seville

Hello, seville

Bathed in sunlight year-round, Seville has a charismatic and upbeat vibe. The mix of Roman, Moorish and Colonial influences have sculpted Seville's reputation as a cultural cornucopia. Tangled alleyways, labyrinths, exquisite cathedrals, and animated tapas bars line the Guadalquivir river, which winds its way through the Andalusian capital.

Bars & Nightlife

The Bars & Nightlife to Visit

Sevilla  El rinconcillo

El Rinconcillo

Seville’s oldest bar has been in business since 1670, and the bill is still written in chalk on the bar. The setting is elegant and beautiful and the selection of drinks is sure to satisfy. They also serve good tapas if you are feeling hungry.

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lounge

Bestiario

This venue was originally a street pub, and after several transformations it has become a funky bar and lounge club that continues to attract crowds of people.

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beer

Cervecería El Tremendo

El Tremendo is a famous cervecería in Santa Catalina that specialises in one thing, and one thing only: beer. Cold brews and large glasses attract huge crowds for after-work or to get the night started. There are no chairs, so come and mingle with other people at the tables set up along the street.

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Terraza Alfonso

Terraza Alfonso is one of the most famous night venues in Seville, located in the Parque de Maria Luisa. The pleasant daytime cafe turns into an outdoor nightclub after dark, an ideal place to enjoy summer nights and dance until the wee hours of the morning. They even provide free salsa lessons every evening.

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Young woman dancing flamenco in traditional flamenco dress and a man playing the guitar

Tablao Flamenco El Arenal

As a tourist, one should definitely visit a couple of flamenco bars. A good one is El Arenal, at the corner of Pagé de Corro and Antillano Campos. Flamenco performed here is said to be true to its roots, spontaneous, and full of authentic emotion.

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tapas

Taberna Coloniales San Pedro

Wise Spaniards think you should always eat while drinking, that's why most of the bars also serve food, usually tapas, and Taberna Coloniales San Pedro is one of them. Do not walk out the door if it is busy, it is really worth the wait.

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