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Health and security

Supported by local guides and agreements with external collaborators, you can feel calm and confident when it comes to getting to know our city with the help of the Hotel Europa Sevilla.

We have signed collaboration agreements with nearby private hospitals, so that if you are sick, you can get in touch with these health professionals, in your own language. Said consultations would have no cost to you, unless an ambulance had to go to the hotel and this, because your condition was serious. In Seville, we have signed agreements with the Quirón Sagrado Corazón or Infanta Elena clinics.

If you wish to go to a public hospital, we can also inform you about its location, taking into account that care in them may entail some cost, depending on your country of origin and the charges that have been previously established by state. in their country of origin. In capital Seville there are several public hospitals; Virgin of Rocío, Virgin Macarena, Muñoz Cariñanos.

At this time and according to the world health organization and our health authorities, it is not necessary to be aware of any special vaccine, to be able to enter our country.

Social Distancing Measures and Contactless Experience

  • We have implemented contactless or low-contact solutions that include: Mobile check-in/check-out, chat and online check-in.
  • QR codes are available for easy access to digital warranties/menus and updates.
  • Guest greetings have been modified to become a bow, while still ensuring that guests' needs are met.

Enhanced cleaning protocols and housekeeping at this hotel 

Our commitment to keeping associates, guests and customers safe is our top priority. To complement our reputation for cleanliness and hospitality, we have made several improvements to our cleaning practices throughout our property and in guest rooms. 

These include: 

Emphasis on Hygiene and Cleanliness

* Deeper and more frequent cleaning 

  • Enhanced cleaning protocols require frequent disinfection of frequently touched items and disinfection of public restrooms daily.


  • Sanitized between stays; keys disinfected before delivery to guests.
  • Mobile checkout and alternative payment options available, including contactless payment methods to facilitate social distancing where applicable.


  • Deeper cleaning between guest stays; focused on using the correct chemicals in each part of the room.
  • Deep cleaning and disinfection of all furniture, accessories, surfaces and high contact items.
  • We reduce or eliminate non-essential high-touch items (magazines or books, etc.).
  • We change the frequency of in-stay housekeeping, in-room dining, and other guest room associate entries.

All rooms are thoroughly cleaned and disinfected prior to your arrival.

Our History

The history of the Hotel Europa begins in the year 1966. In that year, the founder, Claudio Millán Rodríguez, rented and renovated the Hostal Pensión Nevada building, in the heart of the Arenal neighborhood of Seville.

Later, in 1982, he acquired the property of the current  Hotel Europa Sevilla in the heart of the city, which underwent a complete reform and restoration of the pieces of great artistic value that compose it. And three years later, in 1985, it proceeded to its inauguration for the April Fair in Seville, as Hostal Europa, until in 1986, after the change in regulations and to more than meet the legal tourist conditions, it was reclassified as Hotel Europe.

Our hotel, whose location is very close to the Cathedral of Seville, is just a few minutes' walk from the most important and emblematic monuments and places in the city, such as the Cathedral itself and the Giralda, Los Reales Alcázares, the neighborhood of Santa Cross or La Maestranza bullring

At the Hotel Europa we are proud of our careful and careful customer service, and the high level of demand and quality that we offer in all its facilities. Our constant policy of maintenance, improvements to its facilities and services for our clients means that many of them definitely consider us their hotel in Seville in the center.


Stores such as El Corte Inglés await you, including other well-known brands which are distributed among other smaller locations. 

Shopping in Seville 


treat yourself 

 Seville is a Spanish city, in the shopping spree. Unlike in other cities, Seville has more than one pedestrian zone, it is more; Two of the most famous shopping streets, Tetuán and Sierpes have numerous and renovated stores, we even have more than one area, with its own character and personality, such as Triana or La Encarnación and its “mushrooms”. In these neighborhoods of Seville, you can find delicatessen, or weekly markets, such as "on Thursday" located on Calle Feria or Funky style shops. They are popular destinations with exciting and trendy concept stores such as those on Cuna street, etc... 

Restaurants in Seville 

Gourmet lovers have several options if they come to Seville.

Seville is a culinary melting pot where old and new traditions from East and West come together. As diverse as Seville's many districts are, so are the restaurants you'll find there. 

