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Gorgeous-studio-apartment-with-AC-for-rent-in-Seville-Centro. A gorgeous studio apartment with AC is available to rent in Seville's city center. The property has a beautiful, rustic-style main room, where you'll find a cozy double bed, a big sofa-bed, a TV, and a standalone wardrobe. The kitchen has all the basics, including a microwave, an electric stove, a mini-fridge, and a small dining table. The bathroom is large for a studio, with lovely tiling and a big bathtub.

Here, you'll be living in Seville's historic and lively city center. The apartment is a 10-minute walk from the Seville Cathedral, as well as many of the city's other historic monuments. Around the apartment, you'll also find plenty of restaurants, tapas bars, cafes, museums, supermarkets, and shops to try.


  • There are lots of buses that make stops nearby the apartment.
  • The property is also a 15-minute walk from Sevilla Santa Justa train station.


Centro Casco Antiguo
Your central, historical, and traditional home

Are you looking for a home with a big personality? A place breathing with history. Welcome to Casco Antiguo. It's Seville's old town. It's in the heart of the city. Live here, and you'll be transported back to the age of miracles and marvels, kings and queens, passion and power. You can find all of these here:* Religious Processions* Sun-burnt plazas* Masterly ancient architectureIt's a labyrinth of surprises that fits into just 4km².You can walk to all the other popular areas in the city: Alfalfa, Santa Catalina, and Encarnación. All are not to miss.In Casco Antiguo a magical, sun-drenched world is waiting for you.

What can I do here?
If you're a student and it's the weekend, Alfalfa is the place to be. You'll find bar-lined streets, Erasmus students, and local Sevillanos. When you want to go shopping, head to Calle Tetuán and Calle Sierpes. Walk along the connecting streets and alleyways, and you'll find tiny, unique boutiques.Seville's old town is home to the world's largest wooden structure. It's called Metropol Parasol. It looks like 6 nuclear mushroom clouds. (Or maybe they are trees. Or honeycombs. It's hard to say.) The locals have renamed it Las Setas (the mushrooms). Climb to the top for views of Seville's skyline. It costs 3 euros, and you get a free drink.Under the Parasol you'll find a food market and Roman ruins. So it's a real 3-in-1 day out.

Fun fact
Seville has the 3rd largest Old Town in Europe. It has 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Alcázar Palace, the Cathedral, and the Archivo de Indias. Ancient!

Can I afford it?


  • Building Type: Estudios