Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo
Conjunto Monumental de la Cartuja
This historic but offbeat art gallery was once a monastery, then a ceramics factory, but today is home to the Centro Andaluz de Arte...
El Pabellon de la Navegación
This boxy modern pavilion on the banks of the Río Guadalquivir opened in 2012 and revived a previous navigation museum that lasted from...
Originally built as an observation tower for the 1992 Expo, the Torre Schindler was incorporated into El Pabellon de la Navegación ...
The bar of La Imperdible hosts varied music events from around 11pm Thursday to Saturday.
Antigua Abacería de San Lorenzo
A traditional combination of provisions store, deli, tapas bar and prepared-food takeaway in a cleverly restored 17th-century house.
Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo information
Since 1992, the former Cartuja monastery has become Seville’s shrine to modern art with temporary expos revolving around some truly bizarre permanent pieces. You can’t miss Alicia , by Cristina Lucas, a massive head and arm poking through two old monastery windows that was supposedly inspired by Alice in Wonderland; though you could be forgiven for walking obliviously past Pedro Mora’s Bus Stop which looks exactly like…a bus stop.