When one thinks of Seville’s nightlife, they often think madness, but in a good way. For those who visit the city, it’s common to begin with a beer of two and maybe a tapas at one of Seville’s best bars, then head out to a “bar de Copas” as the night progresses.
If you’re wanting to mingle with the younger crowd, then you don’t have to go far as the streets of Seville are always on call for a “botellon” type party where people mix and socialize with their own liquor, mixers, ice and plastic cups. It’s not going to cost you much and you are guaranteed a memorable night out.
If you are wanting to hit a dancefloor, most nightclubs in Seville are open until the sun comes up, or when the last person leaves the nightclub, which can sometimes happen as early as 6am. Discoteca Boss is a great place to show off some moves, as is La Carboneria, Catedral Club, Giralda and El Patio Sevillano.