Comfy, cozy 3 bedrooms flat.

Comfy, cozy 3 bedrooms flat.

Yolanda

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

My flat is cozy and warm, with hardwood floors, broadband and air conditioning. When coming back from your sightseeing, you can relax, just sit on the sofa in the living room, read a book or watch a film.
There's one double bed bedroom, a single bed bedroom, and a study room with plenty of books. There are 2 automatic inflatable mattresses aswell, just in case. And you can use our two bikes. This is a pet friendly flat.

Property features

Who we are

  1. We are secondary teachers, and we love travelling and meeting people. We sometines travel with friends. We love sports and nature. That's why I've got a camper van! We speak English, French and Italian, and our goal is to live as the locals do. We're new to home swapping. We love our apartment and want to trade with those who feel the same way about their own home. We will take care of your place with the utmost respect as we hope you will take care of ours. But don't forget to enjoy!
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Where is it?

Your neighbourhood

The flat is in the well-known Macarena neighbourhood. It's one of the oldest and most popular neighborhoods in Seville. And it's in a quiet and safe street.
It is best known as being home to the Virgen de la Macarena (actually Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza de la Macarena), whose wooden statue dates from the 17th Century and can be found in the Basilica.
Besides the Basilica de la Macarena, there are a number of other points of interest in this traditional Sevillan neighborhood. The largest surviving portion of the medieval city walls, built largely by the ruling Arabs prior to the city's reconquest in the 13th Century, spans from the Basilica (Puerta de la Macarena) to the Puerta de Cordoba, across the street from an old Monastery (Convento de los Capuchinos). This wall also divides the ancient zone of La Macarena from the modern zone, which forms part of the District by the same name, where my flat is.
There are plenty of buses ready to take you anywhere, but if you prefer riding a bike, no problemo. Seville is full of bike lanes and we can lend you our bikes. If you'd rather walk, ok, it's only 15/20 minutes walk to downtown. You can visit the Alamillo park, the Torneo Avenue, etc...

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