Casona del Porvenir

c/ Santa Rosa no 7, Seville, 41013, Spain
Casona del Porvenir
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Bullfight tickets

by tkjtda

Is there any way to get tickets to the Easter Sunday bullfight online? Everything I read talks about getting tickets at the Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza office, but I can't do that until I get there which may be too late (Easter Saturday). Any idea how to get tickets while still in the US?

Re: Bullfight tickets

by ajbrowne

I'm also going to be there and would like to get tickets before hand. Would it be ok if we brought the tickets from the office 2 days before hand. I heard that they sell out because of scalpers.
Thanks

Re: Bullfight tickets

by MsLinzLou2

I live in Sevilla right now, and I'm headed to the bullfighting ring on Saturday. I'll check it out and then write you back.

Travel Tips for Sevilla

You absolutely have to go to...

by Heike_Sevi

You absolutely have to go to the Alcazar and to the Giralda (to just speek of sites).
-Bars: las Columnas, C./Mateos Gago
-Pepe Hillo C./Arenal
Partying: During the winter: Plaza San Salvador
During the summer: Down by the river I miss most all of the inhabitants of Sevilla, the parties, the siesta and the nice climate

If you visit the old part of...

by jujub

If you visit the old part of town, you will see all these alleys that turn and split, even with a map you will get lost. But the locals are more than happy to try to teach you how to get to your destination. It's funny to see so many people lost at the same time, but then you get to see all these buildings and find all these food joints...

This is Plaza Santa Cruz, I got so lost looking for it, and I had a map and I had people tell me where to go and where to turn!! There is a flamenco show nearby here, it was nice.

Alternative to Sangria

by swedishanna

Sangria is lovely, because it has lots of fruit in it and I am a big fan of fruit. It is however, rather hard to get hold of Sevilla, if you don`t know where to go.
On Calle Mateus Gago, the bar after Las Columnas, they have one of the best Sangrias I found in Sevilla, but they do also run out of it towards the end of the night!
As a super alternative though, and to be honest I often prefered it because it`s less sweet and more refreshing, is tinto de verrano (summer wine).
Tinto de verrano, which you can get in any bar and normally costs the same as a beer (or less), is red wine mixed either with fanta (or own brand!) lemon, orange or with Casera (like Sprite light but less flavour).
The blanca version (i.e with casera) is less fruity (recommended if you are having several!) and the lemon version almost like sangria (but without the fruit).

In the plaza de España the...

by Raffa

In the plaza de España the city of Cairo was recreated for the film Laurence of arabia, by David Lean. But other scenes of The Maria Luisa Park were shown on the secreen, so that the Casino de la Exposicion and the Plaza de America became Demascus. Later, the Mudejar Pavilion was used in The Wind and the Lion to represent Tangiers. And recently it has become the perfect scene of a conversation from the 2nd episode of Star Wars, by George Lucas.
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Courtyards

by tini58de

Ever since we met 68maciek in Krakow, we became absolute fans of courtyards!! So, whenever a door is open, we know no fear (well, almost none...) and peek inside.

And it sure is worthwhile: especially Andalucía has the most beautiful courtyards you can imagine - little oases of calm and tranquility! Be sure to peek inside as well, quite a few are public, so don't feel shy!

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