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5 Things to do in Seville at night

When the warm Andalusian sun goes down, Seville changes its face and turns into the perfect city where you can stay in the wee hours and have fun. Among flamenco, tapas and cherry, the capital of Andalusia is probably one of the best cities to enjoy the nightlife in Spain. Even if after a day spent visiting museums and attractions you will be tired, do not miss the opportunity to discover the city with its illuminated monuments. Here are 5 things to do in Seville at night.

1.  Taste the tapas

The first piece of advice on what to do in Seville after the sun has set is, of course, dedicated to tapas.

The Andalusian city is famous for the many places located one after another where you can enjoy some of the best tapas in Spain. The dishes to taste are endless and range from the classic potato tortilla, through anchovies and fried squid, to the typical carillada de carne and serranito.

If you want to try tapas, remember that here, as in the rest of the country, it is difficult to eat before 21.30, but you can choose to participate in our Seville Food Tour to taste the best dishes in the restaurants chosen by locals. Our tours are guided by people who live in Seville and who can, therefore, tell you stories and curiosities about the city, guiding you to discover the traditional recipes and the tastiest dishes.

Discover the reasons why you should take part in a Food Tour in Seville and reserve your place.

Booking is easy: simply send us an email to reservations@doeatbetter.com or contact us via WhatsApp at +39 329 17.90.647.

To find out what are and where to eat the best tapas in Seville, meanwhile, read our guide!

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2.  Attending a Flamenco show

Seville is synonymous with flamenco and you cannot say you really visited this city without a flamenco show.

After a stroll around the tapas clubs, there is nothing better than a flamenco show.

There are so many places and it is up to you to choose the best one according to your preferences: you can decide to go to the bars where you can also dance and play flamenco while drinking a glass of cherry or watch a great show inside one of the many theaters in town. Both experiences will be unforgettable.

The neighborhood where some of the best tablaos in the city are concentrated is Triana.

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3. Wander through the illuminated monuments

After you’ve had some tapas, a walk is always necessary… and Seville, with its illuminated monuments, is a perfect setting!

Romantic and charming, the Andalusian city, in the evening, is even more beautiful than during the day: the Alcazar and the Cathedral, at night, seem even more impressive and the Plaza de España is practically empty!

One of the most evocative experiences to do in the dark is to climb Las Setas (Espacio Metropol Parasol), a futuristic structure in the heart of the city from which you can enjoy a breathtaking view of Seville.

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4.  Embark for an evening cruise on the Guadalquivir

If you want to live one of the most romantic experiences in the city then, among the things to do in Seville at night, include an evening cruise on the Guadalquivir River.

During the cruise you will see the city flowing near you and admire its most significant illuminated monuments.

One of the perfect moments to take part in the cruise is the sunset: in this way you will see the light change and with it the city.

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5.  Dancing Late at Club

If you love nightlife and like to dance, know that Seville is full of clubs, pubs and discos where you can stay late in the evening!

Some of the best clubs can be found along the river, in the Triana district and in the Expo ’92 district. Many clubs do not open before 2 am.

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These were our tips on things to do in Seville at night, we hope to have given you some interesting ideas and we look forward to meeting you on our Food Tour.

Still do not know where to stay in Seville? Find the right accommodation for you here.

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SELENE

SELENE

Graduated in Literature and Communication and Media Culture, she loves both writing and storytelling. She made her first trip when she was only two and a half months old and hasn't had a break since. Each of her trips is accompanied, of course, by more tastings of the local cuisine! Today she writes about this and more on her blog "Viaggi che Mangi" and in the meantime she also writes for other portals.

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