Take a culinary discovery tour and sample popular dishes and unknown specialties from around the world. Of course, Seville has much more to offer than international gastronomy; Here you will find the whole range, from down-to-earth Spanish cuisine and especially regional cuisine to starred restaurants. The Michelin Guide has awarded 2 restaurants in Seville, both with one star, Cañabotas and Abantal. Vegetarians and vegans will find what they are looking for in Seville, as will lovers of a good T-bone steak. Even in the Triana tower, 180 meters above the city, you can treat your palate to a full slice of Seville.

Nightlife and how to enjoy the night 

Trendsetters, partygoers, night owls: welcome to Seville! 

In the clubs of the capital, you can turn night into day and party until the sun rises, and even the whole of the next day. 

There is always something to do in Seville, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and unlike other Spanish cities, nobody in the capital has to look at the clock when they are out partying. 

The sound of Seville nightlife is always new, from live concerts in clubs to cool techno in one of the most famous clubs. 

The city's bars such as Matacandela are a great place to end the day and start the night with a delicious cocktail or a special glass of wine. 

Old wineries such as the old Bodega San José , where you can drink olorosos, sherry or oloroso wines, surround us, waiting for you to taste them with their usual decoration taken from old movies: Seville's nightlife is waiting for you. 



Take in the mesmerizing cityscape, famous landmarks, and breathtaking views! 

Explore the city 

The Giralda, the Alcázar or the Maestranza Museum are just three of the places of interest that you can reach in a short time from the Hotel Europa Sevilla. Seville offers many other attractions that you can explore on one of the many city tours on offer. 

Classic destinations such as the Barrio de Santa Cruz or viewpoints and places of worship such as the Cathedral -the largest in Spain and the third largest in the world in late Gothic style, with one of its facades facing the famous Archivo de Indias where the discovery of America started. 

But there are also countless ways to explore the city off the beaten track. For example, plan a tour of La Encarnación, directly to Las Setas, a walk through the famous Triana neighborhood, or follow the paths of illustrious women such as Santa Justa and Rufina, Doña María Coronel, Itimad, María Luisa Fernanda de Borbón, Catalina de Ribera, Doña Guiomar, etc... 

Whether on one of the city tours or on your own exploration, experience the city with its most beautiful corners and hidden treasures. 

Museums and art galleries 

Embrace the present, the past and the future of Seville! 

Discover the priceless treasures of Seville

Seville has about 14 museums and about 10 essential art galleries for its visitors. The Museum of Fine Arts in Seville is the second most important fine arts museum in Spain after the Reina Sofía in Madrid. 

In the historic center of the capital, the recently inaugurated Museo Bellver site in Casa Fabiola houses another collection and exhibitions. 

Lovers of the masterpieces of Roman history and ancient history in general, have to visit the Archaeological Museum, located in the Plaza de España in the old pavilion of fine arts of the Ibero-American international exhibition of 1929. 

The Archaeological Museum of Seville is located in Plaza de América, in front of the Museum of Popular Arts and Customs and next to the Royal Pavilion, inside the María Luisa Park. The building that houses the museum was the former Fine Arts pavilion of the Ibero-American Exhibition in Seville. It has an important collection made up of approximately 5,000 archaeological objects, which reflect the history and culture of our regions and of the first peoples of a thousand-year history. 

Social Responsability

clean the world

We are very proud to take sustainable measures within our work environment to protect our planet. The Hotel Europa Sevilla supports the Clean the World initiative since 2022 and is interested in constantly recycling soaps and small hygiene bottles instead of throwing them away. 

Social responsability

Arenal Nights and Christmas Parade 

We have a strong commitment to the arts as an essential component of its role in the community in which we find ourselves. For this reason, by participating in a new program registered within the neighborhood to help solidarity programs, which have been launched this year 2023, always connected with the Arenal-Torre del Oro neighborhood association, organizing artistic festivals and concerts and Christmas parades, whose profits go entirely to the social and charitable work of the brotherhoods that surround us. 


Reduction of environmental impact


In line with our commitment to create high-quality, safe and sustainable experiences, Hotel Europa Sevilla has decided to make an effort, betting on the implementation and monitoring of water and energy consumption, waste management and paper consumption, and the use of products chemicals. and cleaning and hygiene products. 

