Seville, or Sevilla, is one of Spain’s most beautiful and unique cities. The Andalusian crown jewel mixes Western and Eastern architectures in a way that we don’t see very often. It’s no surprise that many people want to live there. However, the huge demand has also led to some increase in prices. They are yet to reach the heights from 2011, and the average price per square meter in Seville is 2106 euros right now! Down below we have a list of the most expensive districts:
Nervión – 2.524 €/m2
Nervion is just east of the city center, and considering the affordable price, it is one of the most preferred places to live, especially for younger people and students. It’s well connected to the rest of the city with line 1 of the metro, even though you can pretty much walk to the center from Nervion. It’s a good area to buy property at, as it is high in demand, relatively cheap, and growing quicker than the average for Seville.
Prado de San Sebastián – Felipe II – Bueno Monreal – 2.559 €/m2
This is the area of Seville around the Parque de María Luisa and Plaza de España. A lot of greenery, museums, and restaurants can be found in this area. It’s also very close to the heart of the city, which is why the prices here are higher than the average for Seville. If you enjoy running, or a more relaxed environment, this part of town is for you. The prices haven’t been moving much in the last few years, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t snag a place here if you can.
Los Remedios – 2.642 €/m2
Los Remedios is a rather large area, on the other shore of the river from the city center. The Plaza de Cuba is a nice and central landmark you might want to live near. This part of Seville is more local and authentic than the rest. You might have some real tapas, or live next door to a bullfighter here. The prices aren’t the most affordable, but if you want to be away from tourists and students, here you will have slightly more luck.
Triana – 2.660 €/m2
In the west of Los Remedios, you will find Triana. Many of the more affluent locals choose to live here. It’s quieter and more suburban than the other parts of town, but still charming and safe. It is the second most expensive district in Seville and the prices are only going up. For families or people that want to stay away from the hustle and bustle of the city center, this is a great area to live in.
Centro – 3.014 €/m2
As with most European cities, the city center is also the most expensive area to buy property in. It’s not necessarily the best place to live, but all of the tourists and offices drive the price up. Of course, there is a certain charm and vibe that only the city center has, and if you do manage to buy or rent a place around here, you can consider yourself lucky. The prices are growing quicker here than in other parts of town, and the demand is likely only going to go up. You do need to keep in mind that some streets can be noisy and crowded, so consider checking the area out during the day and night, before making a purchase.