San Isidoro Apartment in Seville
This beautiful place as an enviable location, at one of the narrow streets which compose Seville’s old downtown, in the heart of Santa Cruz district. It is a safe, calm area, but at the same time there is much activity surrounding it: many little shops of traditional and handmade products, as well as many restaurants and terraces where you can enjoy from a great moment while tasting some of the specialities of Seville’s cuisine. The main touristic attractions are located a few metres away from the apartment, as the Cathedral and the Giralda tower, El Salvado square with the magnificent church of San Isidoro, the city hall and the Plaza Nueva.
San Isidoro apartment is carefully decorated within a harmonious, elegant style. It is a bright place as there are some large windows facing two interior courtyards, which transform the whole apartment into this perfect oasis of peace and light. There are two double bedrooms with one private and complete bathroom each one. One of these bedrooms has a double bed, and there is a window facing one of the interior courtyards. The second bedroom has two single beds, and there is also a window facing the other interior courtyard. The living-room is spacious and bright with large windows in both sides of the room, and there is a dining-room set with one table and chairs for six people. There is a double sofa-bed which provides the apartment with capacity for 6 guests. Finally, the kitchen is fully equipped and there is another large window facing also an interior courtyard.
6 guest(s) max.
- Washing machine
- Refrigerator and freezer
- Flat iron and ironing board
- Vitroceramic hob
- Dining room
- Sofa bed
- Double bed
- Bed linens and towels
- 2 single beds
- Bed linens and towels
- Hair dryer
Santa Cruz is the most popular quarter in Seville and it has its origins in the old Jewish quarter of Seville. This quarter was inhabited by the Jews ever since Seville was recaptured by Ferdinand III, King of Castile, until these were ejected in the 15th century.
Located in the center of Seville, Santa Cruz quarter reaches down to the Cathedral, the gardens of the Alcázar (palace) and Jardines de Murillo (Murillo gardens). It is, therefore, a landmark and a touristic zone and it is accessible through Mateos Gago street, the most touristic and commercial street of the quarter.
While having a walk in this zone, you can get to know more about its history, by contemplating the Moorish and Jewish features that so characterize this place. Furthermore, you can go into the narrow streets, which run in an irregular criss-cross pattern and lead to the patios sevillanos (traditional Sevillian patios) or squares, such as Plaza de la Alianza or Plaza de doña Elvira.
During your stay in Santa Cruz quarter, you will feel like you belong here, Andalusia, since you will find yourself surrounded by Andalusian style houses and a pleasant and joyful atmosphere so typical of this region. Nearby places to visit are the Giralda tower, Patio de los Naranjos (orange tree courtyard), the Alcázar (palace), Archivo de Indias (archive of Indies) and the Palacio Arzobispal (archbishop’s palace). On the adjacent streets Iglesia de Santa María la Blanca (Santa María la Blanca church), los Jardines de Murillo (Murillo gardens) y el Hospital de los Venerables (baroque hospital) can be found.
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