We leave for Spain the beginning of April. I had made reservations for all hotels early and now am going back and roughly planning a day by day itinerary...nothing cast in stone but just an idea of what we might do each day weather permitting.
Our son and his wife were in Seville a year ago and terrified us about the prospect of driving in town. We aren't planning on driving around. Just driving in and parking the car until we leave.
I had booked a hotel outside the old part of the city, away from most of the sites and just changed to the Becquer based on comments of people in this forum. The hotel of course does have parking.
So how bad will the drive into the city be, do you think? We will arrive on a Sunday and leave on Wednesday (3 nights). We have a GPS. Any comments or recommendations? I talked my husband into driving in Rome a few years back, without a GPS at that time, and he swore never again. None of the comments lead me to believe that Seville will be that bad.
Our itinerary is basically
Torremolinos 3 nights
Granada 2 nights
Seville 3 nights
Cordoba 2 nights
Toledo 2 nights
Madrid 3 nights
Barcelona 3 nights