Museo del Baile Flamenco
The brainchild of sevillana flamenco dancer Cristina Hoyos, this museum spread over three floors of an 18th-century palace makes a...
Calle Pérez Galdós, off Plaza de la Alfalfa, is frequented for its hole-in-the-wall places including the ’80s-themed La Rebótica , with...
Horno de San Buenaventura
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El Garlochi information
Dedicated entirely to the iconography, smells and sounds of Semana Santa, the ubercamp El Garlochi is a true marvel. A cloud of church incense hits you as you go up the stairs, and the faces of baby Jesus and the Virgin welcome you into the velvet-walled bar, decked out with more Virgins and Jesuses.
Taste the rather revolting sounding cocktails Sangre de Cristo (Blood of Christ) and Agua de Sevilla, both heavily laced with vodka, whisky and grenadine, and pray they open more bars like this.