There are two hugely popular festivities in Seville – the Holy Week and the April Fair. Perhaps it’s because of these traditions, or maybe it’s just the “color especial”, but I felt like Seville was overflowing with bachelorette parties. I can honestly tell you I saw about 40, in two days, which is something.
I said hi to fellow compatriots every 5 minutes and realised this is an awesome destination for a weekend out with your girlfriends. From the food to the monuments, to the bars and even to the spanish people themselves, it all goes down to this: Seville is a really good option for your bachelorette party. It’s not an expensive city and, truth be told, it’s really close-by.
These are a few of the spots that are really worth visiting. A night out (or a few) is something you can’t skip as a bachelorette, so remember the name Alameda de Hércules. Lots of bars, lively people and music. Another name to remember is La Terraza EME, the ideal place to start off your night.
Seville wasn’t the destination for my bachelorette party, but it really might have been.
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