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Going Out at Night in Sevilla
If you like going out at night Sevilla is the perfect place to be. It is said about the people in Sevilla that they spend more time in the streets and the local bars than in their homes. Sevilla is also full of different types of establishments, which make it possible for everybody to find something they like. You can find everything from typical Spanish tapa bars to disco clubs in the more than 1000 bars and restaurants registered in Sevilla.
Spanish nightlife in general starts very late no matter if you are going out for dinner or for 'fiesta' - bars normally don't get busy until after 24.00.
Bars and Discos
Although the town of Sevilla is full of bars in every single street the nightlife is still divided in different zones. The district of Santa Cruz can be are recommended for the first drink of the night. This area has a traditional Spanish atmosphere with a lot tapa bars and smaller establishments. Many of the bars in Santa Cruz close pretty early (for Spanish standards) at around midnight.
Another popular zone especially during the summer is La Triana along the river. Here you can find numerous open-air bars and terraces overlooking the river. There are also many discotheques open all night in this zone. Along the river you can also find the more fashionable and trendy bars and discos in the territory of EXPO '92.
The park of Maria Luisa is an active zone for going out at night. The old pavilions used for the Iberian-Latin American Exposition of 1929 are today converted into dance and tecno bars where the party goes on until the early morning.
In the area around the Iglesia del Salvador you can find Spanish youngsters every Thursdays to Saturday practising the classic "botellon" (people meet and buy drinks, ice and cups in the nearby shops and then drinks and chats in the square).