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I certainly can't disagree with the rest of the comments - the view is quite lovely.
Once up top you can walk the platform and enjoy the view from many different places.
There is a RESTROOM one level up from the floor where the elevator...More
After visiting the plaza and taking the elevator for a nice panoramic view of Seville, stop for a drink and nice atmosphere at El Balcon de las Setas. Elevator tickets are 3€ but that includes a 1€ discount for a drink at the cafe. Well...More
This is where you get your free drink when you visit the Metropol Parasol, we just had some water and orange juice. Has a nice view but wasn’t anything special otherwise. The orange juice which we had to pay more for was just from a...More
A small cafe only the locals seem to know about. Our Guide (via Kirker) to Seville took us there. As you can see their 'house special' is an extremely gloopy chocolate drink. Do give it a try.
And make sure to drink at the bar...More
Located near the top of Metropol Parasol, this small coffee shop has the best view in all of Seville.
When you buy a ticket you get a free drink - I enjoyed a free beer. I also had a slice of chocolate cake, which was...More
Best aspect is the view from this Marmite installation which has divided the residents of Seville.
Good coffee, let down by slow queue - one guy on his own. Muffin tasty but not long enough out of the freezer!
I read online you could get a free drink voucher with your entrance ticket but this is no longer the case. You just get a discount of 1 euro. It’s ridiculous. I would have rather preferred to pay less for the entrance fee and have...More
The setting is unusual, the bar staff were lovely, there are a limited number of chairs outside, but being December, it wasn't too busy, so we found seats easily. We just sat and drank our cervesas while listening to the flamenco drifting up from the...More