Activities

Stay with us and don’t miss our activities

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El Museo del Baile Flamenco is a doorway that leads to the magical world of flamenco. It’s a unique experience where all the diverse facets of this art come together: Dance, song and the guitar, as much in the interactive museum as in the live shows.El Museo del Baile Flamenco has become the benchmark of quality flamenco in Seville. The place that tourists and locals alike choose when they go out to see flamenco.

You will be able to see the difference between masculine and feminine flamenco dance, both male and female dancer accompanied by exceptional musicians.

You can buy tickets from our reception, prices start at €14.

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Tapas

The neighbourhood of Triana has a wealth of bars and restaurants. We’ll show you where you can taste typical Andalusian food at an unbeatable price.

If you’d like to enjoy some authentic Sevillian cuisine come join us on the roof terrace for one of our weekly PAELLA NIGHTS, only €5 (paella + drink)!!

If you want to enjoy the best Sevillan cuisine join us for one of our PAELLA NIGHTS on the rooftop.

 
 
 
 
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FREE WALKING TOUR

Available everyday, sign up for the free guided tour of the city. The neighbourhood of Santa Cruz, the cathedral, Plaza de España… Everything you need to know about Seville.

BICYCLE HIRE

We will rent you bikes for only €5 for the whole day. That way you won’t miss any of the lesser known secrets and tales that the city and the Guadalquivir have to tell.

Night Life

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Pubcrawl!
Every night participate to our Pubcrawl with people from 7 hostels!

NIGHTLIFE

Pubcrawl!

Every night you can take part in our pubcrawl for only €10( 3 shots, 3 bars and entrance to a club) The party starts on the roof terrace with a litre of sangria!

Free Sangria !

Twice a week enjoy our free sangria bar between 9pm and 10pm.

No he traducido “Museo del baile flamenco” porque “flamenco dance museum” no suena bien en inglés y cuando verifiqué la versión inglesa del sitio web también está escrito “Museo del baile flamenco”