A travel blog entry by nigeljbennett on Nov 15, 2014

    14 photos

    ... br> bit side swiped as passed by La Azotea (no.2) and dropped in for one Tapa and
    drink. We were able to get the last high table for 4. The place
    soon packed out (at about 2 pm). We invited another couple to join us and
    there we sat chatting for 2 hours with this interesting young couple.
    Juan was from Valencia and Paulina was from Moscow. They both had
    finished ...