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I travelled walking from Barcelona to Faro, all a trip I slept in my tent in different campings or on the beach.
I arrived in Sevilla late in the night really tired no place to put my tent so I chose to go to the...More
Everything is true and happened there.
I arrived the 6th of September. I booked for 3 days, just enough to find a flat (I'm staying in Sevilla for a 6 month Erasmus). I was in the room number 202 and the bed number 6. We...More
I had to get the remote for the air-conditioner every time I had to run it on or off or change the temperature - that was weird. Each room should have its own remote. The staff was quite unwelcoming, and unfriendly. No help was offered...More
It was a little difficult for me to find this place. Locals hadn't heard of it. Spent some time fumbling around for the bed as it was dark inside and the lights were weird. The bunk bed was one of the lowest I've seen. I...More
Booking a room in a student hostel for the first time ever (!), I wasn't very sure about either the cleanliness or the nut jobs we would meet :-)
But when we got there, it was a pleasant surprise! The hostel is very charming inside...More
A stone's throw from Encarnacion square, right in the heart of the city, lies the Sevilla Urbany Hostel - part of a new hostel group with a completely different style to that of the "typical hostel". Its unique location will allow you to fully experience every place of interest: from the Alcazar, Casa de Pilatos and La Giralda to the galleries, music venues, shops and clubs. It offers a fresh take on accommodation, fun atmosphere and friendly 24h staff.