The ideal time to visit this bar in all its glory is after a procession during the Easter Week.
A very traditional place.
If you visit Seville during Easter, you'll probably find that this bar is packed. This place is also full during other times of the year, but not so much as it is during Easter. Its decorated in a very rich and baroque style that's mixed with a touch of kitsch. It's certainly a peculiar bar and it's full of Bohemians and artists and if you're fan of the singer, Isabel Pantoja, you'll know that one of her songs is named after this bar. As part of its decoration, you'll see virgins, portraits of saints, religious figures; an altar with an angel full of flowers at the entrance, altarpieces and figures of Christ, etc. Don't leave without trying the 'sangre de Cristo' and the 'agua de Sevilla', which is a typical drink at the 'Garlochi', that's mixed with vodka, whisky and grenadine. Find it on the street named 'calle Boteros' which is in the heart of the city's historic centre.
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