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Self Catering Apartments Seville

Waytostay's self catering apartments give you the chance to see Seville at your own pace and enjoy a great holiday. Seville Is a historic city which really offers itself to sightseeing.

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Seville apartments - for a local feeling

Soprano
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€ 25*
p.p./night
Soprano 10% off with arrival before 20 sep

1 bedroom apartment, sleeps 3 people

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Casa Alfaqueques
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€ 13*
p.p./night
Casa Alfaqueques 15% off with arrival before 05 sep

2 bedroom apartment, sleeps 6 people

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Camino de San Lazaro
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€ 13*
p.p./night
Camino de San Lazaro 15% off with arrival before 05 sep

2 bedroom apartment, sleeps 6 people

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Tartessos
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€ 12*
p.p./night
Tartessos 15% off with arrival before 05 sep

3 bedroom apartment, sleeps 8 people

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Santa Justa
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€ 16*
p.p./night
Santa Justa 15% off with arrival before 05 sep

2 bedroom apartment, sleeps 5 people

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San Jacinto
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€ 19*
p.p./night
San Jacinto 30% off with arrival before 20 sep

1 bedroom apartment, sleeps 4 people

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Stay in self catering Seville apartments

Being in the south of Spain, Seville is surrounded by beautiful countryside and amazing landscapes. Seville self-catering apartments from Waytostay are a great way to spend your vacation as they give you the opportunity to explore this interesting city at your own pace and in your own time, which is especially convenient if you are with a family. As it’s one of the largest historical centres in Europe, there are plenty of buildings and sites you won’t want to miss out on. Some key places to see and visit include La Giralda, the Cathedral, and the Alcázar Palace. After you’ve visited those you might want to consider visiting Casa de Pilatos, the Town Hall, Archive of the Indies, the Fine Arts Museum (the second largest picture gallery in Spain), and one of many parish churches and private palaces. The people here in the largest city of southern Spain are renowned for their sense of humour and for being friendly to everyone. You can experience the local character at the Fería de Abril, a week-long party of drink, food and dance which takes place day and night in over a thousand specially-mounted tents. It’s a fantastic experience where you can learn a lot about Spanish people and culture. Bull-fighting and Flamenco dancing are also recommended to go and see if you want to dive into the local culture.