Tablao El Arenal
King Alfonso X 'the Wise' commissioned the Royal Shipyards in 1252. In all, 17 naves or bays were built on what were then the sandy...
Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza
In the world of bullfighting Seville’s bullring is the Old Trafford and Camp Nou of bullfighting. In other words, if you’re selected to...
Hospital de la Caridad
The Hospital de la Caridad, a block east of the river, is an art gallery that was once a hospice for the elderly, which was founded by...
Founded in 1850, not much has changed in this defiantly old-world bar, with charming anachronisms wherever you look. Towering clay...
Mesón de la Infanta
If you like your tapas with a touch of class and a glass of cool sherry, indulge in innovative, well-presented dishes at this sevillano ...
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Of the three places in Seville that offer flamenco dinner shows this – ask any local – is the best. A smaller seating capacity (100 compared to 600 at the Palacio Andaluz) offers greater intimacy, although, as a big venue, it still lacks the grit and – invariably – duende (flamenco spirit) of the peñas (small flamenco clubs).