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Sevilla accommodation

Post Posted: Sat Apr 26, 2008 11:29 pm

Looking for cheap accommodation in centre of Sevilla, must have free parking. Anyone know of such a place?

 

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Re: Sevilla accommodation

Post Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2008 6:47 pm

Hello patch,
You could try here for your accommodation www.spanish-town-guide...dation.htm

Good Luck.

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Re: Sevilla accommodation

Post Posted: Thu May 01, 2008 5:51 am

Hi,

I think it depends on what you consider cheap and what you are after in terms of the accomodation and where in Sevilla...

I've just signed a contract for a 1 bed apartment in the 'centro' area of Sevilla. Cost 600 euros. Secure parking for my motorcycle was another 50 euros but the agent did me a deal for both for 620 euros. I found that better quality places and better prices were to be had by simply walking around Sevilla and seeing what you can find. If you can't do this then try idealista.com - you can register for e-mail updates. Some accomodation includes parking (typically a parking place and not indivdual garage) but not that many in my albeit short experience, especially at the cheaper end of the market.

How's your Spanish? If you're not fluent you might be better advised getting a native to make the phone calls for you?

Hope this helps.

Jag

 

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