IGH Vega de Triana - Camas
Enjoy the sun, stay up until late, drink some tasty Sangria, eat a wonderful paella and enjoy a flamenco show in Seville. If this sounds appealing then don't waste your time, and choose the IGH Vega de Triana 3 star apartment accommodation in Sevilla to start enjoying the Spanish movida!
In the lovely town called Camas, in the Andalucia region these comfortable apartments are ideal for a perfect Spanish vacation. The building is located near the highway which offers easy access to Sevilla's city center, and shopping district and casino are nearby. There are gardens, restaurants, and shops within easy reach of the apartments. These Sevilla apartments offer all the amenities typical of a hotel, like an onsite restaurant. Business travelers can make use of the property's business center.
Hidden Art Gem! The Museum of Fine Arts in Seville, houses a collection of mainly Spanish art pieces from the medieval period to the early 20th century. The Museum is installed in an old convent in the heart of downtown Seville. All works are permanent collections and bring together pieces by Goya and El Greco. This is a hidden gem that is far more relaxing to wander through than some other art museums.
The Magic Island! Isla Magica is the number one location in Seville if you are after a day out for all the family. The theme park was constructed on the former grounds of Expo 1992 World’s Fair in Seville and had its grand opening in 1997. There are many attractions to suit all the family, such as roller coasters, and various other rides for children of all sizes. The theme park also features live and cinematic shows.
The city that never sleeps! Head to Calle Betis in Triana, to sample some of the nightlife on offer in this sleepless Spanish city. There are many bars and restaurants to choose from and it is even possible to see a spot of Flamenco dancing on a night out. Like most towns in Spain the night only really kicks off around midnight so be prepared to pull an all-nighter bus. For those visitors who are looking for something a little less hectic the streets behind Calle Betis serve some of the best tapas in the city.
Archaeological Ensemble of Italica! This unique site remains untouched since it was first built unlike many Roman ruins in Spain. On a visit to the ruins it is possible to see original mosaic floors and an impressive amphitheatre. The city was founded in 206 BC by the Romans. Today following widespread excavations and with the development of a visitors center, the historical site has become popular with holiday makers.
Tasty dishes from the sea! Why not head to Punta Umbria and grab a bit to eat at the famous Restaurant Miramar, known for the best sea food in Seville. Afterwards take a stroll along the sandy beach and walk off that delicious helado you had for dessert. Ten green bottles! Check out the largest beer selection in all of Seville. Visit the bar at Cerveceria Internacional and order from their extensive fifteen page menu. And if you get a bit peckish during your visit why not try out some of the tasty tapas on offer. Stroll along the water front! After all that beer, sea food and tapas you will need a hearty walk to work off the calories. So why not stroll along the old city port of Seville. The port has been fully restored and now has many bars and restaurants located along the sea front. You can also visit the aquarium which holds Europe's largest shark tank.
IGH Vega de Triana - Camas
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