Tomares, San Juan de Aznalfarache, Bormujos, Castilleja de la Cuesta… Seville at the other side of the Guadalquivir river offers a group of districts and neighbourhoods which are like small towns with about 24.000 residents. There, the art of this lively capital mixes with the daily life, local and business environment.
Just 15 minutes from the Plaza de España in Seville, you can find this business area, with services specially focused on those who must travel for work and need an accommodation in a quiet area in Seville, close to the business centres but without giving up the good connections with the city centre.
In the same way, close to San Juan de Aznalfarache and Tomares, 3 industrial estates are concentrated (Manchón, Serviasa and Aljarafe), the well-known Herba rice factory, several business hotels in Seville, the Zaudín golf course and all types of restaurants and pubs typically Andalucian where you can taste from the set menu to the delicious traditional dishes, cooked in the old-fashioned way.
Here is also located the regional television head office and big shopping centres; in addition, it is really easy to go to the centre of Seville by the tube, and so, it is considered for many one of the main dormitory areas of the capital of Seville. From San Juan de Aznalfarache and, specially, from the monuments zone located in the old hill, you can enjoy one of the best views of the entire city of Seville.
It should be pointed out its Parque de los Pitufos (as the Minas de Cala park is commonly known), considered one of the most lively places of the area, where many out of doors activities are celebrated all year round: markets, games and sports championships, cinema, art exhibitions…