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Mushrooms Tourist Apartments

The freedom of a tourist apartment is the real luxury.

In a tourist apartment you decide the schedules, you decide when you come back and when you leave, when and where to eat… Freedom to enjoy your tourist experience without the limits that any hotel would impose.

In our catalog of accommodations you will find the perfect location. The style of our apartments is unique and you will be able to choose the one that best suits the number of visitors, family… We have personally taken care of the renovations, decoration and interior design to create the right atmosphere, where the tourist experience finds its starting point.

You can choose between two groups of apartments in the same building:

  • A quieter and interior area, for those who need more privacy.
  • A more dynamic area with direct views to Las Setas, where you can feel in an avant-garde and futuristic space in a city with centuries of history.

Traveling will change your life and enjoying a unique tourist experience enriches your life with valuable memories.

For the most curious

The Mirador de Las Setas de Sevilla is a wooden structure of modern design that partly covers the traditional Plaza de la Encarnación.

It has dimensions of 150 x 70 meters and a height of approximately 26 meters and was designed by the German architect Jürgen Mayer. The structure rests its foundations on 2 large concrete columns where you will find the elevators to access the viewpoint.

It has become a tourist attraction in the historic center of Seville. Its mushroom shape makes it popularly known as the Setas de la Encarnación.

In Las Setas you will find a varied gastronomic offer, stores and archaeological remains.

In the basement, archaeological remains have been restored that were discovered during the works and that correspond to the time of the Roman and Arab empire of the city.

The visit will surprise you:

The Archaeological Walkway, 550 square meters, which is the main access with floor to ceiling glass, from where to observe the remains that extend in the large archaeological room.