How to get to La Banda Hostel

“This place could not be more central, brilliant location, so close to everything”

Follow theses instructions to get to La Banda Hostel in Sevilla

  • There are 2 exits out of Plaza de Armas bus station. One exit leads down some concrete steps, the other exit leads down a long ramp.
  • Take the exit that leads down the steps. You need to walk in a straight line down Calle Arjona, in the direction of the Plaza del toros for about 15 minutes.
  • You will immediately cross a street named Puente Cristo de la Expiracion on your right that leads to a bridge going over the river.
  • Walk straight, crossing over the road, but not turning right.
  • Keep walking straight, you will walk for about 5 minutes down a Calle Arjona with local shops on either side and high modern apartments above.
  • Keep walking straight.
  • You will reach a large intersection/cross roads with another bridge that heads right over the river (Puente de Isabel II).
  • Shortly after the bridge you will a section of river on your right hand side that is lined with tall palm trees.
  • Keep walking straight, crossing the intersection and walking past the palm trees.
  • After this you will walk past a small kiosk bar that overlooks the river.
  • Keep walking straight.
  • Then you will walk past a small petrol station on the side of the road, just keep walking straight.
  • On the other side of the road you will soon walk past the Plaza de Toros (the bull ring). It is a big yellow and white circular building, with a statue of a dude on a horse outside.
  • Immediately after that you will see a striped (zebra) crossing that goes over the road.
  • Cross over and keep walking straight (but now on the other side of the road).
  • You will immediately cross a street called ¨Antonio Diaz¨, then 2 minutes later you will cross another street called ¨Real de la Carretera¨
  • Keep walking straight.
  • The next street on the left is Calle Dos de Mayo. This is where we are!
  • Turn left, and we are half way down the street on the left hand side. We are number 16! You will see two large garage doors, and a brightly coloured La Banda Tile by the door. It is just after a restaurant called La Bulla.
  • Just ring the door bell to come in!!!
  • There are 2 exits out of the Prado bus station.
  • You need to take the exit that leads directly out of the part of the station where all of the buses park. Don´t take the exit that leads out of the indoor tickets office area.
  • The exit leads goes through an archway and out on to Avenida Carlos V, a busy main road with lots of bus stops for local buses and a tramline for the city tram.
  • Turn right, and follow the route that the tramlines go in.+
  • You will soon reach a large roundabout with a fountain in the middle.
  • Just keep following the tramlines. They cross directly over the roundabout and continue forward onto a pedestrianized wide walkway called Calle San Fernando.
  • You will walk past the university on your left (a beautiful old building).
  • Just keep following the tramlines, they will curve round to the right, going past a large fountain onto Avenida de la Constitucion.
  • You will go past a large glass tram stop which is just before the Cathedral (the massive building that looks like a big gothic church).
  • Once you have walked past the tram stop, take the first left onto Calle Almirantazgo, directly in line with the edge of the cathedral.
  • Walk down through the archway.
  • Continue straight onto Calle Dos de Mayo
  • We are number 16, half way down on the right!
  • Look out for a coloured La Banda Tile right next to some garage doors, we are kinda clandestine!
  • Ring the doorbell to come in!
  • Walk out of the main entrance of the station, walk in a straight line across the car park until you reach a road that runs parallel with the entrance.
  • There is a glass bus stop, where the number 21 bus leaves from every 15 minutes.
  • Get on the number 21 bus, and you need to get off at the stop called ¨Paseo Colon/Torre del Oro¨.
  • You will know you have reached the Paseo Colon stop when you see the river, and large round old tower called La Torre de Oro, it looks like a small turret from a castle, with palm trees along the edge of the river.
  • Get off the bus and continue walking along the street in the same direction that the bus was going in.
  • Walk straight and take the 3rdturning on the right. It is a street called Calle Dos de Mayo.
  • We are number 16, located half way down the street on the left hand side. You will see two large garage doors, and a brightly coloured La Banda Tile by the door. It is just after a restaurant called La Bulla.
  • Just ring the door bell to come in!!!
  • Continue straight onto Calle Dos de Mayo
  • We are number 16, half way down on the right!
  • Look out for a coloured La Banda Tile right next to some garage doors, we are kinda clandestine!
  • There is only one bus from the airport. It is called EA. You leave the airport exit, and you will find the stop just outside on the left hand side.
  • You need to get off the bus at the stop called ¨Paseo Colon¨ the journey takes about 35 minutes.
  • There should be a screen announcing the stop names, but if you have any doubts just ask the driver.
  • You will know you have reached the Paseo Colon stop when you see the river, and large round old tower called La Torre de Oro, it looks like a small turret from a castle, with palm trees along the edge of the river.
  • Get off the bus and continue walking along the street in the same direction that the bus was going in.
  • Walk straight and take a street on the right. It is a street called Calle Dos de Mayo.
  • We are number 16, located half way down the street on the left hand side. You will see two large garage doors, and a brightly coloured La Banda Tile by the door. It is just after a restaurant called La Bulla.
  • Just ring the door bell to come in!!!
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