Whilst in Sevilla you have to...
Whilst in Sevilla you have to take in a Flamenco show. Andalusia is the home of the flamenco and you won't get a better exhibition anywhere.
The energy that these dancers put into their performance is amazing, the floor shakes. My husband did not want to go, had no interest. He hasn't stopped talking about it ever since. A real convert.
Plaza del Salvador: Plaza del Salvador
This isn't just nightlife, y'all. This is morning-, afternoon-, and night-life. This picture was taken at 3-ish local time on a Friday. They're having a keg party! Don't tell me work's out already? Sure. The weekend has begun. Actually, the weekend seems to be year-round in this city. Party, party, party, but in a clean, happy, joie de vivre kind of way.
Raffa's Nightlife Tip
The night life is very habitual in this city, you can begin taking a beer or a wine outdoors in some square, for example in the 'Plaza del Salvador' where it can have more than 200 people enjoying the mediterranean climate of this beautiful city. You have discos, pubs, bars, of all type and for all the likes, from the chic thing at most ground.
Dress Code: Everithing is allowed.
Los Gallos: Los Gallos
A wonderful small Flamenco Bar where you can see two Flamenco shows a night. Featuring very skilled and talented dancers (this is where professional Flamenco Dancers pay their dues) and wonderful musicians and singers. I went to the early show (9pm) but have been told more locals attend the later show which tends to be better.
Dress Code: Don't wear blue jeans. Definately an appropriate place for a nicer suit or dress.
Lope da Vega Theatre: Café de Casino
The old Seville pavillion in 1929 Latin American Exposition became a Casino, and, later on, a theatre. In its selected restaurant "Café de Casino" there is sometimes live entertainment.
- Food and Dining
- Arts and Culture
Casino de la Exposicion: Roll the Dice
There is a casino near the entrance of the Parqu de Maria Luisa near the Plaza de Espana. Do you feel lucky?
El Palacio Andaluz
We spent one night there, during my first visit to Sevilla.
In the price, they were included, dinner, wine (as much as we wanted) and of course flamenco.
Famous Carbonaria is really...
Famous Carbonaria is really good place to listen to local/foreign musicians including flamenco. Also, Calle Betis has numerous bars.
El Patio: El Patio
Crowded bar and opens late in the day, a good place for a night cap, just around the corner from Hostal Lis II. Beer, wine and tapas up to standard too.....