Where to go out
Without any doubts, in Seville there are different areas that you can go out and enjoy the nightlife:
Triana Area, Calle Betis
The street Betis offers many bars, small clubs and tapas bars where you can also find lots of Erasmus people. It is the place to start and have a nice time! Always a good place to start is BigBen. Lots of cheap drinks and full of young people. For only five you can have a card which you can use for 6 beers, wines or shots. You will love the music also!
Calle Betis, 54
Alfafa is the area in the Center from the Cathedral to the Metropol parasol. In this area you can find a lot of different tapas bars, pubs and night clubs. The bars in this area are a little bit more expensive but the atmosphere is very nice during the evening. The streets are full of people, music, lights and laughter. You can enjoy the old city of Seville, the architecture, narrow streets and a lot of different tapas.
Alameda de Hercules
The Alameda used to be the red light district of Seville, but in the past decade or so it has been gentrified and now it is a hip, a very cultural area, around a pedestrian huge square with lots of restaurants, bars hip shops etc. It is well located to the shopping district and only fifteen minutes from the monuments. In Alameda de Hercules you can also find a lot of alternative pubs, bars and discos. You can enjoy some jazz, rock, chill out, techno, whatever you like.
Nervion is the modern part of the city. There are some big shopping malls, more spacious night clubs such as Abril of Freeway. You can also go and see a movie in Plaza Nervion and also you can find more chinese and japanese restaurants in this area. The prices are a bit lower than in the old city of Seville! You can get in Nervion by metro and you have to get out in the metro station called Prado San Sebastian
O´neils Irish Pub
Capitol, Sevilla Center