In addition to this, at the Hotel Europa Sevilla, we have decided to take care of several changes in the structure to minimize energy consumption, once the restructuring of the hotel takes place in the coming years.  

For example: 

We are working to use 100% renewable energy in the coming years. 

Our faucets are equipped with aerators to save water. 

We have changed almost all of our light bulbs to LED. 

Most of our stakeholders are also working on programs to support sustainability. 


We are aware of our responsibility to create sustainable yet luxurious experiences without harming our precious environment.  

Our sustainable approach

The preservation of ecological diversity, the responsible use of resources and respect for our region and its culture are practices that we strictly follow. In order to significantly reduce energy and water consumption, as well as manage waste, we have implemented various technologies in the hotel.  

We place great emphasis on our diversity and culinary sophistication. For this reason, we only work with sustainable sources and local suppliers, to always serve our guests the freshest and most authentic products. To avoid wasting food, we have undertaken several actions, one of which is our alliance with a Convent, so in these cases we deliver food that is about to expire. As part of Clean the World, we support reducing waste in the use of our soaps, glass containers and small hygiene jars, which is why we collect them for recycling instead of throwing them away. Our goal is to make our supply chain more sustainable throughout the hotel. That's why, 

​environmental policy

Global warming is no longer a problem of the future: it is a situation that we must stop immediately. We understand the Protection of the Environment as an important responsibility and we ensure that this is carried out through actions and specific objectives of action in all the functions and areas of our activity, based on premises of sustainability. Protecting the environment requires a responsible commitment from all of us. 

The rehabilitation of the building in which we are located has been carried out with measures to improve its efficiency and reduce its consumption, thus obtaining the B energy certification. 

Our environmental commitment

These are some of the main actions carried out by us to care for the environment: 

  • Commitment to continuous improvement and pollution prevention, we continuously develop and implement environmental and quality objectives and goals through the setting of annual objectives.
  • Commitment to environmental compliance, we guarantee compliance with current environmental legislation, which is applicable to us due to our activity and geographic location, as well as the requirements that the organization subscribes related to its environmental aspects.
  • Waste management and minimization, we properly classify and manage urban waste (organic, cardboard, glass, paper) and hazardous waste, in accordance with current legislation. We increase energy savings and reduce water consumption, as central guidelines of our environmental protection policy.
  • We encourage the participation of our suppliers, employees and guests in environmental training and awareness actions, encouraging suggestions for improvement in the field of environmental protection.
  • We review and audit our quality and sustainability management plans and systems on an ongoing basis.


arrival information

The Hotel Europa Sevilla is located in the heart of the city. 

If you are arriving by car

Enter the following address in your browser: Hotel Europa Sevilla, Calle Jimios 5, 41001 Sevilla 

From the airport

By taxi or by collective transport-bus- from the airport to the Europa hotel, the journey takes around 30 minutes and the cost is around €25 if you come by taxi and €4 if you take the bus, whose line is called “EA”. The best way to reach us if you use this line is to get off at the stop in front of the Torre del Oro, 

Public transport

The best way to get to the hotel using public transport-bus- would be using the airport bus called “EA”.

city ​​walk

See it all when you book an exclusive Seville city tour. 

Come and explore Seville's rich history and culture with numerous museums, a wide range of monuments and historical sites from where Christopher Columbus discovered a new continent. Discover a vibrant metropolis that is the beating heart of the lively creative scene. Seville has a bountiful heritage, uniting a multitude of nationalities, serving extensive international cuisine and taking pride in its remarkable tradition. 

The city entertains families, invites you and your friends to explore all aspects of Seville's nightlife, and offers extraordinary venues for team events for your company. Let us make your stay memorable. 

For more information, our concierge team will be happy to assist you. 


+00 39 954 500 443 



limousine service

Travel in style and arrive in comfort. 

For a carefree trip 

Upon request, our chauffeur can pick you up at the airport to transport you in style to the Hotel Europa Sevilla. Immerse yourself in the hotel's mood as you gaze at Seville's mesmerizing cityscape. 

