Across the river lies Triana. Though the Calle Betis, which runs along the riverfront, is busy and a little touristy, the streets behind give a more authentic flavor of Seville and are worth a wander. Authentic, spontaneous flamenco can prove elusive.
Zaragoza, pilgrimage centre and gateway from Britain into Spain, is a city of surprises ... Iberia Airlines (0171 830 0011), private transfers and b & b in a four-star hotel. The whole of the centre - old town and shopping district - is walkable.
After a breakfast of tortilla and churros, those addictive Spanish doughnuts, we were delighted to find that the hotel had a gym and rooftop pool to work it all off. Although Zaragoza is Spain's fifth ... El Tubo area around Calle Martires and Estebanes.
The transforming event is Expo Zaragoza 2008, an international exposition that opens this weekend and focuses on the timely themes of Water and Sustainable Development. If the Seville Expo of 1992 showed Spain rushing ... en Aragón (Calle Libertad 16.
A few more rounds of Spain’s finest should ... down the pecking order is the Hotel Central Zaragoza for those watching their eurocents, but which is, as its name suggests, also in the middle of the city, located in Calle San Miguel.
The development of the hotel, expected to open in 2021, was agreed upon by Platinum Estates investment group in collaboration with the W chain. It will occupy a stretch of beach at Real de Zaragoza and ... is only one hotel in Spain belonging to the.
2004-02-22 04:00:00 PDT Seville, Spain-- The dancer floats up from her chair, buoyed by a sea of sound: eloquently nuanced clapping of hands, guitar playing that responds to the slightest modulation of her heelwork. At the end of a lengthy solo.
This city has more diminutive design hotels per capita than any other city save San Francisco.) Strong on service, the staff follows in the footsteps of its fellow K K employees in Salzburg and Vienna, offering exemplar.
The district is not far from Plaza del Pilar; look for Calle ... The Zaragoza Card offers convenience and a discount. Prices start at about $22 for a 24-hour pass. • Zaragoza is easily reachable by train from Madrid or Barcelona. Spain's third-largest.