This is the very symbol of Seville, officially recognised as a Human World Heritage by Unesco, together with the Cathedral. Originally the minaret of the old mosque during the Islamic period of the city, the bell-tower was raised in the XII century, and was repeatedly modified until it gained the current aspect.
The tower was named after the Giraldillo, the big bronze statue representing Faith which is placed on top of the tower self as a pennant. The Giralda is almost 100 m tall, and can be accessed through 34 flight of stairs which lead to the bell cell. From here the amazing view opens on the city and all around.
Spend a tranquil break in the charming Hostal Dalís, situated right next to the beautiful gardens of the Reales Alcázares and one of the ancient gat [...]
This hotel overlooks central Seville’s Maria Luisa Park and Plaza de España, and is just a few minutes’ walk from the impressive monuments locate [...]
Set in a restored 19th-century mansion in the centre of Seville, Patio de la Alameda features an internal courtyard typical of the city. Each room ha [...]
Sevilla Inn Backpackers is a lively hostel located in the centre of Seville, only 200 metres from the Cathedral. It features a large terrace with grea [...]
Enjoy a taste of authentic Andalusia in the heart of the region’s capital. This traditional hotel lies on a pedestrianised street, surrounded by sho [...]
Be thrilled by this magnificent, 18th-century, Andalusian building – a recently renovated, authentic townhouse which boasts original features, a roo [...]
Situated at the heart of historical Seville, this charming boutique hotel is just a short walk from the main sights of the city, including the Cathedr [...]