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Seville Travel Information

Region: Spain

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Hotel Alfonso XIII, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Seville

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Featured Seville Hotel

Hotel Alfonso XIII, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Seville

Hotel Alfonso XIII, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Seville

Our 4.5-Star classification designates those properties with well-appointed, deluxe accommodations, extensive amenities and comprehensive guest services. Expect attention to detail and a warm and hospitable staff ready to cater to your needs. These superb properties offer a truly refined getaway. Half star indicates that the hotel/resort meets all criteria of the designated rating and exceeds in certain areas.
Catedral del Sevilla

This magnificent hotel in the heart of Seville has been fully restored while retaining its aura of history and glamor.

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Weather

Seville gets hot during summer. Temperatures average around 97°F in July and August with very little rain to cool you down. Winter has an opposite range, with plenty of rainfall between November and February and several days per month of below-zero temperatures. On average though, over 230 days per year have temperatures above 68°F.

Getting Around

Seville's San Pablo Airport is well served by a range of domestic and international airlines. There are two long-distance bus stations in town, with frequent service to the rest of Andalucía, the Mediterranean Coast and points north of the Sierra Morena and Portugal. Four classes of trains, including the hyper-speedy AVE service, connect Seville to Madrid. Other transport options include renting a car or motorcycle and braving the jostling common out on the open road. Only the most hearty and adventurous cyclists tour the region.

Most of the tourist sights in Seville are within walking distance of each other. Cycling is an easy way to get around the city due to the flat terrain, although navigating the traffic can be difficult. Scooters are available for hire and are a good choice, particularly if you have some experience negotiating narrow European streets. Remember that helmets are required by law. Taxis are an obvious choice, too.

Entry Requirements

Please contact the Spanish consulate for up-to-date information on travel document requirements.

Health and Safety

Most visitors to Spain never feel remotely threatened, but a sufficient number have unpleasant experiences to warrant an alert. The main thing to be wary of is petty theft (which may of course not seem so petty if your passport, cash, travelers checks, credit card and camera go missing). In other words, be careful but don't be paranoid.

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