Sevilla overnight - any recommendations?

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Hi
We're wanting to visit Seville & stay a couple of nights - we've seen several places to stay but wondered if anyone had anywhere they could recommend?
Thanks
Alb & Elaine
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We used this a couple of years ago,

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Or this one is closer to town but not used it,

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We used Camping Villsom at Dos Hermanas just outside the city and got the bus in and out. It's your typical Spanish campsite, and does the job.

However, the aire mentioned above looks far more convenient, although in summer and early autumn it'd be bloody hot if there's no shade. Seville is one of the southernmost cities in Europe, level with Sicily and not that far north of Algiers and Tunis.

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The aire on the southern edge of the city, just across the river (near to the giant road bridge).

In an old industrial /port quarter. Not pretty but very secure, with services, and very close to bus stop which takes you into heart of city in 10 mins.
Try to park at far end of the parking area of you can, as most of the day they are loading /unloading cars and car transporters are coming and going, so it can be noisy.. But it's fine at night.
 

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Incidentally just to add to my post above, if anyone stays at that camperstop on the southern edge of the city and is a fisherman, there are VERY big fish in the river there....

You can get down to the Riverside from the long entrance lane which leads to the Camperstop gates.
Sweetcorn on ledger, only maybe 10 to 20 feet out from the bank.
Plus beers of course......

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