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This deal is for a weekend trip to Seville in Spain with flights from Dublin and Cork and 2 nights in a 4* hotel from €253 pp!
Seville is the capital and largest city of the Spanish autonomous community of Andalusia and the province of Seville. It is situated on the lower reaches of the River Guadalquivir, in the southwest of the Iberian Peninsula.
Fun fact about Seville, there’s two major football teams who play there, one being Sevilla and the other being Real Betis. An Irish man, Patrick O’Connell, managed Real Betis to their only La Liga title back in the day. He’s also the man who is credited with saving Barcelona.
Please note: depending on the airport you want to fly from there may be different dates as I have chosen the cheapest ones I have found. In the links below you’ll find flights from each airport and accommodation matching the dates.
Price breakdown from Dublin (based on 2 people sharing):
Total from Dublin: €255 per person based on 2 people sharing
Price breakdown from Cork (based on 2 people sharing):
Total from Cork: €253 per person based on 2 people sharing
The flights from Dublin are with Ryanair, leaving on Friday the 1st of March and returning on Sunday the 3rd of March. As it’s only for two nights, I haven’t added priority with an extra cabin bag and this will cost extra. I’d recommend this bag from Decathlon for €8, which goes under your seat and fits loads in and is the exact dimensions for a Ryanair/Easyjet small cabin bag Decathlon Kipsta 20l bag. There is a link to the flights below, click on this to be brought to the Ryanair website.
The flights from Cork are with Ryanair, leaving on Friday the 8th of March and returning on Sunday the 10th of March. As it’s only for two nights, I haven’t added priority with an extra cabin bag and this will cost extra. I’d recommend this bag from Decathlon for €8, which goes under your seat and fits loads in and is the exact dimensions for a Ryanair/Easyjet small cabin bag Decathlon Kipsta 20l bag. There is a link to the flights below, click on this to be brought to the Ryanair website.
The hotel is the 4* One Shot Palacio Conde de Torrejón 09, which is rated 8.6 out of 10 with guests from Booking.com. This property is a few minutes walk from Alameda de Hercules area with has lots of bars and restaurants. The rooms have wooden floors, air-conditioning and free Wi-Fi. Please note the swimming pool will be closed.
A double room at One Shot Palacio Conde de Torrejón 09 is available for €135 – €144 per person for a 2 night stay. This brings the total cost from Dublin to €255 per person and the total cost from Cork to €253 per person. Both are based on 2 people sharing.
There are links below to book the hotel depending on which airport you are looking to fly from, click on these to be brought to the Booking.com website.
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