Welcome to Catedral de Sevilla by KEYWii
Welcome to Catedral de Sevilla by KEYWii
So as not to create confusion, I will clarify in green those that are YOU WILL FIND in the apartment, and in red those that YOU WONT FIND in the apartment:
The Exact address is:
Calle Rodrigo Caro, 9 – 2 floor Left, 41003, Sevilla
from your Smathphone, please open Google Maps with this link: https://goo.gl/maps/ZpCaBSyAWu98FW6B8
CONTACT: ISABEL and KEYWii TEAM:
– Check in and during your stay:+34 622 886 447 o email@example.com
– KEYWii Administration contact ( 9:30 am- 6:00 pm):+34 664 643 277
How to get to the apartment?
CHECK – IN:
- The arrival time is from 18:00 p.m.
- The delivery of keys is done through the AUTO – CHECKING system through a box called masterlock.
- The Masterlock is hooked on the grid next to the entrance door.
- the code to open it: 4430.
- The deadline for leaving the apartment is 11:00 a.m.
- Be sure to leave the windows closed, the lights and the air conditioning turned off and the house in good condition.
- It is appreciated if you leave towels and sheets removed from the beds in the bathroom.
- The trash/rubish should be thrown away.
- Do not leave dirty dishes in the sink.
- The keys will be left inside the house (on the kitchen table), on the table and pull the door.
Failure to comply with this point may result in penalties on the part of the property deducted from the deposit!
- Red: MOVISTAR_AF6B
- Clave: 8EAE30N33TG
- The apartment is non-smoking. Additional charges will apply for smoking.
- We are in a residential building and noise is not allowed from 10:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
- You can not organize parties or events. If they are made, we will cancel the reservation and the apartment will have to be vacated in a maximum of 1 hour.
- Do not throw objects out of windows, balconies or terraces. This includes cigarette butts.
- If there is any problem with the neighbors – please call us.
GUíA de SEVILLA
Definitely, visiting Seville is a whole experience. Seville, one of the most beautiful cities in Spain, has a long history, as shown by its monuments and buildings, many of them registered as World Heritage Sites by the UNESCO. In addition, its colorful streets, its people, its gastronomy and its climate make it one of the most visited cities in Spain.
Visiting Seville is getting involved in the culture and the past of Spain. Seville is full of history. Here are 5 monuments that are “a must-see” in any visit to the Andalusian capital.
1. Seville Cathedral and the Giralda (1 min)
Seville is home to the largest Gothic Cathedral in the world, and a visit is at the top of the list of Seville’s “must see” monuments. Witness the grandeur from the outside, experience the gothic eeriness on this inside, and also hike up 34 ramps to the top of the bell tower, La Giralda, for spectacular views of the city.
2. The Royal Alcázar (1 min)
One of Seville’s most celebrated sights is the Alcazar Palace, which started as a Moorish fortress and has evolved into the oldest Royal residence still in use in Europe. With fabulous architecture and also some great gardens to explore, it’s a must-see monument and also one of the stages of Game of Thrones! You can visit it for free with audioguide or arrange a guided tour, to learn more about the Patio de la Montería, the Courtroom or the Patio del Yeso, some of its most important corners.
3. The Archive of the Indies (6 mins)
The General Archive of the Indies is the old Merchants’ Market and another of the essentials that must be visited in Seville. It was built in 1584, although it was not used until 1598. The Archive of the Indies is an institution responsible for the custody and conservation of all the documents related to the Spanish colonies. It covers more than three centuries of history of a vast territory including the American continent as well as the Philippines.
The archive building is located in the city centre, between the Cathedral and the Alcazar. You can visit both the permanent collection and the temporary exhibits that are organized from time to time.
4. Plaza de España (23 mins)
This fantastic pavilion found in the Maria Luisa Park was built to host the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition by the Sevillian architect Aníbal González. Its beautiful tiled buildings and boat rides around the small canal make it fun for travelers of all ages. Of course, this astonishing monument should be visited without any doubt.
5. La Torre del Oro (11 mins)
The Torre del Oro (Golden Tower) is one of Seville’s most photographed landmarks, located at a wide promenade near the Guadalquivir and near the building of La Maestranza. The tower was built around the year 1220 and was part of the city’s defensive walls, linked to an octagonal tower nearby, the Torre de la Plata.
WHERE TO EAT IN SEVILLA
Seville is known for its delicious cuisine with an affordable price. What the Sevillians prefer to do is «tapear», which consists on going to different bars and enjoy the typical tapas.
Here we name some of our favorite bars and restaurants in SEVILLA, we really hope you enjoy them:
est tapas in town:
- In the Mateo Gagos street we hardly recommend: Las Columnas, Tomate, La Fresquita, Taberna Alvaro Perejil, Bodega Santa Cruz.
- In the S. Salvador and S. Francisco squares, El Rinconcillo (the oldest bar in Gerona street no.42), Burladero, Puerto Delicias (spectacular terrace), Roof (amazing views), Fontecruz.
- El Pintón in Francos street no.42, near the museum, in order to book call 955 075 153 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Modern restaurant, good food and great service.
- Casa Robles in Alvarez Quintero 58
- Mesón de la Infanta in Arfe St. 32
- Casa Morales in Garcia Vinuesa St. (typical and rustic)
- Las Teresas in the Santa Cruz Neighborhood
- Ovejas Negras in Hernando Colon 8
- Triana in Castilla St. (in Triana neighborhood)
- Torres y Garcia (very modern)
- Tata Pila, near to Colon, cocktail bar
- Bodeguita Antonio Romero (Plaza de Toros, ask for the «piripis»)
- Mesón Serranito Triana
- La Fabrica de Besona (haute cuisine)
- Perro Viejo in Argujo St. 3 (ask for their patatas bravas)
- El 5 (cheese)
- El Caña Botas (fresh fish)
- Maria Trifulca in theIsabel II bridge. To book, call 681 200 400/954 330 347
- Lola Cacerola
WHERE TO HAVE A DRINK
In the city center:
El Salvador square is the perfect place to take a beer… This plaza is one of the locals’ favourite spots for pre-dinner drinks: every day before lunch, and especially on Sundays, the square throws off its demure ways to get surprisingly lively.
Doña María Hotel in Redondo street no. 19
M Hotel or Fontecruz Hotel, close to the cathedral, a classic with good prices.
Must do: Have a drink at night on the terrace. You will feel that you’re taking it in the Giralda.
The terrace of the Alfonso XIII Hotel: unique place to have a drink while enjoying the atmosphere.
In the Paseo Colón: Dada pub. Very nice area where to enjoy the last rays of sun in the evening.
In the Arenal street you will be able to find the Gallo Negro and Magallanes, as well as a night club called Groucho.
In the Triana Neighborhoud: don’t forget to have a dring in the bar «Lo nuestro» or «el Rejoneo» in Betis street.
Near to «la Alameda de Hercules»: Night clubs: Holiday and Antique Theatro.
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