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These double-bed rooms available to rent are located in an 8-bedroom apartment on the 1st floor of a student residence located in the heart of Seville's Casco Antiguo. In a beautiful historical building on Calle O'Donnell, the rooms are all quite spacious and come fully furnished with a double bed, desk, and wardrobe. The common area is a large equipped kitchen with a dining table and 2 refrigerators. There are 3 full bathrooms to share, and a common laundry room in the building.
You are right around the corner from one of the busiest streets in Seville, Calle Tetuán, which is lined with all the clothing stores you can think of. You are also a short walk away from Plaza del Salvador and Plaza de la Encarnacion (Las Setas), which is a Sevillano staple on those beautiful sunny days. The location is great for students studying at the Universidad de Sevilla's main campus, Bellas Artes campus, or Nursing, in addition to many others.
Payment method: cash; bank transaction
Utilities: €45 per person per month (ie. €90 per month for a couple)
Minimum stay: 5 months (except July and August, when the minimum is 1 month)
Important: the price shown applies to rental periods of 5 months or longer. If you stay for less than 5 months, you will be charged the price for a 5 month stay, which will then be divided equally between each month of your stay.
For example: The room is €200 per month for stays of 5 months or longer. You book for 2 months. Your rent will be 5 months at €200 = €1000, divided evenly between the 2 months of your stay, = €500 per month.
Note: in the months of July and August, stays of less than 5 months are permitted for the monthly price shown on the advert.
Suitable for: Students
Restrictions: This property is only for Postgraduate students
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. You can find all of these here:
It's a labyrinth of surprises that fits into just 4 km².
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 trees, or honeycombs. It’s also called 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.
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?
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