Cozy and warm apartment with terrace, located in the historic center, on a 3rd floor without elevator.
The house, facing outwards, is full of light and vitality ... and at the same time it is extremely quiet for rest.
It has a bedroom with a double bed, bathroom with shower, large living room with an open-plan kitchen and a glassed-in terrace with 2 single beds, which can make the functions of second bedroom with a large desk-table.
On the rooftop of the building there is a nice terrace with outdoor furniture to enjoy the excellent temperature of our city.
The house is located in a traditional and picturesque Sevillian street in the very heart of the city and next to the Guadalquivir river promenade.
Its privileged location allows you to walk to the main tourist attractions:
In front of the footbridge that takes us to the Monastery of La Cartuja (current Museum of Contemporary Art).
Next to the Shopping Center and Bus Station (to move out of the city): Plaza de Armas. â€¢ Five minutes from La Alameda, a large leisure area, where you can walk and find cafes, bars, restaurants, playgrounds, cinemas, and a varied social and cultural environment. â€¢ Ten minutes from Las Setas, an architectural milestone that has revolutionized the social and commercial life of the EncarnaciÃ³n district, as well as offering very interesting views.
Ten minutes from the commercial area, Campana, Calle Sierpes, Imagen, Cuna, O'Donell, Rioja.
Ten minutes from the Isla Magica Leisure Park.
Ten minutes from the Museum of Fine Arts, one of the largest art galleries in the country. â€¢ Fifteen minutes away from the AlcÃ¡zar, the Giralda, the Cathedral, and the Torre del Oro monumental building par excellence of Seville.
A few meters away you can go to the Avenida Torneo, connecting with other important neighborhoods of the city along the historic round (Triana, San Bernardo, San BartolomÃ©, NerviÃ³n), and even discover the architectural heritage that the Universal Exhibitions of 1929 and 1992 have bequeathed to the city on Avenida de la Palmera and Isla de la Cartuja. Also, the Torneo Avenue runs parallel to the Guadalquivir River, public space recovered for the city, where you can enjoy a pleasant walk along its banks.