Limousine transfer 

Choose a chauffeured transfer, for the epitome of elegance and a luxuriously smooth ride. Travel in style, perfectly unconcerned with the bustling city traffic, and then make your music selection before relaxing on the journey. 

bike rental 

Choose two wheels and explore Seville by bike.

discover the city 

Living Seville by bike has a very special charm, because bike routes can be found in abundance and those who get on a bike will experience its green wonder! Around the city, there are the most beautiful bike tours through nature and history at the same time. Many places of interest are very close to each other and can be easily reached by bike. 

For example, the distance between Plaza de España and Las Setas in Plaza de la Encarnación. Bike tours can also be combined with the history of the city and nature. 

Our tips for spring and summer: tours of the nearby Riberas del Río river or a great tour inside the María Luisa Park. 

Approximate price) 

€10 for 1 day. For more information, our concierge team will be happy to assist you. 


+00 39 954 500 443 


Services and facilities

Reception service

Check-in a partir de las 3:oo p.m.., check-out a las 12:00 p.m. 

Citizens of EU countries are authorized to enter the Kingdom of Spain without a visa 

For non-EU citizens the visa is mandatory. 

For more information: 


It is possible that we can provide you with a confirmation letter from our establishment, stamped and signed, for this type of matter. 

we make it possible

 Our attentive receptionist will take care of all your personal needs, providing information and insider connections on all that Seville has to offer. 

Talk to our Reception for more information about: 

  • Restaurants and bars
  • Sightseeing
  • Guided visits
  • Theater performances, opera and concerts
  • limousine services
  • Shopping


+00 39 954 500 443 


Room Service

Culinary delights in your room. 

Do you prefer to have lunch or dinner in your room? 

In our room service menu, you will find a wide selection of culinary creations. 

The team awaits your call through 9. 


It is clear that Seville has a special attraction, both for the charm of its streets, and for the way in which the people of Seville welcome all foreigners who come to see the city, which clearly makes us a destination of excellence. 

Celebrations and traditions of the city, such as the April Fair and Holy Week are also a great attraction for people from outside and inside Seville. But Seville is much more than this, it is the birthplace of many great artists throughout history. In addition, it is a city that hides curiosities that anyone who visits it should know. Either because it is a city with more than 25,000 orange trees, brought from China, because the Almohads thought that it was a tree that granted happiness. So when spring arrives and the orange blossom begins to bloom, the city has a very special and characteristic aroma.  

It is also a city that is gastronomically extraordinary and that offers a culinary offer of great variety and possibilities, many of them based on "tapas". It is said that the origin of the tapa dates back to the 16th century , when King Alfonso XIII reigned. The monarch ordered a sherry to drink and the waiter improvised a 'tapa' with a slice of ham to please the monarch, something that amused him and he did not hesitate to ask for another sherry with a 'tapa'.

Seville has a series of peculiarities, whether they are little known or not. In addition to having the largest Gothic Cathedral in the world, the Seville capital has the largest bronze sculpture of the Renaissance, which is located on top of the Giralda. It is, therefore, the weather vane that crowns the monument and is known as the Giraldillo. 

We could mention its notable Roman past, which is inexorably linked to that of Itálica, a Roman city that was created by the Roman general Publius Cornelius Scipio, so that his soldiers could rest after the victory achieved against the Carthaginians in the 3rd century BC or its passed as a door to the "new world" back in 1492, emphasizing that it is a city in which when the Spanish empire was known as 'the empire where the sun does not set', the Port of Seville was the most important of the world , since it was the only point of connection as a port of the New World. In fact, it is the only city that has a commercial port that is not on the sea, but on the Guadalquivir river.


Abù l-Ulà,

the Almohad governor of the city, was the one who built the Torre del Oro, a watchtower that is located on the left bank of the Guadalquivir river. In the first third of the 13th century, it formed part of the walled enclosure that served as a defense for the city and the Real Alcázar. In 1931 it was declared a historical-artistic monument, having been restored on numerous occasions during the Contemporary Age. It is possibly, together with the Giralda, the greatest symbol of Seville. However, the height of the Torre del Oro, at 36 meters, represents approximately a third of that of the Giralda, which rises 94 meters from the ground. its most recent rehabilitation being that of the year 2005. It is currently the headquarters of the Naval Museum of Seville. 

