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Discover the surroundings of DOÑA MARÍA HOTEL ****

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Private parking

Private parking at the hotel

Nearby bus

Excellent bus connections

Train station

Just 2 km from the hotel

Seville Airport

15 km from Seville Airport.

Privileged location, right in the historic heart of Seville

Enjoy the unparalleled beauty of Seville, immerse yourself in its most authentic atmosphere, and rest in a hotel tailored to you.

Doña Maria Hotel **** offers you its home in the historic center of Seville, perfect for getting to know this unique place full of magic and charm in detail, without giving up the utmost comfort and the best value for money.

Location and Activities

Activities in Seville

What to See and Do in Seville

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The Giralda

The majestic Almohad tower that crowns the Cathedral encapsulates 800 years of our history. The Giraldillo is its proud weathervane, whose replica can be admired at the Prince’s Gate.

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The largest Gothic temple in the world stands in the heart of the historic center with its impressive facade, imposing porticos, and a breathtaking interior, where the main altar, the stage for the Dance of the Seises, is a few meters from the (supposed) tomb of Christopher Columbus. It organizes guided tours every day, except for January 1 and 6 and December 25.

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Plaza de España

Designed for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929 by the architect Aníbal González, it retains all the gallantry and romantic aura that have made it an absolutely unique space. Boat rides and wafer stalls are perfect for a sunny autumn day.

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La Torre del Oro

The 13th-century defensive tower is the tireless lookout over the Guadalquivir and the darling of Seville. Inside, it houses the Seville Maritime Museum, which can be visited for free on Mondays.

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Reales Alcázares

One of the oldest palaces still in use in the world, it is the most emblematic Arab monument of the city, with an interior decorated with royal gardens that have been the setting for numerous film shoots, like the series ‘Game of Thrones’.

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María Luisa Park

Stroll through the city’s most well-known and beloved gardens, which were donated to the people of Seville by María Luisa Fernanda de Borbón in 1914. The best thing to do, before entering the nearby Plaza de España, is to let yourself get lost in its labyrinthine paths, ponds, fountains, and lush vegetation.

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Setas de la Encarnación

The Metropol Parasol de la Encarnación, a work by Jürgen Mayer, is a mega-gastrobar and underground museum, the Antiquarium, all in one beneath six impressive umbrellas (parasols) that resemble a giant sea sponge.

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Town Hall, Plaza Nueva and Plaza de San Francisco

Posh shops in Plaza Nueva, where the plateresque Town Hall is located, are the prelude to the commercial display of Tetuán and Sierpes streets. Behind the Town Hall, is Plaza de San Francisco, the nerve center of 16th-century Seville.