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Florence Robson Florence Robson, Dec 19th 2014, 14:25 Verified Guru

Hi Sam! I can't give you any advice specific to Seville but have you checked out this previous question/answers about accommodation in Spain? The answers mention websites such as Fotocasa, Easy Piso, Mil Anuncios and Idealista, all of which are really helpful (although Idealista was my personal favourite). However, don't panic if you can't find somewhere before you go. There are always numbers pinned to lamp posts (not as dodgy as it sounds!) advertising flats in the area. If you're still looking in January, book a hostel/Air Bnb and spend a couple of days asking around and looking on noticeboards!

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