From the tapas bar everyone is buzzing about to the top choice for a true south-of-Spain flamenco experience, the best way to enjoy the charismatic capital of Andalusia is to learn the secret spots where Sevillanos flock to. These insider tips from our Destination Specialists will immerse you in the local culture and give you a taste of the true soul of Spain.


Calle Francos, 9


From hand-painted ceramics with animal motifs to lavishly soft leather bags, María López has expertly curated her narrow space near Plaza de San Francisco to offer a contemporary-minded shop that features local artists. Wabi Sabi, which in Japanese means “the beauty of the imperfect,” is an eccentric boutique with a fascinating mix of art and interior design.


Plaza de Santa Cruz, 11


The award-winning and internationally recognized Los Gallos Tablao Flamenco has been putting
on outstanding shows since 1966. The Spanish art of flamenco, which combines guitar playing, song and
dance, is also filled with exceptional pageantry, flair and passion. For a gold-standard flamenco show, this Seville institution tops the list of locals’ favorites and offers a night to remember.


Calle Zaragoza, 5


This modest restaurant creates seasonal dishes that turn old favorites into exquisite tapas. If you’re looking for a casual spot that focuses on delicious local cuisine, La Azotea offers a frequently changing menu and a well-curated regional wine list, plus four locations. You can also visit this Sevillano hot spot on Calle Jesús del Gran Poder, Calle Conde Barajas and Calle Mateos Gago.

Viva España! We hope to see you in Spain this spring!

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