Nightlife in Sevilla
Seville’s Feria de Abril kicks off with the “prueba del alumbrao” (switch-on) when thousands of light bulbs are turned on to illuminate the gates to the fair. It all ends seven days later with fireworks over the Guadalquivir.
Holy Week in Seville is an intense experience: an outpouring of unrestrained emotion, art in the streets and a depth of feeling in the saetas [flamenco verses] that surface as a lament at the Passion of Christ.
There’s nothing more Sevillian than going out for tapas. It’s an entertaining custom that, as well as meaning you get to sample the local cuisine, gives you a chance to socialise with the city’s inhabitants.
Discovering Seville’ gastronomy is one of the best ways to get to know and enjoy this city. In the city’s restaurants, you’ll find dishes that are just as succulent as they are memorable.
The Alameda de Hércules was once the bed of the Guadalquivir river, and is one of Seville’s most cosmopolitan and open-minded neighbourhoods.
Seville is the perfect place to allow yourself to be captivated by the strumming of a guitar, flamenco dance and singing—the most authentic form of Andalusian folklore—at a tablao.
Bustling El Arenal neighbourhood, beloved by tourists and bullfighting enthusiasts, lies between Paseo de Colón, Calle Adriano and Calle Dos de Mayo.
Calle Betis, on the banks of the Guadalquivir river in the Triana district, offers the most spectacular panorama in Seville. What’s more, it is renowned for its lively bar atmosphere.
Any night is a good night to hit the town in Seville. If you’re a night owl, we’ve put together a selection of the best clubs, bars and terraces in the city just for you.
No one’s immune to Seville’s charms. Both embrace the clichés and think outside the box for thousands of things to do on a romantic weekend in the city.