This 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment on Calle Mármoles, in San Bartolomé is 68?m² and opens out onto a lovely patio. The charming property is fully furnished and has a cozy living area as well as a kitchen with all that is needed to cook.
The apartment is located right in the heart of Seville, just minutes from the city hall and the Cathedral. The stunning Royal Alcázar of Seville is located nearby, and you will find shops, restaurants, and all the essential amenities within walking distance.
* The patio will be a perfect spot for your morning coffee.
* The kitchen comes with all the equipment you need to cook.
* There is a mezzanine level with a sofa bed, ideal to welcome visitors.
* Rafa the homecheker told us that he really loved this property.
* The apartment is located in a gorgeous historical area.
* There is no oven or dishwasher in the apartment.
* There is only a half-refrigerator.
* Property type: apartment
* Number of bathrooms: 2
* Floor: ground
* Elevator: no
* Wi-Fi installed: yes
* Wi-Fi activated: yes
* Floor area: 68.40?m²
* Utility bills: €100 per month (average cost)
* Speaks English: no
* Deposit: 1 month's rent
* Lives on property: no
* Payment method: cash; bank transaction
* Several buses stop nearby, including line C5.
Your charming, historic, and central happy house
You have arrived.
After all, Santa Cruz is Seville’s most visited neighbourhood.
Because hidden plazas, serpentine streets, and ancient cobblestone pathways. Need we say more?
Santa Cruz is more than just a pretty face, though. Once it was the most important Jewish Quarter in Spain after Toledo. But in the 14th century, this all changed. The Christians captured the neighbourhood and converted the synagogues into churches.
**What can I do here?**
The best thing to do in Santa Cruz is get lost. Hidden pathways will lead you to pretty plazas and tasty tapas.
The labyrinthine streets also transport you to a bygone era. And it will take you more than one attempt to navigate the twists and turns without error.
Want the perfect Sevilla Selfie? Go to Plaza del Patio de las Banderas arch. The view of the Giralda bell tower is pretty cool too.
Do you like peacocks?
Random questions aside, go to La Calle Agua. It’s close to the Real Alcázar, so you might spot the palace peacocks flying overhead. You guessed it, there are peacocks in the palace. #Free the P’s.
The teeny streets weren’t just made for smaller people. They were designed to combat the strong summer heat and keep the streets cool.
**Can I afford it?**
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