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Territorios Sevilla Essentials

The team behind the Territorios Sevilla Festival tells My Vueling City about some of the most modern venues with the greatest tradition in the cityso that visitors from afar can leave Seville with lingering memories. This route includes some of the best options for transforming the festival into a non-stop 48 hours in Seville.

Food and Tapas

Sol y Sombra (151 Calle de Castilla). Immerse yourself in tradition at this cosy place with typical Andalusian tapas at excellent prices and very close to the festival. The bull-fighting atmosphere runs deep in this traditional district of Triana.

La Bulla (28 Calle Dos de Mayo). At the heart of Seville, only 150 metres from the Torre del Oro, the Cathedral and the Maestranza Bullring, La Bulla is the perfect place to discover and enjoy the best gastronomy in the city.

Pura Tasca (5 Calle Numancia). Good tapas and great taste in the Triana district at a place with a 1970s theme.

Traditional Seville

Casa Vizcaíno (27 Calle Feria). A legendary wine bar if ever there was one. The carpet of peanut shells on the floor confirms this place as one of the most traditional bars in the Andalusian capital that simply must be seen. It is perfect for tapas and wine on Thursdays when a second-hand market is organised. This is the most bizarre, authentic and oldest such market in the city as it has been held all the way back to the 13th Century.

El Mariano (3 Plaza del Pumarejo). Great for a lunchtime beer washed down with their emblematic tapas dish of the season: snails.

Popular Places

Enjoy an afternoon coffee (or something stronger!) in the city centre on the Alameda at Central (64 Alameda de Hércules), Habanilla (63 Alameda de Hércules), El Corral de Esquivel (39 Alameda de Hércules) or Café República (27 Plaza de la Alameda de Hércules).

Unmissable and Underground

Corralones de Castellar

The place also offers somewhere to have a drink and mingle with the Bohemian culture scene in Seville.

Shopping & Culture

SohoBenita is an initiative from the businesses on Calle Pérez Galdós, Calle Santillana, Calle Ortiz de Zúñiga and Calle Don Alonso el Sabio, in the heart of Seville, where visitors will find shops, hotels, places to eat, tapas bars, galleries, etc.

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