If you like to party, then you are in the right place. Sevilla has a vibrant nightlife that goes on through the night and into the very early hours of the morning.
The biggest nightclubs in the city are dotted along the river front areas, with some even being open air to make the most of the balmy evenings.
Alameda de Hércules
Once an undesirable area of the city, the Alameda de Hércules has been reinvented into not just a foodie haven, but also a great place to enjoy the Seville nightlife.
Originally a district which suffered serious decline through the 20thcentury after the Spanish Civil War, its gradual redevelopment since 2006 has seen it become one of the main nightlife hubs around.
Well known as a more alternative part of Seville, this is a hangout for the younger, hip crowd, and also home to some of the most popular gay bars and clubs in the city. Bars and clubs cradle the boulevard in strong number and the plaza thrums with a friendly and open crowd that gets busiest an hour or two after midnight. Always full of young people, especially on the weekends.
La Alameda offers a host of bars, both tapas and drinks, as well as a choice of dance clubs, sparking life into the nights of Seville.
For great live shows try Fun Club and its lively alternative scene or Gigante Bar, a popular bar in the area that’s open to all late in the evening. If you’re partial to a bit of nightlife in the form of Jazz music then head to Naima to quench your thirst.
All in all, this is the best place to go out any night of the week, there is always interesting and international people around and loads of great pubs and bars around to have some drinks! It is full of alternative people and students with lots of things to share. There is always things happening here.
One of the most historic parts of Seville, and home to some exceptional restaurants, it’s funny to think that Alfalfa is also a hotspot for university-goers looking for a party.
Most of the students gather regularly in the restaurant and bar. This is the most youth friendly zone of Seville in Spain. Students gather on a nightly basis along the strip of bars that slopes up towards Discoteca Tokyo, so the vibe along that stretch is geared towards a younger, international crowd, and is also home to some of the best, budget-friendly drink deals in the city! A tip, you can save money on drinks in the city if you are in Alfalfa.
If you’re looking for something a little more relaxed in the area, check out some of the amazing cocktail bars nearby, especially The Second Room (Calle del Placentines, 19) for a great espresso martini, or head along to the rooftop bars by the Cathedral and catch the amazing views from the Hotel Doña Maria Terrace (Calle Don Remondo, 19), where you’ll regularly catch live music in the summer months.
The most traditional and authentic neighborhood in Seville, Triana has a surprising amount of bars and clubs to entertain all of Seville from the last hours of the night into the early hours of the morning.
Triana has a culture a little apart from the mainland and the Trianeros are the locals who typify the slow Andalucian way of life. Locals when asked where they are from will always say Triana rather than Seville, and they are fiercely proud of their neighbourhood. The area is beautiful, the people are welcoming and the nightlife is authentic and rich.
Historically the area was associated with Sailors, and the Capilla de los Marineros, or Sailors Chapel, houses the image of Our Lady of Hope, popularly known as Esperanza de Triana, one of Seville’s most important religious icons.
For nightlife further past midnight you can visit La Tertulia on Calle Betis for a drink by the river or JavaCafé on Calle San Jacinto.
Utopia Night Club
Sometimes we just want a good old fashioned night of clubbing, where we dance the night away to deafeningly loud dance music and forget all the troubles that may or may not exist.
So, the last place we recommend you to go is the sophisticated, modern late night club, Utopia. It is a three-floor nightclub in Paseo de Cristóbal Colón, where you can dance all night on the tunes you want to.
Besides this, it also serves super trendy MKC, which is a gin tonic and a local favorite. A different kind of music plays on every floor. You can drink and dance as long as you wish.
An experience that you are not going to forget. Immerse yourself in the Sevilla nightlife with its people, its places…and it will give you unforgettable memories. And here we have a lot to say.
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