Museo del Baile Flamenco
The brainchild of sevillano flamenco dancer Cristina Hoyos, this museum spread over three floors of an 18th-century palace makes a...
Dedicated entirely to the iconography, smells and sounds of Semana Santa, the ultracamp El Garlochi is a true marvel. Taste the rather...
Horno de San Buenaventura
The second (inferior) branch of Seville's well-known bakery and cafe overlooks one of the city's liveliest central squares.
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Bar Alfalfa information
It’s amazing how many people, hams, wine bottles and knick-knacks you can stuff into such a small space. No matter, order through the window when the going gets crowded. You won’t forget the tomato-tinged magnificence of the Italy-meets-Iberia salmorejo bruschetta.