Tips for traveling to Sevilla
10/03/2019 0 Comments
Free visits to monuments in Seville Seville offers many activities and free tours on specific days, and know can help save money, especially if you are traveling in a group or family. The Real Alcazar for example is one of the main monuments of Seville and can be visited free Monday afternoon. The Torre del Oro is one of the most visited places in the city and also is free on Mondays. It is next to the river Guadalquivir and inside houses a maritime museum. And across the river is the Castillo de San Jorge, a thematic center on the oppression during the time of the Spanish Inquisition. Admission is free every day and is in the Triana district, one of the most popular and traditional of the city which is worth a stroll. The Carthusian Monastery is one of the historic buildings of Seville. It is located in the Isla de la Cartuja, across the river, where the Universal Exhibition 92. In the monastery, where once the Carthusian monks made pottery, is the headquarters of the Andalusian Centre of Contemporary Art and the Admission is free Tuesday through Friday evenings and Saturday all day. Bullring Real Maestranza is one of the emblems of Sevilla and is located in the heart of the city, the river, near the Golden Tower. You can also visit this example of baroque century Andalusian XVIII Monday from 15-19 hours. Public transport in Sevilla Using public transportation is one of the ways to save on a trip and meet at the same time how the city moves. To do this you count with different public transportation and prices so you can calculate what is the cheapest way to move from one place to another. If you stay in the center of Seville, you can save a lot on transportation because you can walk to most attractions, as they are mostly in the old town. But if you need to travel by car, think a taxi in which fit 4 people may be cheaper to pay 4 bus tickets for example, the price per person each way is 1.40 euros. Thus, the sum of 4 people Bus would be 5.60 euros, price by which you can go from the center to other parts of the city by taxi. Sevilla also has meter, but only one line. The central bus stop is near the Golden Tower and the Palace of San Telmo and up to San Juan de Aznalfarache, a Sevillian population. The price depends on the trip meter and ranges between 1,35 and 1,80 euros. Times cheaper to travel to Seville If you do not have availability problems, travel to Seville in low season can save more than 50% in the price of lodging. Thus, visiting the Andalusian capital in January, February, July or August will guarantee a quieter city and more affordable prices than at other times like spring. Also, plan the trip in advance can also benefit from lower prices, as usual late availability decreases and prices rise. Also keep in mind that most hotels have hotel accommodation if a non-refundable rate, that is, you can not cancel hires. If you are sure to travel on those dates, not refundable rates can save between 10 and 15%. And finally, remember that in our apartment in the center of Sevilla we offer to travel on weekdays, with 10% discount for accommodation between Sunday and Wednesday, another way to get the best price.