Where to Go Out as a Student in Seville!
There is no doubt that Seville is a vibrant city with a very animated nightlife that starts at dinner time and ends late … or early, depending on the point of view!
Once you go out once you will realize that people from Sevilla like to dress well to go out, so in many places there is a strict dress code. Do not wear shorts or flip flops because they won’t let you in.
This area in the heart of the city is where the night starts. Although this area is very popular amongst foreigners and Erasmus students, there is a good mix with locals. Groups of friends normally meet here to go for a beer and grab something for dinner in one of its numerous tapas bars. Those bars close around 1- 2 a.m., so if you are planning for a long night out and you are up for dancing, Tokio (Cuesta del Rosario, 12) is a cool club.
Triana (Calle Betis)
Triana neighbourhood is well known for its Flamenco, so here you can find some of the best tablaos (place to dance Flamenco). You cannot live in Sevilla without going at least once to a real tablao, for instance Lola de los Reyes (Blas Infante 6) is an amazing place to experience the authentic Flamenco.
Calle Betis is also a very popular zone to go out for tapas and drinks. This street facing the Guadalquivir River is especially popular in the summertime when the breeze cools down the dry sevillean heat. I totally recommend “La Tertulia” (Betis, 28), sitting in its terrace you get a unique view from Seville, plus they do amazing mojitos!
If you are on a clubbing mood, the club Boss (Plaza Cuba) is a great option. Every Wednesday this club celebrates a special event for Erasmus students with R&B and commercial music. Just a little bit further in Juan Sebastian Elcano Street you can find London Gin Tonic club, they definitely do the best gin tonic of the city!
In this area we can find many places that stay open from the afternoon until late at night. They are perfect whether you want to go for a beer in the evening or for the gin tonic after dinner. The most emblematic are Alcapone and Gaucho.
For the club lovers, one of the coolest clubs in the city is ‘Antique Club’ located in Isla de la Cartuja (Av. Matemáticos Rey Pastor y Castro, s/n.). Bear in mind that this is a very chic atmosphere and you must wear the appropriate outfit to go in.
Finally, those who prefer a more alternative scene and enjoy live music, should go to Sala Obbio (Trástamara 29), where they play indie, rock, blues and also bring live concerts. La Caja Negra, a small concert hall also brings cool young artists.
As you can see there are plenty of places to go out in Seville. So just choose which neighbourhood suits you more, go into our webpage and book your ideal accommodation!
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