Women only. Special landlord policies.
Rooms are available to rent in this spacious, 17-bedroom house with AC in Porvenir, . Each room has a bed, desk, wardrobe, and window. The apartment has several bathrooms and a fully equipped kitchen. The apartment has 3 washing machines, 2 ovens, and 4 fridges. There is also a large, communal terrace where you can get to know your housemates.
The house is on Calle Porvenir, in one of the most expensive neighborhoods of Seville. The area is mostly big houses with beautiful tree-lined streets. You are just a short walk from the huge Parque de Maria Luisa and close to several University of Seville campuses.
Payment method: cash; bank transaction
Utilities: €35 per person per month (ie. €70 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.
Genders allowed: Only females
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Prado – Porvenir – Heliópolis
Your chilled out and residential home
Do you like it hot?
Because when summer gets cooking, this is the place to be.
Flowers. Fountains. Fun.
Home to Seville’s oasis, Parque María Luisa, this district is the green alternative to the historical Casco Antiguo.
Porvenir hosted the 1929 Ibero-American exposition. Many of the pavilions (which took 19 years to build) still stand today. They are the consulates, the museums, and the university buildings you see dotted around.
During the summer, this is the place to live the Sevillano nightlife. It’s where you’ll find most of the outdoor terraza bars.
What can I do here?
The remaining buildings of the Expo are a must-see. Each pavilion has a unique style, intended to evoke the culture and history of the nation they represented.
You should visit the park too. It’s lush, green and shady. All of which are vital when the sun hits you like a hammer.
Or take a walk along the river, get yourself some me time.
You can also catch a La Liga match in South Seville’s Benito Villamarín stadium. It’s home to Real Betis. They won the league in 1935 and the Copa Del Rey in 1997 and 2005.
Plaza de España is 45,932 m2 of plazas, colonnades, waterways, bridges, towers, and palatial architecture. Stunning by day, stunning by night.
Stepping out onto the Plaza de España, you may feel a sense of deja vu. That’s because it was planet Naboo in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones.
Can I afford it?
€–€€ (budget friendly–mid-range)
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