Vereda Real Hotel Seville

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Urb. Brisas de Aljarafe, Ctra. Gines - Valencina, Km 2, 41907 Seville, Spain
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 47% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Flamenco Venues

by asaustrup

There was a similar post back in 2006 so I think I willl ask the question again. I will be in Sevilla in April. I would like to see some Flamenco but have no interest in seeing a staged Flamenco show....especially not a "tourist show" with dinner, however professional.

Is Flamenco still something that locals do spontaneously? Anything like "open mike night" for local performers?. Just wondered where you could go to see the state of Flamenco as a local music style? Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Cheers,

Arne

Re: Flamenco Venues

by unaS

I wanted very much the same sort of thing but was unable to find it.
I did find a less commercial type Flamenco show in a small venue that specializes in extra talented young people just beginning their careers.

The Casa de la Memoria de Al-Andalus is a small intimate patio, open in summer, in an historical old house. It is not a restaurant, no drinks or food served.

Located in Santa Cruz near the Puerta de la Carne.
http://www.casadelamemoria.es/entrada.htm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_2Sd7amd-w

It is a bit difficult to find. Full details on my Seville page, Tips/Things To Do.

Re: Flamenco Venues

by puerto_lover

Yes you do get some spontaneous flamenco and the later in the night then the more likely you will find it ! Touristy places cater for the folks who need their rest before midnight but Seville does have an all night culture especially at weekends and at Feria time or any other excuse and during the hot months.

Have you seen this excellent list of bars.
http://www.exploreseville.com/flamenco.htm#bars

The CARBONERIA is a very well known bar frequented by locals and tourists and they have a performance later in the evening but finishing before midnight for sure (local neighbours stipulate that) and you can wander in and watch for free. A good starting point if you are in Barrio Santa Cruz in my opinion. For location just put LA CARBONERIA SEVILLA in the search box at Google Maps.

As you probably already know, the famous dance Sevillanas is a sort of flamenco and performed on an ad hoc basis at venues. Nice to watch and after you have seen one or two you begin to recognise the moves ! To get a flavour see :
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/vv/158c/

Travel Tips for Sevilla

The perfect day in Sevilla

by sue_stone

The perfect day in Sevilla would be:

Sightseeing in the morning.
Big lunch with some local wine.
Afternoon siesta (too much food and wine!).
Early evening wander around Barrio de Santa Cruz.
Drinks and Tapas at a few bars in Barrio de Santa Cruz.
Sleep and do it all again tomorrow.

I actually went to Sevilla to...

by Marynn

I actually went to Sevilla to see just one thing: the Plaza d'España. And if you've seen the Star Wars movie Attack of the Clones you might find it looking familiar... The Plaza d'España is really beautiful. So is the rest of the parc by the way. Very nice to stroll around, have a drink on a terrace in sun or shade.

Enjoy the local activity...

by Kay_C

Enjoy the local activity around you. There are so many people out and about in this city. One morning while having coffee, a parade took place on the streets outside the cafe - we never found out what it was all about, but it was a one of the great memories we have of Sevilla.

The Bull Ring of Seville

by Fen

Whatever your views on Bullfighting I still think I would like to see a Bull fight for myself.
Not for any macho reason, just to try and understand the Spainish culture some more. Right or wrong I like to respect other people's culture's and only when I've seen a Bull fight can I really makeup my mind.

Seville's famous bullring is arguably the finest in Spain and the perfect venue for a first experience of the bullfight.

Although the art of the matador is now declining in popularity, the sunlit stage, with its whitewashed walls, blood red fences and merciless circle of sand, remain crucial to the city's psyche.

There is also a small bullfighting museum here which is open daily, except Sunday from 10.00 am to 13.30. Bullfights take place from April to September

Day 10

by into-thin-air

Walk to Meridia --16.1k -- Hostal -- we later found out that there was a new Alberge in the city centre !!

Short day which gave us Plenty of time for exploring the Old Roman Ruins in Meridia -- This was really a Great little City !!

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