The Garden Backpacker

The Garden Backpacker

Sevilla (Seville), Spain - Calle Santiago, 19
€18 per night
€18 per night

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Description - Hostel

We have four-, six- and eight-bed mixed dorms as well as a twin private rooms. There are five bathrooms.

Our great common areas include our sunny rooftop terrace, our living room, a big and fully equipped kitchen and, of course, the lovely garden.

The nights in the garden start at 8. 30, when our guests gather together to have free sangria and try our delicious tapas or the homemade paella. Depending on the night you will join the drinking games or the jam session with local musicians. Then if you decide to go out and get to know Seville's nightlife, our pub crawl is a must, and you can start the night with cheap mojitos at our bar. In the garden you can chill out or just start your party before going out and get into the crazy Spanish fiesta You can chill out and start your party at the same time!

Our professional, multilingual staff are like a big family; we’ll treat you like one of us, with great recommendations and all the info you might need. Seville is one of the most charming cities in Spain and we help you you choose how to explore it, whether with one of our walking tours or by renting one of our bikes.

We’re located in the very centre of the city, three minutes’ walk from the Roman ruins and the so-called 'mushrooms' (Metropol Parasol), and 10 minutes’ walk from the cathedral and the Alcazar. Due to all the narrow streets of the Old Town (where we’re located) it's really easy to get lost – but don't worry, we provide all kind of maps and information. We don't want you to get lost!

We think that travelling is not just sightseeing, taking pictures and sleeping in a nice bed. We believe that the people that you meet during your trip make all the difference; for this reason, thanks to the huge common areas, the wide range of activities and a warm atmosphere, making new friends at our hostel comes naturally.
This is a place where young travellers meet each others, plan their trip, explore the city and go out together... so if you’re travelling alone, don't worry – you’ll feel totally at home!

We promise you will never want to leave our homey hostel!

The Garden backpacker is located in the old town, 5 minutes walk from Metropol Parasol ("the mushrooms "); it has a lovely garden and huge common areas such the living room, the kitchen and the terrace.

The space
  • Property type: Hostel
Hostel accommodations

Lowest price available: €18

Female Dorm Mixed Dorm Twin
  • Check-in: 1:00pm
  • Check-out: 11:00am

Hostel amenities

24-hr front desk Bar/lounge Bicycle rental Laundry/valet service Linen included No curfew Safe deposit box Tour/sightseeing assistance Voltage converters WIFI (extra charge) WIFI (free)

Room amenities

A/C climate control Backpacker facilities Bidet Coffee/tea maker Fax service Hairdryer Iron/ironing board Lockers Microwave Refrigerator Shared bathroom Telephone Television Video games WIFI

Points of interest
  • Metropol Parasol

Price details

€18 - 100 per night

Credit cards accepted on location: VisaVisa Electron

Location - Hostel

Calle Santiago, 19
Sevilla (Seville)
Seville, Provincia de Sevilla
Andalucía (Andalusia)
Spain  41003

Latitude: 37.39219, Longitude: -5.9872

How to get there

From the airport:
Take the airport bus and get off at Santa Justa Train Station. Walk to the right along Avenida Jose Laguillo; at the top of the fly-over, take bus #32 and get off at Plaza Ponce de León. Cross the street and you’ll see Calle Santiago in front of you. We’re at number 19!
Alternately, a taxi will cost around €25-25. The distance is 13km and takes about 25 minutes.

From Santa Justa train station:
Take bus #32 going in the direction of Plaza Duque de la Victoria. Get off at Plaza Ponce de León. Cross the street and you’ll see Calle Santiago in front of you. We’re at number 19!

From Prado de San Sebastian bus station:
Take bus #1 going in the direction of Barqueta and get off at fourth stop – Recaredo, also called Plaza Carmen Benitez. Cross the street and walk about 30m in the opposite direction the bus was going. Turn down Calle Guadalup on your right; it links with Calle Santiago and we’re at number 19!

From Plaza de Armas bus station:
Take bus #C3 going in the direction of Prado de San Sebastian and get off at María Auxiliadora (Puerta Osario). Turn right down Calle Puñonrostro and walk straight for five minutes, passing through Calle Jauregui as well, until you get to Santa Catalina Church (you have to pass plaza Ponce de Leon). Once you get to Santa Catalina Church you have to cross the street; there you’ll find Calle Santiago (there’s a bar called La Freski on the corner). You’ll find us at number 19.