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Old 08-31-2005, 07:17 PM   #1
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I plan to spend a few days in Seville this month as i have heard wonderful things about the city. Thus, i searched for available hostels. There didn't seem to be much and what i found was generally expensive. Are there really not many hostels in seville? Does anyone have any recommendations on places to stay?

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I do seem to remember there not being too many.

I stayed at Hostel Nuevo Suizo and it was just fine. Nothing extraordinary (though the inside if kind of cool) but in a good location and with breakfast if I remember. I think it was 20 euro a night and this was even a year ago.

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I stayed in the HI Hostel. It is a bit out of town in the suburbs (hard to find at first) and you have to catch the bus but they run frequently. It's lacking atmosphere however it's clean, breakfast is included and would be the cheapest place to stay.

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