A modern 2-bedroom apartment with AC is available to rent near the Museo de Bellas Artes in central San Vicente. The apartment has a stylish living room, where you can relax on the cozy couch after a long day exploring the city center. The kitchen has all the basics, including a microwave and a small hotplate for cooking.
Both bedrooms have lots of natural light, and each is well-furnished with a comfortable bed and plenty of storage space for all your things. In the bathroom, you'll find a sizable shower and colorful tiling.
You'll be living in San Vicente, 1 of Seville's most central and historic neighborhoods. You'll have the best of Sevilla at your fingertips here, with lots of museums, restaurants, cafes, tapas bars, and shops just outside your door. And, with lots of buses making stops nearby the property, you'll never be far from anything in Seville!
What We Liked
- You'll be living in central San Vicente!
- The Museo de Bellas Artes is a 3-minute walk from the property.
- Both bedrooms have AC. Cool.
- The apartment is modern and stylish.
Things to keep in mind
- The landlord lives on the property.
- You'll be living in Seville's city center-- put on some comfy shoes, and get walking!
- Not a big walker? Not to worry: lots of buses make stops nearby the property.
San Vicente/San Lorenzo
Your Andalusian, central, and historical home
You arrive. Life slows down.
You step back into the 16th century.
You are in Seville's old town.
Narrow cobblestone streets – It's a cliché, but that's what you get here. It's not a village, but it feels like one.
You'll see typical Andalusian homes with charming central courtyards. And because you're in the Casco Viejo, you'll find lots of churches, convents and patios.
The Basílica de Gran Poder is the famous church here. It's home to a beloved Holy Week icon: Jesús del Gran Poder.
It's no surprise that feverish crowds mass here in Semana Santa.
What can I do here?
Local Sevillanos come here to eat, and so should you.
So go, eat your way along San Lorenzo Plaza. You'll find the city's best restaurants here. Eslava and Bodega San Lorenzo are strong favourites.
Do you want to live like a local? Visit the bars on Alameda Square. Enjoy a beer. It's also known for its alternative scene.
Are you an early bird? Then browse local artwork in the Plaza del Museo flea market on Sunday mornings. Buy a bargain. Wait 50 years. Sell it. Did you make your million?
Founded by Fernando III in 1248, the San Clemente Monastery is the oldest in Seville. It's also the resting place of Spanish royalty. You wouldn't want to stay overnight! Spooky.
Can I afford it? €€€ (expensive)