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Family friendly travelling in Seville

Most popular areas in Seville for family-friendly hotels

Fairytale fortresses oozing stories of Spanish kings and queens, bustling cantinas alive with twirling Flamenco dancers, and winding cobbled streets all add up to give Seville a well-rounded array of attractions for everyone. Add to that some top hotels just a stone's throw from the train station in San Pablo-Santa Justa, oodles of comfy and affordable boutique accommodations hidden between the poplar-peppered, café-dotted plazas of Macarena, and some roomy and modern apartments above the cathedral in Arenal, and it's easy to see why Andalusia's capital is such a favorite with family travelers.

Top family-friendly hotels in Seville

The Ayre Hotel Sevilla is a great choice for family travelers, complete with a prime location just a short walk from the platforms of the Santa Justa train station, super-clean and modern rooms, and an outdoor pool for relaxing. The refined Gran Melia Colon is a great choice for families, especially with those enticing views over the soaring spires and red-tiled roofs of the city from the terrace. Meanwhile, the Becquer Hotel, set deep in the winding alleys of the Old Town, offers a hearty continental breakfast to fill the whole family up before sightseeing.

Where to find the best restaurants in Seville

Whether you come in search of sugar-dusted torrija, crispy seafood fries, spice-doused potatoes, Iberian ham, or refreshing cold soups, you can rest assured that the earthy little mezze joints of this tapas-mad city will have you covered. One of the best places to sample the Sevillan kitchen is between the folksy cantinas of Triana across the river. Or, stick to the Old Town and discover eateries that have been there for centuries. Then there's Santa Cruz, an area with hearty Spanish enotecas and romantic Andalusian eateries.

The most unique things to do in Seville

Kids will love a tour of the famous Alcazar – that soaring castle come palace that tops the city with its mesmerizing interior of gold-inlayed filigrees and arabesque carvings. After that, why not make a beeline for the curious mushroom-shaped dome of the bulbous Metropol Parasol, which sprawls across the centuries-old rooftops of the Old Town like some sort of UFO, offering breathtaking views above the city as it goes? Meanwhile, there are monuments to the great Miguel Cervantes and fountains decorated with roaring lions in the Maria Luisa Park, and the Mudejar Pavilion. And if you're willing to leave the city for a spell, consider hitting the salt-sprayed Atlantic beaches on the Gulf of Cadiz – think surfing and bodyboarding – or make for the wild mountains of Sierra de Grazalema, where donkeys roam the olive groves and whitewashed villages crown the hills.

Best ways to get around Seville

Families have plenty of options for getting around the city. The bus network is comprehensive, serves almost all of the major must-sees, and has a refillable card system to make life easy. There's also a few tram lines slowly being incorporated into the transport map, with major connections going from San Bernardo to the heart of the Old Town. The underground metro is the best way to get to the far north, west and south, while taxis and UberX services are also abundant.

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