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There is a 30 m² studio room available to rent in this 3-storey house in the Macarena area. The studio has wood paneled walls, a sofa bed that opens up into a double bed, and a kitchenette. There is a private bathroom located on the same floor that has been fully renovated.
Located on Pasaje Valvanera, the apartment is within a few minutes' walk of the famous Macarenca Basilica and the lively Alameda de Hércules. Alameda is always buzzing with activity, with a large pedestrian-friendly area known for its bohemian flair, delicious restaurants, unique bars, and cultural activities.
What We Liked
- You will have access to a storage room located outside the room.
- The kitchen is well-equipped with a toaster and hot plate.
- The studio is completely independent from the rest of the property.
- The studio is ideally located to get an up-and-close view of one of Seville's biggest festivities, Semana Santa (Holy Week).
Things to keep in mind
- Solar panels are used to heat water.
- The private kitchen only has one electric stove top.
- The studio doesn't have a washing machine or a dryer, so you would need to pay extra to have your laundry done.
- The closest bus station (C5) is a 1-minute walk from the studio.
Youralternative and historical hangout
Alameda is a long plaza lined with restaurants and bars.
Alameda is not what you'd expect.
Alameda once had a dangerous reputation. But not anymore. You could say it's done a 180. Because today it's home to the alternative scene.
The square erupts at night. Young Sevillanos flock here for botellón. That's when you sit outside for a drink and a chat with friends. It's a sight to see. Expect impromptu music performances. Why not join in?
If it's an original Andalusian bar you seek, go straight to Calle Feria. This historic street is also known for the Jueves Street Market. It's held every Thursday.
What can I do here?
Alameda is for people of all ages, at all times of day.
In the plazas, you'll find play areas and bars next to each other. So if you have children, you can enjoy a sunny afternoon with your friends and family without letting your kids out of sight. Clever, eh?
Alameda plaza also hosts medieval fairs and open-air concerts. Feel like dancing? This is the place to bring your friends – you can find everything from jazz clubs to bars playing '80s classics until sunrise.
If you're a fan of fusion food, take a walk down Calatrava Street. It's packed with fabulous restaurants.
At the southern end of the plaza there are 2 Roman columns. Hercules stands on one, Julius Caesar on the other. Local myth says Hercules founded the city. He arrived on the banks of Seville and began the first Phoenician trading post. Legend!