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Accommodation: There are a multitude of places to stay but the only hostel with a special price for pilgrims is Hostel Triana.
The majority of pilgrims who come to Seville generally spend two or three days being a tourist and become a pilgrim the morning they leave along the camino. Situated on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, Seville is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain and the most populated of the south.
The streets of Seville are characterized by the festive atmosphere and the constant flow of people into and out of the many tapas bars in the neighborhood of Santa Cruz or Triana. Flamenco and bullfighting in La Maestranza, also add to the character of Seville.
Stroll through the gardens of the Alcazar, cross the river to visit the lively neighborhood of Triana or climb the Giralda (the name given to the tower of the Cathedral of Seville), these are things that can not be left undone in this city.
You will find Seville at km 0 of Stage 1: Seville-Guillena. Seville is a distance of 703.9 km from Astorga.
The next town, Santiponce, is 10.0 km from Seville.