20 agosto, 2018
If you visit Seville and Triana without going to “Casa Anselma”, you would be losing an important piece of folklore of the city. Definitely, it is one of the most popular bars in Seville, where dancing “sevillanas”, listening to live flamenco and tasting tapas are the most common activities. Anselma is the owner of this establishment, and she often dances “sevillanas” in the flamenco party.
This bar opens from 24:00h until 3:00h. It is especially recommended for the tribute that every night before closing will make to the “Virgen de la Paloma”, while singing a special religious song: “la Salve Rociera”.
Location: Calle Pagés del Corro, 49 (Triana), Seville