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...
Has a friendly atmosphere, plenty of excursions and a reputation for good teaching.
Centro de Interpretación Judería de Sevilla
A reinterpretation of Seville's weighty Jewish history has been long overdue and what better place to start than in the city's former...
Baños Árabes Tetería
Seville's no Granada when it comes to exotically infused teahouses, but exceptions should be made for this cushioned comfort zone...
The ultimate student tapas haunt (read: cheap), crowded Levíes is actually two bars in one, serving a mixture of raciones (large tapas...
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Lonely Planet review
Jumping on the hammam bandwagon, Seville wins prizes for tranquil atmosphere, historic setting (in the Barrio de Santa Cruz), and Moroccan riad–style decor – living proof that those Moors knew a thing or two about how to relax. For an excellent post-bath pick-me-up, hit the on-site tetería (teahouse) for a silver pot of mint tea.