Hotel Casa Romana

Address: Calle Trajano, 15, 41002, Sevilla, Spain

  • 37.39466271º37º 23' 40.785756" N
  • -5.995332599º-5º 59' 43.1973564" W
Hotel Casa Romana

Experience Seville

Seville has it all. A fantastic climate, folklore, history, flamenco and an exquisite cuisine. Modern and tradition both have their place in a city where you will feel happy. We recommend that you lose yourself in its streets and experience the hospitality of locals, its culture and history. Also, the location of Casa Romana is ideal to discover the city.

Giralda

Over 340 ft. in height, this construction was built during Muslim times and, after the Reconquista (the Reconquest), it was adapted to Christianity due to its incredible beauty. You can walk up to the top and see the magnificent views from the bell tower. Open every day. Check opening times.

Hotel Casa Romana
Hotel Casa Romana

Cathedral

The second largest cathedral in the world and one of the city’s main attractions, a must-see during your stay in Seville. Open every day. Check opening times.

Plaza de España

Built during the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, its Costumbrist style combines brick and tiles and it constitutes one of the city’s most beautiful architectural elements, with a central square of a diameter of more than 650 ft.

Hotel Casa Romana
Hotel Casa Romana

General Archive of the Indies

The General Archive of the Indies was created in the Sixteenth century as a merchant house and later became the General Archive of the Indies, with the objective of administering all the documents of the Spanish colonies. The Archive preserves thousands of files, maps and drawings from the different Spanish administration bodies in America. With a robust decoration, the building combines different architectural styles from throughout Seville’s history. Open daily.

Alcázar

This fortified palace is home to beautiful fountains, gardens and endless rooms, all of them with an Arab decoration. This monument is famous for its aesthetics and singularity. Open daily.

Hotel Casa Romana
Hotel Casa Romana

Metropol Parasol

Widely known as the “mushrooms” (Las Setas), it is the world’s largest wooden structure. Its architecture has the shape of an arboretum and it is also used as a viewpoint to admire the city. The upper part can be visited, which will allow you to go on a circular journey around Plaza de la Encarnación and enjoy some gourmet food and drink on the different bar terraces. On the lower part there is a food market for locals and in the lower ground floor you can find an archaeology museum called Antiquarium.

Antiquarium

An important Roman settlement from between the First and Sixth centuries which includes beautiful mosaics. The complex includes remains from an Almohad house and a total size of 1.2 acres. Open Tuesday to Sunday.

Hotel Casa Romana
Hotel Casa Romana

Fine Arts Museum

The museum exhibits the best Sevillian artists from the Baroque period, such as Zurbarán, Murillo and Valdés Leal. It also holds an exhibition of Andalusian and Spanish Nineteenth-century paintings. Open Tuesday to Sunday.

Pilate’s House (Casa de Pilatos)

The perfect combination of Italian Renaissance and Spanish Mudejar. The building was built in the Fifteenth century and renovated a century later. The idea came from the Marquis of Tarifa after a voyage to the Holy Land through Italy. He was so fascinated by the architecture that he later brought it to his palace, as well as a large amount of works of art which you can find inside the building today.

Hotel Casa Romana
Hotel Casa Romana

Aquarium

The aquarium is home to more than 7,000 specimens including sharks, hammerhead sharks, Mata mata turtles and a giant octopus. It recreates the journey of Ferdinand Magellan in 1519 to discover an alternative route to the Spice Islands. Open daily.

Macarena Basilica

A world-famous site thanks to its spectacular shapes and styles. The visit includes the church and the basilica museum, which holds a large number of items inspired by the Virgin of the Macarena and the homonymous brotherhood. Open daily.

Hotel Casa Romana
Hotel Casa Romana

Flamenco Museum

Enjoy an unforgettable experience when you discover this form of art and its evolution through time. The museum experience combines dancing, singing and the Spanish guitar. The museum has numerous publications, exhibitions and events taking place all year long.