Here in our five-hundred year old mansion you’ll find everything you need to make your stay in Seville absolutely unforgettable. We have three terraces boasting incredible views of Seville and the Giralda where you can bask in the sun or enjoy an ice-cold sangria in the shade. There’s a fully equipped kitchen if you want to try your hand at rustling up some authentic Spanish cuisine, free WIFI and skype-ready computers for keeping in touch with friends and family and a communal living area where you can get to know your fellow travelers!
This outstanding location, and the uniqueness of the building that hosts the hostel, makes Travelers Inn one of the best hostels in Seville.
Our international and multi-lingual team of staff share a passion for this fantastic city and are always around to give you hand! Whether you’re looking for restaurants, bars, museums, flamenco, bike rental, tours of the city—in fact, anything you need!—we can point you in the right direction.
Hostel has 24 hour Reception
Check-in = from 13:00 pm
Check-out= until 11:00 am
We have daily activities to keep you busy and allow you to meet new friends right here with us. Moreover, our reception staff will always be eager to assist you if you require any info on what to do in Seville. Click here to see all our program and start planning your time in Seville. (Scheduled events and activities may change without notice.)
Come and join us here in the heart of Seville and find out why we love this city so much!
Seville is the birthplace of many famous persons, like Diego Velazquez (Baroque painter), Vicente Aleixandre (poet, Nobel Laureate) and Felipe González (President of the Government of Spain 1982-1996). Nevertheless, the perhaps best-known Sevillano, the legendary libertine Don Juan Tenorio, has never really existed. The story of Don Juan Tenorio has been told in many different ways, by many authors. Originating in [more]
Plaza de España, built for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, is one of the most recognizable squares of Seville, and it is depicted on a countless number of postcards. It is located in Seville´s biggest park: Parque de María Luisa, and perfect for a stroll, to look and be looked at, and to spend a lazy afternoon! The square has the [more]
The Royal Alcázar of Seville, once a Moorish fortress, is the oldest European royal palace still in use. It is the official residence of the Spanish royal family when in Seville. Luckily for us, it is no longer of exclusive use to them, and if there is one thing you should visit in Seville, this is it! Originally, a Roman, later [more]
Summer is the season where most evening concerts take place in Seville. Well, indeed we could say that it is also the season when most cultural things take place in Seville at night-time. And best of all, is the beauty and particular features of the sites hosting those concerts. Nocturama takes place after sunset, in the magnificent gardens and outdoor areas of [more]
Do you know where the city´s most modern and alternative area is? Can you think of where to meet Seville´s most bohemian characters? A place where everyone is welcome, where any urban tribe is accepted? We are talking about the “Alameda de Hercules” and its surrounding area. The long and large square is the meeting place for many sevillian people, so [more]
If you are celebrating New Year´s Eve (Nochevieja) in Seville there is at least one Spanish tradition you should be aware of: las Doce Uvas de la Suerte, The Twelve Grapes of Luck. After having had a good family dinner – hey, we are in Spain - at midnight, when the bell strikes twelve times, with each beat of the [more]
For the second year in a row, Seville’s City Hall is putting on an awing Audiovisual Christmas Show projected onto the back of the “Ayuntamiento”. Don’t miss the experience this year! The show is on now until the 5th of January with the following show times: Sunday to Thursday: 19:00, 20:00 and 21:00 Friday and Saturday: 19:00, 20:00, 21:00 and 22:00 You can click here [more]
Mangafest 2012 wants to offer entertainment and, at the same time, help you find out a bit more about Japanese culture through different activities and workshops. On its 200m2 demonstration area, Mangafest shows a wide range of expositions and exhibitions - from the art of bonsai and the display of martial arts, to the spectacular drifting vehicles that represent the most [more]
The Archivo General de Indias ("General Archive of the Indies"), once the merchants' exchange of Seville, nowadays keeps the Spanish collection of extremely valuable archival documents illustrating the history of the Spanish Empire in the Americas and the Philippines. The present exhibition “Una Mirada al Nuevo Mundo” shows the beginnings of Spanish enterprise in the Americas through the documents preserved [more]
Between 21 and 26 July, the Sevillian neighborhood Triana celebrates the Velá de Santa Ana, one of the city´s most notable festivals - only the Feria de abril is of more importance. The origin of the festival traces back to at least the 13th century, to an ancient pilgrimage to the Real Parroquia de Santa Ana (Royal Parish of Saint [more]
Since 2005, the Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporaneo (CAAC; Andalusian Center of Contemporary Art) organizes a series of (alternative) pop concerts during the summer months, in the gardens and outdoor areas of the museum. In this year’s edition, opening the 28th of June and closing August 30th, 25 bands, both national and international, will participate. Responsible for June´s program will be [more]
The Great International Music Festival in Seville. If you are this weekend in the city, and realy like to be up to date about music scene, you cannot miss this appointment. The show counts with 40 national and international artits with a mix of styles that will delight us with great live music moments. The concerts are divided in two days: Friday 18th [more]