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Hotels near Macarena in Seville, Spain

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Seville, capital of Andalucía, is one of Spain's most popular destinations. You will find excellent tourist facilities in this vibrant city, as well as colorful festivals and an exciting nightlife. Visitors often head straight to the old walled city, but other areas of Seville, such as Macarena, have lots to offer. Macarena is an old Seville neighborhood, which has become increasingly popular with young locals, leading to a facelift in recent years. You will find a good choice of hotels in Macarena, Seville, on our pages at Venere. Our multiple photos of hotels, including sample rooms, will help you make a choice from among our many partnered hotels in Seville.

What's Macarena, Seville Like?

You will find hotels in Macarena, Seville, nestled up against the old Moorish city walls. A stroll around its narrow streets will reveal churches, plazas and palaces. Many are crumbling, but lots have been restored and are open to visit. Look out for courtyard areas where artists have their workshops and where you can watch street performers. Visit the Basilica on Calle San Luis, home to one of Seville's favorite virgins, La Macarena de la Esperanza. If you are lucky enough to be visiting during Easter Holy Week you can follow her spectacular procession around the streets. Just opposite the Basilica is the old Renaissance hospital, Cinco Llagas, now home to the Andalucian Parliament. From Macarena, it is easy to explore ancient Seville. Just head through the Puerta de Córdoba, one of the Moorish gates through the city walls. Macarena is a good shopping destination for clothes, food and artisan products. The Calle Feria market is considered to be one of the city's best for food. It is well known for its organic food, artisan breads and fresh cakes. Stop off here and stock up on items for a picnic lunch.

Getting Along with Locals in Macarena, Seville

The best way to mingle with the locals is to head away from tourist attractions to the little back street bars with no English menus. Here you can order a range of typical Spanish tapas. Sample tortilla, pulpo Gallego, patatas bravas and queso Manchego. Remember that the Sevillanos, like most Spanish, eat late in the evening and restaurant kitchens won't start cooking much before nine. If you wish to stay in hotels in Macarena, Seville, use the accurate maps at Venere to pinpoint exactly where they are in relation to the rest of the city. You will know which attractions are nearby and can have fun using our travel tips to plan your stay in Spain.