The districts of Seville.

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The biggest city in Andalusia and the fourth largest in Spain, Seville has 9 districts, most of which are on the east side of the River Guadalquivir which runs through its centre. The commercial district of Nervión is in the east of the city and is home to much of the region's business, while most tourists go to Seville for the famous Old Town district. It’s the third largest of its kind in Europe and houses some UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as the Cathedral of Saint Mary, the Alcázar and the Torre del Oro.  

Old town

Macarena

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The Macarena district is one of Seville’s oldest and most populated areas. This district was once one of the main accesses to the city and stands out for its architectural style and clear Arab influence.

Highlights:
The Arco de la Macarena and the old city walls; the Macarena Basilica; the Church of the Omnium Sanctorum, a Gothic-Mudejar gem. Traditional shops and taverns.

Getting there:
Not far from the Old Town, the area can be reached on foot or by taking one of the numerous Tussam buses, including the Circular C5 to the San Luis-Arco Macarena stop and bus 14 to the Don Fradique (Macarena) stop.

Why stay:
An old and traditional area, ideal for taking in the Gothic-Mudejar art, visiting traditional shops, and enjoying the taverns and tapas bars.

Old town

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In brief:
This area of the city is full of monuments, including a number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Cathedral with its famous Giralda, the Alcázar of Seville and the Archivo General de Indias. Cobbled side streets, small squares, low houses and elegant courtyards are typical of this area.

Highlights:
The Seville Cathedral with the Giralda, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; the Plaza de Toros Maestranza; the Alcázar of Seville; the Maria Luisa Park; the typical, yellow-painted buildings featuring courtyards full of flowers. Taverns, bars and nightclubs.

Getting there:
Tram T1 connects the Old Town with line L1 of the metro at the Prado and Puerta de Jerez stops. Various bus routes pass by the main tourist attractions: the Cathedral is located at the Puerta Nueva stop of the C5 route, with the Archivo General de Indias also located close by. From here you will easily be able to get around on foot.

Why stay:
A central area with lots of history and art. Here you can admire architectural masterpieces of world renown. Vibrant nightlife with a wide selection of taverns, bars and nightclubs catering to all tastes.

San Pablo / Santa Justa

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Santa Cruz

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Full of monuments, the city’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites are all located here: the Cathedral with its Giralda, the Alcázar and the Achivo de Indias. Cobbled side streets, small squares, low houses and elegant courtyards are typical of this area.

Highlights:
The Cathedral with its Giralda, the Real Alcázar, the Archivo de Indias, the Avenida de la Constitución, the Jewish Quarter.

Getting there:
On foot from the Old Town or Triana. Numerous bus lines, as well as the Plaza Nueva, Archivo de Indias and Puerta de Jerez stops of the Metrocentro (T1). The Puerta de Jerez and Prado de San Sebastián metro stops.

Why stay:
Its streets contain the city’s three main monuments. Once the Jewish Quarter, it has a special atmosphere that makes it a unique area full of bars and restaurants.

South

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Triana

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Triana is home to the true essence of Seville: this old district of potters, sailors and workmen became famous for its singers and flamenco dancers, as well as its bullfighters.

Highlights:
The Santa Ana Church, Seville’s oldest church; the Triana Bridge; the tenement houses or ‘corrales’ with beautiful courtyards, typical of Seville. The nightlife of the Calle Betis.

Getting there:
Triana is reached by crossing the Guadalquivir River from the Old Town. There are various urban buses that pass around the heart of Triana (C1, C2, C3, 5, 6, 40 and 43). You can also get there by taking the metro (L1) to the Parque de los Principes or Plaza de Cuba stops.

Why stay:
Ideal for discovering the true spirit of Seville, with its flamenco shows and endless range of bars and restaurants where you can try some of the city’s best tapas.