Nights out next to the Guadalquivir River

Nights out next to the Guadalquivir River

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To say that it is very hot in Seville in the month of July is something that nobody considers strange, not only is it on the TV news programmes but jt has become very popular in one of the Andalusian capitals par excellence. However, although it may surprise people, the heat in Seville is no impediment to visiting thoroughly the city, and in particular, visiting the unknown part which for the tourist is perfect in the summer.

Either a romantic getaway to Seville or a 5 or 6 day trip visiting the essentials such as Seville Cathedral, the popular Giralda or the Reales Alcazares should not be missed. The best? All these jewels are just a stroll away and in the heart of Seville. Petit Palace has various hotels such as the Petit Palace Santa Cruz located in the most beautiful district of the city and perfectly connected with the most relevant places situated there.

How do you beat the heat of the harsh summer nights in Seville? Without a doubt, you should definitely decide on the plan that never fails and is on everybody’s list, the leisurely walks and cold beers beside the Guadalquivir river.

Although near to the famous Torre del Oro there are various terraces where you can enjoy the typical cold beers of Seville, ideally you should cross the river and get to know the authentic Seville nightlife. This shines brilliantly, more than ever in the summer, in the popular Triana district. Here the bars for tapas and cold beers abound, however, the best area is that which finishes in Betis street.

In this long street it is not only a fact that the temperature goes down a few degrees, but this area is famous for its night life, the pescaito frito recently fished in the bays of Huelva and Cadiz and the fried squid………all accompanied by a below zero beer and a visit to the otherside of Seville, are really spectacular.

The night of cold beers on the banks of the Guadalquivir should also include a visit to bars as authentic and exquisite as the El Faro or the Primera del Puente, famous in the whole world for their turkeys and home made croquettes.

Perhaps after the tapas you feel like sitting on an upmarket terrace where you can try gourmet beer made in Seville? How about trying one of the excellent restaurants such as Abades Triana. A unique place to live the nightlife in Seville, with the Torre de Oro, the Guadalquivir and the magic Puente de Triana, in the background. A perfect plan for a city full of unique secrets and very refreshing, (and yes, also in summer).

If you are thinking about a getaway to Seville this summer and you want to visit top places for your summer nights, we recommend the Petit Palace Santa Ana, a unique, well situated hotel for those who want to discover the city.

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