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Top Bars in Seville - Your Favourite Seville Bars

  • Once the sun sets, things in Seville really start to heat up. To help decide which nightspots to check out, we asked you about your favourite bars in Seville over at our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you told us...

  • Elefunk

    Maria Rodriguez Legorburu says:

    Elefunk is the best !

    Hostelworld.com says:

    At this popular club you’ll hear a mix of funk and electronic tunes played loudly to entertain the punters. There’s a great drinks selection to choose from too.

    Location: Adriano 10.
    Opening hours: Tues-Sun 11pm-5am.

  • Kennedy's Irish Bar

    Jim Barton says:

    Kennedy's Irish Bar, where you can watch all the Celtic games!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    You’ll be able to watch a great selection of live sporting events here in this Irish pub while you sip on a pint of Guinness as well as a wide variety of other tempting tipples. Food is also available here.

    Location: Calle Cardenal Bueno Monreal.
    Opening hours: Daily, 8am-late.

  • Robotica

    Jennifer Marie Garza says:

    Robotica, small, fun, noisy, crowded, and a bucket of mojito for 4 Euros. Good times!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    One of the most popular spots along the bar-filled Calle Alfalfa, Robotica is often crowded with drinkers who come to sample some of the best cocktails in all of Seville. The speciality here is the ‘mojito’, which is served up in large jugs at very reasonable prices.

    Location: Calle Alfalfa.

  • Phoenix

    Michael William Purvis says:

    Phoenix in Plaza de Cuba is a pretty great place. Drinks are cheap, the food is good, the staff are nice and the atmosphere is friendly.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Opened by an Irishman and an Australian, Phoenix is a popular bar where people get together to watch a game while enjoying a cold beer and some food. A number of theme nights are held here too, including karaoke sessions and more.

    Location: Plaza de Cuba.

  • Big Ben

    Michael William Purvis says:

    Big Ben, just round the corner on calle betis, is an excellent second stop. More cheap drinks, great music at the weekend, and a young lively crowd.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Drinks here are pretty great value with regular specials on beers on shots. At the weekend, things really get going as a mix of locals and visitors pack into Big Ben to enjoy the loud music and animated atmosphere.

    Location: Calle Betis, 54.

  • Sala Fun Club

    Michael William Purvis says:

    There's only one proper way to round off the night. Straight to la alameda and into Fun Club, an amazing indie/alternative disco in Sevilla's best barrio.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Regular live rock, indie and heavy metal shows are just part of what makes this club such a popular venue in Seville. If you want to go dancing, show up on Thursday nights when a live DJ spins the tunes. This club stays open until 8am so it’s the place to go if you’re looking to party the night away...literally!

    Location: Alameda de Hercules 86.

  • Los Coloniales

    Mary Koplovich says:

    The best tapas bar in Seville is "Los Coloniales".

    Hostelworld.com says:

    At Los Coloniales you’ll be treated to a friendly atmosphere in which to enjoy a few beers and sample some of the delicious tapas dishes. Both food and drink are very reasonably priced.

    Location: Plaza Cristo de Burgos.

  • La Carbonería

    Yvonne Tizard says:

    For flamenco, try la Carboneria.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Flamenco dancing is one of the major attractions here in Seville and if you’re looking to catch a show while you’re here make sure to check out La Carbonería in the Barrio de Santa Cruz area of the city. Free performances take place here each and every night.

    Location: Calle Levies 18.

  • Levies

    Eva Lisby says:

    "Levies" is a another very good tapas bar.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Popular both during the day and at night, this café-bar serves up a wide variety of tapas dishes accompanied by plenty of beers and lots more.

    Location: Calle San José 15.



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  • Once the sun sets, things in Seville really start to heat up. To help decide which nightspots to check out, we asked you about your favourite bars in Seville over at our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you told us...

  • Elefunk

    Maria Rodriguez Legorburu says:

    Elefunk is the best !

    Hostelworld.com says:

    At this popular club you’ll hear a mix of funk and electronic tunes played loudly to entertain the punters. There’s a great drinks selection to choose from too.

    Location: Adriano 10.
    Opening hours: Tues-Sun 11pm-5am.

  • Kennedy's Irish Bar

    Jim Barton says:

    Kennedy's Irish Bar, where you can watch all the Celtic games!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    You’ll be able to watch a great selection of live sporting events here in this Irish pub while you sip on a pint of Guinness as well as a wide variety of other tempting tipples. Food is also available here.

    Location: Calle Cardenal Bueno Monreal.
    Opening hours: Daily, 8am-late.

  • Robotica

    Jennifer Marie Garza says:

    Robotica, small, fun, noisy, crowded, and a bucket of mojito for 4 Euros. Good times!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    One of the most popular spots along the bar-filled Calle Alfalfa, Robotica is often crowded with drinkers who come to sample some of the best cocktails in all of Seville. The speciality here is the ‘mojito’, which is served up in large jugs at very reasonable prices.

    Location: Calle Alfalfa.

  • Phoenix

    Michael William Purvis says:

    Phoenix in Plaza de Cuba is a pretty great place. Drinks are cheap, the food is good, the staff are nice and the atmosphere is friendly.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Opened by an Irishman and an Australian, Phoenix is a popular bar where people get together to watch a game while enjoying a cold beer and some food. A number of theme nights are held here too, including karaoke sessions and more.

    Location: Plaza de Cuba.

  • Big Ben

    Michael William Purvis says:

    Big Ben, just round the corner on calle betis, is an excellent second stop. More cheap drinks, great music at the weekend, and a young lively crowd.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Drinks here are pretty great value with regular specials on beers on shots. At the weekend, things really get going as a mix of locals and visitors pack into Big Ben to enjoy the loud music and animated atmosphere.

    Location: Calle Betis, 54.

  • Sala Fun Club

    Michael William Purvis says:

    There's only one proper way to round off the night. Straight to la alameda and into Fun Club, an amazing indie/alternative disco in Sevilla's best barrio.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Regular live rock, indie and heavy metal shows are just part of what makes this club such a popular venue in Seville. If you want to go dancing, show up on Thursday nights when a live DJ spins the tunes. This club stays open until 8am so it’s the place to go if you’re looking to party the night away...literally!

    Location: Alameda de Hercules 86.

  • Los Coloniales

    Mary Koplovich says:

    The best tapas bar in Seville is "Los Coloniales".

    Hostelworld.com says:

    At Los Coloniales you’ll be treated to a friendly atmosphere in which to enjoy a few beers and sample some of the delicious tapas dishes. Both food and drink are very reasonably priced.

    Location: Plaza Cristo de Burgos.

  • La Carbonería

    Yvonne Tizard says:

    For flamenco, try la Carboneria.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Flamenco dancing is one of the major attractions here in Seville and if you’re looking to catch a show while you’re here make sure to check out La Carbonería in the Barrio de Santa Cruz area of the city. Free performances take place here each and every night.

    Location: Calle Levies 18.

  • Levies

    Eva Lisby says:

    "Levies" is a another very good tapas bar.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Popular both during the day and at night, this café-bar serves up a wide variety of tapas dishes accompanied by plenty of beers and lots more.

    Location: Calle San José 15.



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