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Seville, streets or areas of concern

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Seville, streets or areas of concern

Hey

What streets or barrios these days are not worth treading into or of concern?

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1. Re: Seville, streets or areas of concern

The central older Barrios of Casco Antiguo in Seville are perfectly fine as well as Triana and you will have no problems.

Edited: 09 May 2014, 14:08
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2. Re: Seville, streets or areas of concern

Barrio Santa Cruz is pretty safe at night?

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3. Re: Seville, streets or areas of concern

You will find tourists from all over the world here and have never felt unsafe at any time.

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4. Re: Seville, streets or areas of concern

Yes it is safe at night. The only place I might shy away from is Tres Mil Viviendas.

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5. Re: Seville, streets or areas of concern

Good to know, Tres Mil Viviendas looks like a neighborhood far out you would have to be looking for it to get there.

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6. Re: Seville, streets or areas of concern

I found NO areas of Seville city center to be of any concern.. Seville`s climate means that people are out on the streets to very late hours..very safe beautiful city

Enjoy

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7. Re: Seville, streets or areas of concern

The only area in central Seville I've ever felt slightly vulnerable was between the Alameda de Hercules and Calle Feria, which seems to be the 'red light' district.

Strange characters wondering around, but I'm sure all were harmless.

Seville is such a busy city - there are people everywhere at all hours - that you won't ever be alone!

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