It is believed that its name comes from the golden glow that the tower reflects on the Guadalquivir River, especially at sunrise and sunset, creating a spectacular environment for everyone who sees it. 

Royal Alcazar

The fortress on which the Reales Alcázares de Sevilla stand is built first on a Roman settlement and later on a Visigoth . Since 720 AD, the Arabs have used it as the residence of their rulers and, after the Reconquest of Seville, the monument is occupied by Ferdinand III and the successive monarchs.

Among the curiosities to highlight is the Arab cistern under the Patio del Crucero, known as the Baños de María de Padilla (although they are not baths). The name is due to a legend about María de Padilla, lover of King Pedro I the Cruel, who bathed in them. It is a fact that the love professed by the king was such that she, after dying, was proclaimed queen and they validated her marriage. 

 The Patio de las Doncellas , which could be the best known of the monument, named after another legend that tells that the Muslim rulers of Seville asked the northern Christian kingdoms for 100 virgin maidens . It is not known why the room was named like that, but it is a fact that the 100 virgins were a widespread myth in the Middle Ages that was used to justify the wars of the Reconquest among Christians. 

Spain Square

Projected on the occasion of the Ibero-American exhibition of 1929, and semi-circular in appearance, each of the benches that we find represents the different provincial capitals of Spain, but instead of having 50 there are only 48. This responds to a reason, and it is that when the square was built, the Canary Islands only had one province.

Given its beauty, it has been a constant source of cinematographic inspiration. Among them we find classics such as Lawrence of Arabia or The Wind and the Lion, as well as more current ones such as Star Wars II: Attack of the Clones or The Dictator, among other productions such as television series. 

Cathedral of Seville

It is a monument declared a World Heritage Site since 1987, as well as being an asset of exceptional universal value. It is the largest Gothic-style cathedral in the world and the third largest in the world.

Among its curiosities it can be said that, being built on the surface of a mosque, it has a square floor plan, not having the shape of a Latin cross in its structure. It has a bell tower made on an old minaret from which they used to pray. For many centuries, it was the tallest tower in Spain, reaching 104 meters high. It has other curiosities such as the chains that surround the enclosure of the cathedral itself or the vaults that structure it, but we prefer that you come and unravel all the secrets that await you here.

Triana neighborhood

Triana is a neighborhood that, among other issues, is characterized by its bridge, which was built in iron between 1845 and 1852 by the engineers Gustavo Steinacher and Ferdinand Bennetot and replaced the original Barcas bridge. It was declared a National Historical Monument since 1976, after overcoming a demolition attempt.

The neighborhood itself has been, among other things, one of the focuses of black history in Spain because the Castle of San Jorge, a Visigothic fortification, was the seat of the Holy Spanish Inquisition since 1481 . Centuries later, the castle was demolished to enlarge the Plaza del Altozano and thus create the food market.

Indies Archive

Created in 1785 by Carlos III, the General Archive of the Indies in Seville is one of the most emblematic buildings in the city. Its walls protect centuries of history, as it was the only place that housed all the documentation related to the Spanish colonies to date. The headquarters of the Archivo de Indias is the Casa Lonja de Mercaderes de Sevilla , where before the construction of the building, the merchants carried out their business on the steps of the Cathedral and when it rained they took shelter in the Cathedral. Its architect was Juan de Herrera , responsible for works such as the Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial. 

The Archivo de Indias was created for two reasons. In the first place, the absence of space in the General Archive of Simancas , the central archive of the Crown and, on the other hand, under the intention of creating adequate documentation on the history of Spanish colonization . The reason why it responds to the name 'de Indias' is linked to Christopher Columbus. The navigator was convinced when he left for America in 1492 that he was heading to the Indies. Today it is the largest archive in Spainabout the history of our country in America and the Philippines. It has unique documents with the signature of great historical figures such as Christopher Columbus, Hernán Cortes or Francisco Pizarro. As a curiosity it can be said that, on the exterior walls of the Archivo de Indias, there are some reddish inscriptions. These 'graffiti' are cheers and were put up to commemorate celebrations or as a sign of recognition of someone for having obtained a doctorate. 

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