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Night Life Recommendations

Fresher’s week dear students is always the best in Sevilla. Being an exchange student and meet groups of friends while sharing accommodation; /rooms is an amazing experience. Nightlife is generally fun and vibrant in Sevilla. Alcohol are pretty strong here so DON’T TRIP ON IT. Drinks here are pretty deceiving with their sweet taste ; HOP, HOP and 3 you find yourself amazed by every little thing around you which pretty much confirms your drunk state. LOL!! Beware of Sevillas’ Tricks, they come in handy. Nightlife here is promiscuous, and there’s something for everyone each night. It is fun to be able to discover this beautiful city by night as not only as a student but a tourist. Sevilla possessed a great amount of bars and clubs that enlightens the streets with its animated people.

Many clubs accept reservations, which means there’s no available seating on busy nights. It’s best to be confident (but not aggressive) about getting in. Grab some friends, encounter new faces and have a wild night.

One last thing; When going out in a foreign country with a different language, it is always fun to know few expressions that can attract other people but also get you to the right direction while conversing :

I want, I don’t want – Yo quiero, yo no quiero (yoh kee ayr oh, yoh noh kee ayr oh)

I would like (more polite) – Me gustaría (may goo stah ree ah)

Where is – ¿Dónde está? (dohn des tah)

How much does it cost – ¿Cuánto cuesta? (cwahn toh cways tah)?

What time is it? – ¿Qué hora es? (kay orah ess)?

Do you have? – ¿Tiene? (tee ayn ay)?

I have, I don’t have – Yo tengo, yo no tengo (yoh tayn goh, yoh noh tayn goh)

I understand, I don’t understand – Yo entiendo, yo no entiendo (yoh ayn tee ayn doh, yoh noh ayn tee ayn doh)

Do you understand? – ¿Entiende? (ayn tee ayn day)?