The hotel Monte Carmelo is in the neighbourhood of Los Remedios, next to Triana, very close to Seville’s historical and artistic centre.

The hotel’s proximity to the Artistic and Monumental Centre makes it an ideal and prime location both for tourists and business travellers.

All of the main tourist sights (Giralda, Cathedral, Torre del Oro and Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza) are within a 10-minute walk, yet another plus for our hotel. You can reach these sights by taking a pleasant walk across the river Guadalquivir, crossing the San Telmo bridge, where you can enjoy some magnificent views.

BY CAR

  • From Madrid-Córdoba (Ref.: San Pablo Airport) - See map and route.
  • From Cádiz (Ref.: Real Betis - Benito Villamarín Stadium) - See map and route.
  • From Granada-Málaga (Ref.: Entering Seville from the A-92) - See map and route.
  • From Huelva (Ref.: Puente Cristo de la Expiración) - See map and route.
  • NB: Check street directions and follow the signposts when you reach the vicinity of the hotel.

By plane

From San Pablo Airport

  • Airport taxis.
  • Airport bus (EA) Destination: Plaza de Armas Bus Station. Get off at the San Bernardo stop. From San Bernardo take bus C1 to Virgen de Luján - Juan Sebastián el Cano. From there the hotel is a 5-minute walk.

BY TRAIN

From Santa Justa Station

  • Bus C1 to Virgen de Luján - Juan Sebastián el Cano. From there the hotel is a 5-minute walk.
  • Taxi.

BY BUs

From Plaza de Armas Bus Station

  • Bus no. 6 to Virgen de Luján-Juan Sebastián el Cano. On foot (5 minutes).
  • Taxi.

From Prado de San Sebastián Bus Station

  • Bus C1 to Virgen de Luján - Juan Sebastián el Cano. From there the hotel is a 5-minute walk.
  • Metro to Plaza de Cuba and walk 5 minutes to the hotel.
  • Bus no. 5 to Avenida República Argentina and walk 5 minutes to the hotel.
  • Taxi

See Seville taxi fares: TAXI FARES

See city bus (TUSSAM) fares: TUSSAM FARES

See Seville metro fares: METRO FARES

For your convenience, here are our GPS coordinates so you can easily find us if you’ve never visited before:

  • Latitude: 37º 22' 36.2"N
  • Decimal Latitude: 37.376728
  • Longitude: -05º 59' 49.8"W
  • Decimal Longitude: -5.997169
Monuments and places of interest

It is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, known as the montaña hueca or ‘hollow mountain’. It contains the tomb of Christopher Columbus, as well as the uncorrupted body of King Ferdinand III of Castile. Map

La Giralda is the name given to the bell tower of Seville Cathedral. It was originally built as a minaret to the old mosque which the current cathedral was built on. The bell tower or top third was added in Christian times. Map

Watchtower located on the left bank of the Guadalquivir, near to the Real Maestranza bullring. Home to the Seville Naval Museum. Map

Palace complex surrounded by ramparts. Its interior is a mixture of styles which mark the passage of time: Islamic, Mudéjar and Gothic. Map

Stores around 43,000 records, 80 million pages and 8,000 s and drawings from the authorities which administered the Spanish colonies. Map

Property of the Real Maestranza de Caballería. In some bullfighting environments, it is considered the most important bullring in Spain. It is nicknamed the Catedral del Toreo, or the Cathedral of Bullfighting. It also houses the Museo Taurino (Bullfighting Museum). Map

Plaza de España is an architectural ensemble built by the Seville architect Aníbal González, for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. It is the largest ensemble of Andalusian regionalist architecture.

La Plaza de España is inside the María Luisa park, one of the city’s green lungs. The current park used to belong to the private gardens of San Telmo palace, and was donated to the city in 1893 by María Luisa Fernanda de Borbón, Duchess of Montpensier. Map

Belonging to the Fundación Ducal de Medinacelli, Casa de Pilatos is a palace built between the 15th and 16th centuries. It is the largest residential complex in Seville.

Map

The most venerated icon of the city, known throughout the world. In the Museum-Treasure of the Basilica you can see how the religious brotherhoods take to the streets during Holy Week.

Map

An ancient Roman city located in Santiponce. It was the first Roman city founded in Hispania, outside of Italian territory.

Map


Theatres

c/José de Gálvez, 6 - Isla de la Cartuja. Map

Paseo de Cristóbal Colón, 22. Map

Av. de María Luisa, s/n. Map

C/Cuna, 15. Map

c/Habana, 18 - Casa de la Moneda. Map

Plaza del Duque. Map

c/Crédito, 11. Map

c/Sol, 5. Map


Shopping Centres

C/Luis de Morales, s/n (Zona Nervión). Map

Plaza de la Legión, 8 (Zona Centro). Map

Av. de Andalucía, s/n (Zona Nervión-Este). Map

Av. Alcalde Luis Uruñuela, s/n (East area). Map

Seville museums

A recently opened archaeological museum located under the Metropol Parasol in Plaza de la Encarnación. Map

A must-visit art gallery to discover both baroque Seville painting, especially works by Zurbarán, Murillo and Valdés Leal, as well as 21st-century Andalusian painting. Map

One of the premier archaeological museums in Spain in terms of the quantity and quality of the works which form part of its collection. Map

Located opposite the Museo Arqueológico (Archaeological Museum) in Plaza de América. Map

The cultural offerings of the centre are based around a visit to the Monastery of Santa María de las Cuevas, which houses important artistic and archaeological assets. Map

Located under the stands of sections 10 and 12 of the Real Maestranza bullring. Map

Located in Plaza de España with access through the Puerta de Aragón inside the famous plaza. Map

Located in the old Convent of Los Remedios in Plaza de Cuba, 500 metres from the Hotel Monte Carmelo. Map

Just a 5-minute walk from our hotel. It contains pieces of typical ceramics from Triana, various historical ovens dated to the 16th century, and related tools. Entry is included in the Real Alcázar tourist package. Map

Not exactly a museum, but we could call it a “museum of nature”. Located next to the river at Las Delicias
  dock. Just next to it you will find La Noria, Seville’s Ferris wheel, with magnificent views of the city. Map


Art galleries

General Castaños, 30. Map

Velarde, 9. Map

Mármoles, 12. Map

Guzmán el Bueno, 9. Map

Doña María Coronel, 5. Map

Plaza de los Venerables, 8. Map