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Price and Availability Index in Seville
Holiday Letting Price Information in Seville
The graph shows average prices of holiday lettings in Seville for the next twelve months. The week with the highest average prices is in April (13/04 - 20/04). During this week, a night will cost on average £189. Opt for a getaway in December (07/12 - 14/12) for optimal savings when heading to Seville.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Seville
This graph shows the holiday letting availability rate for the next twelve months. The most challenging week to find a letting in the next twelve months is in December (07/12 - 14/12). People tend to travel to Seville least during a week in January (19/01 - 26/01) when only 18% of the rentals are booked.
The Weather in Seville
Above is a climate diagram for Seville. July is the warmest month in Seville, with average daily maximum temperatures of 36°. No heat wave is expected in January, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 6° low. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is June.
Arabian Nights await at Seville holiday lettings
Wend your way through the maze of medieval passages that lead to Seville apartments. These ancient streets look as though they may have leapt from the pages of Arabian Nights. Palaces, ornate Baroque churches, and the world's largest Gothic cathedral dazzle with opulent splendour. Accommodation in Seville spells Roman ruins, Moorish influences, and mirage-like nights in flamenco clubs.
More Moorish meals
Andalucian cuisine is some of the most loved in all of Spain. Whereas you'll find the city replete with top-notch dining options, conTenedor is one of the favourites for traditional cuisine. A slow food aesthetic, coupled with the restaurant's charming settings and bright paintings by the owner himself, distinguish the place. Tapas aficionados can choose from some 3,000 tapas bars that populate Seville. While Jamón Ibérico is the staple, you should also seek out solomillo al whisky for a sublime alternative. The Moorish influence on the city bursts adds spicy intrigue to dishes such as espinacas con garbanzos (spinach, chickpeas, and warming cumin), and honeyed aubergines. Wash it down like a local with a Cruzcampo beer, or team your squid with a frosted fino. Life doesn't get much better.
See spectacular city sights
The Hospital de los Venerables Sacerdotes is one of Seville's most opulent and impressive museums. Housed in a former hospice, it presents an awe-inspiring collection of works by Velasquez, including La Inmaculada Concepción, and a likeness of Santa Catalina by Murillo that almost breathes. The largest Gothic structure of its type in the world, the Seville Cathedral is equally as inspiring for its scale as its architectural prowess. Sprung from the foundations of a former mosque, the soaring bell tower still has the original minaret. Dating to 1434, other highlights of this remarkable ecclesiastical edifice include a glittering gold altarpiece and the ornate final resting place of Christopher Columbus. Don't leave the city without seeing its majestic UNESCO-protected palace, which is over a thousand years old. As though you needed another reason to visit, it also featured in the Game of Thrones TV series.
Discover an oasis in the city
Take a turn around Parque de Maria Luisa, an emerald hideaway with sleepy duck ponds and serene shaded spots. Embellished with brick, tile, and Venetian-style bridges, fountains, and gleaming miniature canals that you can row on, the park is a true wonderland. Its Plaza de Espana glitters with showy grandeur, and two musuems flank the park: the Museo Arqueológico and Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares. Come for an afternoon of exploration and dip into either collection for some culture on the side.
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