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- Seville Cathedral
- Plaza de Espana
- Fibes Conference and Exhibition Center
- Giralda Tower
- Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium
- Virgen del Rocio University Hospital
- University of Seville
- La Cartuja Monastery
- Plaza Nueva
- Triana Bridge
- Isla Magica Theme Park
- Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza
- Benito Villamarin Stadium
- Seville Town Hall
- Olympic Stadium
- Los Arcos Mall
- Plaza de la Alameda Square
- Hospital de los Venerables
- Convent of the Incarnation
What you should know about Nervion
An integral commercial district in Seville, Spain, Nervion lies east of Seville's city centre. But it's not all business in Nervion. There is fun to be had as well. Whether travelling to Nervion, Seville on business or for a fun-filled Spanish vacation, start your trip at Hotels.com. Search our wide range of hotels in Seville and enjoy Hotels.com's easy booking process. Hotels.com also offers a travel blog and reviews from actual hotel customers.
What's Nervion, Seville Like?
If in town on business, it may be helpful to find accommodations near Santa Justa, the city's major train station. Santa Justa offers links to Madrid, Cadiz and Córdoba. El Prado, a garden area, also may be useful, as it is a major bus hub. Estación de Cadiz, the lesser of Seville's trains stations, is now a fresh produce market. When the workday is through, unwind at Nervión Plaza, a shopping complex offering chain stores and a 20-screen cinema. Or spend your downtime cheering on the Sevilla FC at a home soccer game at Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Nervion, Seville
If doing business in Nervion Seville, it will be helpful to understand Spanish business hours. Some businesses stay open from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., with a short lunch break. Other offices may break up the day with a longer lunch (two to three hours) and then reopen at 4:00 or 5:00 p.m. and stay open until 7:00 or 8:00 p.m. Most shopkeepers take a long lunch break and siesta as well, so expect shops to be closed from about 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Since most Spaniards eat lunch after 1:30 or 2:00 p.m. and do not typically eat dinner until 9:00 p.m. (10:00 or later on weekends), it may be in your best interest to join in on the traditional siesta. An afternoon nap will refresh you and keep you going to the early hours with the locals. While you will almost certainly encounter many English-speaking locals, it will also be helpful to memorize a few key phrases before heading to Seville. Try greeting people with "buenos días" (until 2:00 p.m.), "buenas tardes" (until 8:00 p.m.) and "buenas noches" (after dark). "Adios" means goodbye, "por favor" means please and "gracias" means thank you. When in a pinch, you can always ask "habla inglés?" (Do you speak English?). Start planning your Spanish getaway by searching for hotels in Nervion, Seville on the website of travel experts Hotels.com today.
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