€20 per night
€20 per night
Sevillebackpacker Picasso, Sevilla, Spain

Sevillebackpacker Picasso

Sevilla (Seville), Spain - Calle San Gregorio, 1
3.8   

6 Total reviews

  • Excellent location
  • Superb cleanliness
  • Good service
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Picasso hostel madrid ... A so so hostel in central madrid . Small dormitories, no lockers, reception staff speaking little or no english . If there are no other hostels free then go there. My advice, book early and try a different one. DEL

Description - Hostel

The backpackers will be able to enjoy the city of Seville lodging in our facilities, thanks to their superb situation closely together of the Alcazares and to ten minutes of the Real Maestranza de Caballería. In Easter they will be able to enjoy from his balconies of the spectacle that has made of Seville a famous place throughout the world. their situation our visitors always will be very well located in the city to enjoy her with no need to use the public transport since simply walking they will be near any important places of the city. He will be able to enjoy the best thing from Seville to a single passage of the place where he stays himself.

The best services for you...
Our experience in the hotel management for years they support us to give an unsurpassable service to the traveler. Our hostel have Internet, telephone, rent of bicycles. On having been placed in the center of the city it you will not have problems to move to any important place of the city walking.

It is said that the inhabitants of Seville are "living in the street", which means that a typical Sevillano never enters his flat if not either for eating or for sleeping. So a lot of ambience around the clock is guaranteed in this city.

Barrio de Santa Cruz
Many of the locals in this traditional part of town close already around midnight, but until then you may have loads of fun. You will find here many typical bars offering delicious "Tapas" and regional wines.

The Center
Specially around Iglesia del Salvador and in the area of Alfalfa you will find crowded locals and large groups of youngsters using streets and squares as an extension of their favourite bar.

Park of Maria Luisa
Here you will find nice summer terraces, many of them in the old pavilions of the Exposition of 1929, close to the Theater Lope de Vega. Many locals play dance music, and the party takes until the early morning.

Along the River
Also along the river, specially close to the territory of EXPO '92, you'll find places that are really in fashion. Again many of them are "open-air", and have a really lively ambience.

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The space
  • Property type: Hostel
  • Guest rooms/units: 4
  • Year built: 2006
  • Public classification: 2
Hostel accommodations

Lowest price available: €20

Female Dorm Male Dorm Mixed Dorm
  • Check-in: 12:00am
  • Check-out: 11:30am

Hostel amenities

24-hr front desk Bicycle rental Children permitted Concierge Handicap access Linen included Multi-lingual staff No curfew Open 24 Hours Parking (extra charge) Pets not allowed Safe deposit box Taxi service Tour/sightseeing assistance

Room amenities

A/C climate control Backpacker facilities Balconies Coffee/tea maker Fax service Internet access Lockers Microwave Refrigerator Safe box in room Shared bathroom Telephone Television (cable/satellite)


Neighborhood

It is said that the inhabitants of Seville are "living in the street", which means that a typical Sevillano never enters his flat if not either for eating or for sleeping. So a lot of ambience around the clock is guaranteed in this city.

Barrio de Santa Cruz
Many of the locals in this traditional part of town close already around midnight, but until then you may have loads of fun. You will find here many typical bars offering delicious "Tapas" and regional wines.

The Center
Specially around Iglesia del Salvador and in the area of Alfalfa you will find crowded locals and large groups of youngsters using streets and squares as an extension of their favourite bar.

Park of Maria Luisa
Here you will find nice summer terraces, many of them in the old pavilions of the Exposition of 1929, close to the Theater Lope de Vega. Many locals play dance music, and the party takes until the early morning.

Along the River
Also along the river, specially close to the territory of EXPO '92, you'll find places that are really in fashion. Again many of them are "open-air", and have a really lively ambience.

Points of interest
  • TEATRO DE LA MAESTRANZA 0, 300km
  • RIVER GUADALQUIVIR 0, 100km
  • TEATRO LOPE DE VEGA 0, 300km
  • MARIA LUISA PARK 0, 300km
  • PLAZA DE ESPAÑA 0, 300km
  • BARRIO DE SANTA CRUZ 0km
  • BELLAS ARTES MUSEUM 1KM
  • CALLE SIERPES 0, 5 kM
  • MUSEO DE ARTES Y COSTUMBRES 0, 5 KM

Food and drink
Eating in house
El Tremendo
It's a cerveceria located in Santa Catalina which specializes in one thing: cold beer! And this is the definition of one ugly hole in the wall bar. But this
La Bodeguita Antigua
After undergoing renovations with much of the rest of the plaza and church these two bars are now open, but some of the atmosphere is lost until the Plaza is back in it's old form. Both are a great place for a cold beer, plate of olives and a little jamón
La Plazoleta
A plaza with a few palm trees in the middle and plenty of space to mingle outside the bar. La Plazoleta is a great stopping point on the weekends before lunch or for a quick tapa. Plenty of cold, cheap beer make it a favorite for locals.
Texas Lone Star Saloon, Aka: Tex-Mex Bar
Ok, it's not a cerveceria in the traditional sense but it can be a good place to start the evening. Get your fill of American atmosphere the minute you walk in the door, which is within site of the Giralda. Walls are covered with college banners, assorted
Cervecería Internaciónal
If you want to try a sampling of beers from around the world or are just missing a beer from back home head to Cerveceria Internacional where you'll have a choice from over 300 beers. Choose from the display of bottles along the wall or their menu which l
Eating out
La Fábrica
Looking for the brew pub experience? Sevilla's only true micro-brewery can be found in the Plaza de Armas, located in the (fairly) new and renovated Córdoba train station which is now serves as a mall. A choice of five or so beers as well as some good tap
Cerveceria Europa
If beer from Europe is your thing then you'll get a good selection in this bar just across the street from the El Corte Inglés. Plenty on tap but even more in bottles.
German Beer Place
OK, I need to get the name down of this place, but they have some German brews on tap as well as a little international food. It's visible from Reyes Catolicos.
Sopa De Ganso
Offering a wide range of tapas as well as mixed drinks, this bar offers a bit more space than some of the others on Pérez Galdós. You can find some good food in the early hours but later in the evening the place is set up for drinking. Music varies but th
La Rebotica
If chupitos, or shots, are what you're looking for this is the place to go. A definite "hole in the wall" bar with a list of over 50 different shots is opposite the bar, some named for celebrities ("Harrison Ford", "Kim Bassinger" - the names show the bar

Policies
Price details

€20 - 21 per night

Price for person

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Location - Hostel

Calle San Gregorio, 1
Sevilla (Seville)
Sevilla, Provincia de Sevilla
AndalucĂ­a (Andalusia)
Spain  41004

Latitude: 37.38357, Longitude: -5.9928

How to get there

The backpackers will be able to enjoy the city of Seville lodging in our facilities, thanks to their superb situation closely together of the Alcazares and to ten minutes of the Real Maestranza de Caballería. In Easter they will be able to enjoy from his balconies of the spectacle that has made of Seville a famous place throughout the world. their situation our visitors always will be very well located in the city to enjoy her with no need to use the public transport since simply walking they will be near any important places of the city. He will be able to enjoy the best thing from Seville to a single passage of the place where he stays himself.

Local rail, subway/metro, bus terminals, etc.
There is a public parking 1 minute walking form the hostel Picasso. The public parking is in Puerta de Jerez, which is next to San Gregorio street, where it is located Hostal Picasso.

Nearest airport: San Pablo Airport to 10km