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Sep 30, 2011
Seville’s rich history is reflected in many of the area's most popular offerings. If you love museums and architecture, you'll find plenty of things to do in Seville. You can also enjoy palaces and parkland or learn about Flamenco dancing as you explore this Spanish city.
Sep 30, 2011
La Catedral de Sevilla is one of the most popular and impressive sights in the city of Seville. This architectural treasure is hundreds of years old, dating back to the 1500s, and it still welcomes awe-struck visitors into its halls and tower today. You can even see Christopher Columbus's final resting spot.
Seville nightclubs display an unbelievable energy and vitality in the audiences they cater to and activities that will keep them perfectly entertained, particularly given its world famous expression through Flamenco dancing.
With many of the hotspots combining the colorful native dance with venues that hold and international disco setting, the evening really heats up quickly. You’ll find clubs that are as traditional as the city and as contemporary as its local partygoers. Beyond the great hip clubs like the Bestiario or the Patio De La Cartuja, you’ll also find some great nightlife at the Hotel Monte Triana, or check out Giralda, the Bar La Gitanilla or El Palacio Andaluz for remarkable, memorable Flamenco performances as part of your perfect night.
No matter what your desire for a memorable, entertaining and overall fun night, your dancing, partying energy will be met head-on as you venture forth.
5 Seville Nightclubs
Milagritos, Tapas Bar
EME catedral hotel Alemanes, 27, Sevilla, 41004
Chill out on the patio at the Milagritos, Tapas Bar, and get ready for some awesome entertainment. There is live music and dancing almost every night of the week, as well as a live flamenco show on the weekends.
Discoteca Boss Fortaleza 13, Seville, Spain
Meet friends, or make some new ones at Discoteca Boss. This fun and trendy club is a great place to go for dancing, and it has an expansive cocktail menu that is sure to please all guests.
Flaherty's Irish Pub
Flaherty's Irish Pub C/ Alemanes 7, Seville, Spain
Knock back some beers at Seville' first Irish pub. Flaherty's Irish Pub always has a fun and jovial atmosphere that attracts guests of all ages, and makes it a great place to meet new people.
Groucho Bar Federico Sánchez Bedoya, 20, Seville, Spain
Come into Groucho Bar in downtown Seville any night of the week for great specials, and fun events. Every week you can drop in for 80's or open-mic night, and don't miss the big theme parties on holidays like Halloween and Christmas.
El Hombre Y El Oso
El Hombre Y El Oso C/ Amor De Dios 32, Seville, Spain
Dance all night long, and listen to great music at El Hombre Y El Oso. This predominantly gay bar always has a fun and accepting atmosphere that welcomes all guests with live music and great drinks.