Amazing Flat with a view in historic district.

Entire rental unit hosted by Maru

  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 bath


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Stunning flat to rent at the most Flamenco neighborhood in Sevilla,La Macarena.
The apartment has a loft-like character. The sleeping area, the living room and dining area are located in one room (see photo). In the kitchen,you may find a washing machine and dishwasher in addition to various cooking utensils, a stove,oven,dishes, cutlery, etc.
Internet connection is for free via wifi.
The bathroom is a very cute space,with shower tray.
You will love it!

The space
A flat to rent in a typical Sevillian house,in the lovely neighborhood of La Macarena.
I rent here a very stylish and individually decorated apartment in a great location,calle San Luis connects two of the most important districts in Sevilla;historical and monummental centre and trndy Macarena/Alameda.
At the flat,sheets and towels are provided as well as soup and complementary,i offer tea for the relaxing momments after visiting the city.

Where you'll sleep

1 queen bed

What this place offers

Free street parking
Air conditioning
Hair dryer

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Where you’ll be

Sevilla, Andalucía, Spain

La Macarena is one of the most popular neighborhoods of Seville, popular and castizo, is almost a town within the center of Seville, with its monuments, legends and traditions.

It is located to the north of the historical center and is surrounded by the rounds, extending to the south to the center of the capital and to the west to the Alameda de Hércules.

The center of the neighborhood is the Basilica de la Macarena, attached to the parish of San Gil, with its Mudéjar tower and next door we will see the Arab walls and the door of the same name, the only one preserved from that time.
The Virgin Macarena is the most famous painful of Spain and performs penitence station to the cathedral the dawn of Good Friday.
This basilica is a place of pilgrimage of the many devotees that this image has and in it are celebrated many weddings.

In front of the basilica, on the other side of the round we find the Hospital of the five wounds, a huge civil building of the sixteenth century, with several courtyards and church, and now seat of the Parliament of Andalusia.

Other places of interest

San Luis Street

Cross the heart of the neighborhood from the basilica of the Macarena to the Plaza de San Marcos. It is an irregular street very transitaday in it we will find the typical Pumarejo square, dominated by the Palacio house, seat of alternative social movements.
Visit the Church of San Luis, of the XVII century, formidable exponent of the Baroque Seville and at present in restoration.
The Church of Santa Marina is a beautiful example of the Sevillian Mudejar, with a beautiful tower and seat of the brotherhood of the Risen One, which comes out on Easter Sunday.

Street Fair

Calle Feria is the most emblematic of this neighborhood and extends from the Resolana (Ronda) to San Juan de la Palma.

In it we will find the market of the neighborhood, next to the parish of Omnium Sanctorum, with Mudéjar tower, seat of the cofradias of the Javieres and the painful Carmen, that do station of penitence on Tuesday and Holy Wednesday respectively.

In the narrowest part of this street is celebrated an antiques market every Thursday, so it is called "El Jueves". In this area is the chapel of Montesion, from where comes the brotherhood of No. Father Jesus of the Prayer of the Garden, Holy Thursday.

At the end of Calle Feria we arrive at the church of San Juan de la Palma, baroque and seat of the brotherhood of the Virgen de la Amargura, one of the most beautiful pains of Holy Week, reason for the procession march most known in Spain .
In the surroundings of this church we find the Convent of the Holy Spirit and the Palace of the Dueñas, pertaining to the House of Alba.

Between the two streets we can visit the most typical streets of this neighborhood: Escoberos, Parra, Arrayan and Divina Pastora, among others.

St. Mark's Square

At the end of Calle San Luis we find this square, crossing the streets Castelar, Bustos Tavera and Socorro.

Do not miss the Church of San Marcos, in this square, a magnificent Gothic Mudejar exponent of the fourteenth century.

In its surroundings we will find.
The Convent of Santa Isabel, behind the church of San Marcos, XV century. It became a prison for women and today it continues its convent activity.
Chapel of the Dolores, in the street Siete Dolores, of century XVIII. It is soothes of the brotherhood of Servitas and processes Holy Saturday.
Convent of Santa Paula, in the street Santa Paula, of century XV. It is a jewel that has one of the most beautiful bullrings in Andalusia. Closing Nuns.
Convent of Santa María del Socorro, in Calle Socorro, from the XVI-XVIII centuries. Currently closed.

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Checkout: 11:00 AM
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No pets
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