An atmospheric and versatile venue located in a converted coal yard that organizes exhibitions of paintings, poetry recitals, ... More
An atmospheric and versatile venue located in a converted coal yard that organizes exhibitions of paintings, poetry recitals, concerts and live flamenco performances. It's divided into three sections. There's a cozy bar set around a huge open fire. There's a typical Andalusian patio, and there's a large open bar area with trestle tables and benches that has a small stage where you can see and hear flamenco. It's popular with foreigners and bohemian Spaniards. You have to wander around the narrow old streets of the Santa Cruz district for a while before you find it hidden away in an alley. The bars serve a wide range of beers, wines and spirits. You can order tapas or try the specialty grilled meats. There is a regular calendar of shows, exhibitions, and singing and dancing classes.
Just a red door - no signs or garish lights - just a red door down Calla Levies. By the way, the Levies tapas bar at the entrance to Calla Levies takes some beating. The bar/club is so relaxed and filled with folk that just want to enjoy the flamenco culture, it overwhelmed me. The young people mesmerised by the traditional music and dance. Well worth finding in Santa Cruz
La Carbonería is one of my favorite places in Seville. My friend and I hung out at this place every night for the free flamenco shows. Truly a must-see if you are in Seville. This place has great performers!
What a wonderful place! Atmosphere, culture, live entertainment and no cover charge. Starts to wake up around 10pm and hums until the wee hours. It�s difficult to find but well worth the effort, look for the big red door.
Probally one of the most beautiful bars in the world with an authentic Spanish feel. Sit by the fire sipping on wine or listen to live flamenco outside as strange lizards climb the ivy covered walls. Try to avoid on weekends if possible to miss the all international crowd
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