Le petit Paris

Address: Calle San Pedro Martir 14, Seville, Andalusia, 41001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Beverage Selection
          • Pets allowed


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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

          ... 8217;m taking a picture of a fountain in a traffic circle, an old man sitting nearby seems quite flattered that a tourist has shown interest in discovering his town. “The civilization of Camas goes back thousands of years” he proudly tells me. And I thought it was just your run of the mill suburb… 0703 A Sloppy Government Project (Sp 033, 10B-055) Tomares, August 6, 2010 Day 338: 4 hours, 5.4 kms To reach my next suburb, Tomares, I have to ...

          Scorching Sevilla

          A travel blog entry by wayfarer_woman on Jun 07, 2015

          3 comments, 30 photos

          ... The bell tower of the cathedral (the Giralda) is stunningly beautiful and it is great to see the archaeological evolution as the height of the tower increases with the roman foundations at the bottom, moorish minarets and finally Spanish Renaissance at the top. The alcazar (or royal palace) of Seville was amazing and opulent. The most stunning ...

          Seville - Capital of Spain's "Golden Age"

          A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Mar 30, 2015

          152 photos

          ... br> Jewish neighborhood, an especially picturesque but touristy part of town with narrow
          winding streets, courtyards, garden squares, and rpetty restored building with
          lots of tiles. It’s the Spain of the imagination, the one tourists want to see,
          so it’s full of small boutique hotels and restaurants and tapas bars with
          jacked up prices. It was totally different in atmosphere from the rest of the
          city during Semana Santa, including the Centro neighborhood where ...


          A travel blog entry by startrailers on Feb 02, 2015

          115 photos

          ... paid the miserly sum of 2e to see the biggest cathedral in the world, which is built on the site of the Grand Mosque, and the Giralda, which is the Mosque's original Minaret.
          The entrance to the Giralda is inside the Cathedral and we climbed the tower before we looked around the cathedral.
          The Giralda is 98 metres high and is climbed by going up 35 ramps - built so that soldiers could ride their horses up to the top.

          Farewell to Nick

          A travel blog entry by nigeljbennett on Nov 19, 2014

          24 photos

          ... br> the Queen is from the "upstart" Saxe-Coburg-Gotha line.

          Our friends Irfhan and Brenda recommended a Japanese / Peruvian Tapa restaurant called Nazca so we headed off to find it. Again passing thru the huge crowds still waiting
          to pay their last respects to the Duchess.

          Great restaurant highly recommend. We arrived around 8:30 thinking now way we would get a table but again we are in Seville and we were early. by 10:00 pm the place was