Home to the magnificent UNESCO-listed Alhambra Palace, Granada is one of the great Andalucian cities, and it’s easy to visit on a day trip from nearby Seville. To help you find the perfect tour for you, here's a rundown of the options available.
Seville Opera (Sevilla de Opera)
Seville Opera (Sevilla de Opera) is a unique theater where you’ll find live, participatory performances that cross typical stylistic boundaries. Enjoy arias and scenes from some of the most famous operas set in Seville, such asCarmen and theMarriage of Figaro, and enjoy a bite to eat at this intimate, theater-in-the-round setting.
Calle Pastor y Landero, 8, Sevilla, 41001
Visit Seville Opera to see a show featuring pieces from several operas, all performed in a small theater where performers walk among the audience. Opt for a dinner-theater experience and enjoy a meal of Andalusian dishes like cured ham and traditional tapas. To secure seats, pre-book admission. The venue is located in the Arenal Market (Mercado del Arenal), so arrive early to explore this bustling marketplace full of cafés and food vendors.
Things to Know Before You Go
Music enthusiasts and visitors looking for a romantic night will enjoy this intimate performance.
Shows last about 2.5 hours, and one drink is included with each ticket.
Children under 12 may see the show for free (accompanied by an adult); these tickets do not include food or drink.
How to Get There
Find Seville Opera inside the Arenal Market, at Calle Pastor y Landero 8. Several bus lines stop at Paseo Cristóbal Colón, nearby. Alternatively, book a hop-on hop-off bus tour of the city and use it to reach the venue; most stop nearby.
When to Get There
Shows at Seville Opera take place every evening, and start times vary seasonally. Plan to arrive early to check in, find your seats, and enjoy your complimentary drink. The venue is busiest on weekends; tickets are easiest to secure during the winter months, when the city sees fewer visitors.
Art at the Hospital de los Venerables
About a 15-minute walk from Seville Opera, you’ll find one of Seville’s hidden gems: the Hospital de los Venerables. This carefully restored 17th century building and museum is home to a renowned collection of works from the Spanish Golden Age, including paintings by Diego Velázquez. The museum is only open a few hours a day, Thursday through Sunday, so plan ahead to see the art and architure at this standout spot.
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