Seville is famous as a crossroads of ancient and modern Iberian cultures, and La Carbonería exhibits one of the most striking and traditional strands of this: flamenco music. Seville is a major hub of flamenco performance and instruction, and at La Carbonería tourists can settle in alongside locals to catch an evening of authentic music and dance in this enthralling tradition. Hidden away on a narrow side street, this is the best and most genuine flamenco evening you’re likely to find and the copious sangria hardly hurts the atmosphere.
La Carbonería, Calle Levíes, 18, Sevilla, +34 954 56 37 49
Situated on the throbbing nightlife hub Calle Bétis, Lo Nuestro is something a little different: it primarily hosts flamenco evenings and quieter music events, making this a nice place for a breather before or after diving into the standard nightlife. Groups are rotated frequently, Lo Nuestro has become a fixture over many years in the neighborhood, making it a good place to take in the local talent. Not as famous or crowded as La Carbonería, the location makes this as excellent spot to know about.
Swanky and up-scale, the Antique Theatro is one of Seville’s more exclusive clubs. Frequently reputed to host major Spanish celebrities and notables, it is a coveted spot for a night out. Situated a stone’s throw from the riverbank and somewhat out of the way, it lives up to its classy reputation with Seville natives, fitted out with the latest nightlife decor and technology.