* We love the open-plan living area.
* Modern amenities include a dishwasher and washing machine.
* Bedroom 2 has AC and a balcony.
* You are a 10-minute walk from shopping areas which include Plaza del Duque, Campana, and Calle Tetuán.
* Languages spoken: English, Spanish
* Lives on property: no
* Deposit: €700
* Payment method: cash; bank transfer
* Smoking allowed: no
* Pets permitted: no
* A few minutes' away you have Calle Torneo with bus stops for lines 3, 6, C3, and night buses A2 and A7.
* Be sure to try out Sevici (Seviile's public bike system) for a quick and easy way to get around the city.
**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)
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