Sevilla Nightlife, Spain
Sevilla, Nightlife – Clubs and Discos
All can admit that no one knows how to party better than the Latinos and no other people does this better than the Spanish. Sevilla Nightlife is no exception. Tourists and locals of all ages love to go out and have the fun of their lives especially during the summer nights when the hot weather tells them not to stay inside, but to enjoy the variety and diversity of clubs and discos that the city has to offer.
They first start with the already traditional boteillon, which is gathering outside in large groups and consuming large and delicious quantities of alcohol before actually getting drunk in the club. This approach is not only cheaper but also funnier, as it is a great opportunity to meet new people and have interesting conversation before the music will only let the body speak. The most popular places in Sevilla where such meetings take place are: Plaza San Salvador, Plaza Alfalfa or both banks of river Guadalquivir.
After warming up, when the alcohol has started to limit the number of words in people’s vocabulary, it is high time to head towards a discotheque. In Sevilla, people do not go out before 11:30 pm or midnight and do not leave home until dawn. One of the most frequented clubs and discos in the city are: Capote, Barroco, Eureka, Fun club, Boss, Catedral and El Doblon.
Spanish people might seems crazy after hitting the floor, but keep in mind that during the summer, the parties usually move outside the city, to Isla de la Cartuja, where people can have fun respecting the sleep and intimacy of others.
Sevilla, Nightlife – Bars and Restaurants
One of the most famous aspects when it comes to gastronomy in Spain are the popular tapas. It stands for an appetizer or a Spanish snack that is offered free once you order an alcoholic drink. It is usually made of delicious seafood or a mixture of olives and cheese. The locals tell the story of these appetizers which became so famous because many years ago, the patron of one restaurant sick and tired of so many flies landing in his clients’ drinks, started to serve the beverages with a small plate and a little snack on the glass. With the passage of time tapas have evolved into a complex and sophisticated cuisine, sometimes taking the place of a full meal.
The most popular places where you can enjoy delicious tapas and tasty traditional food are: Casa Cuesta, La Alacena de San Eloy, Bar Santa Marta, Lizarran and Blanco Cerillo.
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