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1. Virgin Coffee
One of the first cafes in Seville to bring specialty coffee to the city
As mentioned earlier, Virgin Coffee was one of the first cafes in Seville to be called a "specialty coffee shop".
There are usually several different beans to choose from. The barista can help you pick if you aren't sure which espresso to go with.
You'll find all the popular specialty coffee drinks here; flat white, iced americano, cappuccino, V60, aeropress, nitro cold brew. The prices also can't be beat. €2.10 for a flat white and €1.40 for an americano...to give you an idea.
If they have a few treats, grab one as they are the best quality. There is also a pastry shop just next door, Proust, if you want a few baked goods to go with your morning coffee.
This Seville cafe is to-go only as the space is tiny...which is fine as it's right next to a popular tourist site, the Setas de Sevilla. So grab your coffee and wander around the crazy mushroom shaped structure.
One of the best cafes in Seville for acai bowls, croissant sandwiches, juices, and other light bites
Jester is one of my favorite cafes in Seville for a morning or afternoon snack with a great coffee. The food here is fantastic and the coffee is wonderful as well.
You can stay healthy and order a beautifully presented acai bowl or a fresh juice or smoothie. Go savory and try one of their croissant sandwiches. The one with eggs, cream cheese, and avocado is my go to. You'll also find three layered cakes, pastries, cookies, yogurt bowls, empanadas, sandwiches, and more.
The coffee menu is extensive. You'll find a selection of lattes including matcha, chai, and turmeric. Choose from several iced coffee drinks liked an iced mocha or Vietnamese coffee. I usually stick with my americano or flat white and am always happy with the quality.
It's patio seating only and it's usually full. I try to go around opening time at 8:30 am or closer to when they close, at 2:00 pm, in order to bypass the crowds.
Stop here before or after your visit to the Alcazar Palace. Jester is located right next to the Murilla Gardens (gardens surrounding the palace) and a 7-minute walk from the Alcazar palace.
3. Utopia Cafe
One of the best Seville cafes for a shopping break in the heart of the tourist zone
Utopia Cafe is located in the heart of the shopping zone, close to Zara, H&M, Mango, Massimo Dutti, and other popular European brands.
Similar to Virgin Coffee, the space is tiny and for to-go only.
During the summer months Utopia Cafe offers a full menu of iced drinks with the option to "American size" it with "extra grande" and "super size" options. I can't help but laugh.
Unlike most coffee shops in Seville, and Europe for that matter, you'll find flavored coffee drinks like a vanilla latte, caramel latte, and white mocha.
The cold brew and iced americano is excellent. You can tell the beans used are high quality.
4. Parceria Cafe
One of the best cafes in Seville for organic, vegan, and vegetarian food items, an assortment of toasts, and an extensive coffee (and non-coffee) menu
Parceria Cafe is another wonderful specialty coffee shop in Seville, Spain. You won't be disappointed with the wide variety of coffee (and non-coffee) drinks here.
Turmeric latte, V60, Kalita, aeropress, filter coffee made with the guest roaster of the day, iced matcha, espresso tonic, cold brew, flat white, and 15 plus organic teas to choose from...your options aren't lacking here. Oat milk is offered as a milk alternative.
Food items include waffles, smoothies, yogurt bowls, an assortment of toasts (try the tahini, walnut, banana, and pistachio on fig bread).
The space is small, though there are a few tables and chairs both inside and on the sidewalk. Parceria Cafe is a laptop free Seville cafe, so be mindful of that.
The servers are extremely friendly and the latte art is on point.
5. El Viajero Sedentario
One of the best Seville cafes for a local crowd, WiFi, and cakes
I happened upon El Viajero Sedentario when wandering just outside the tourist zone. This little Seville cafe immediately won my heart. Not only is the vibe homey and cozy, the theme is coffee and books! You can browse the books while you are there or buy one to take home.
The cakes here are delicious...especially the carrot cake. The coffee menu is simple, but the quality is great. Stick with a simple americano or cappuccino.
If you're looking for a more local crowd, this should be one of the first cafes in Seville you stop at. You'll find locals working remotely, chatting with friends, reading a book...I could tell this place sees a lot of repeat customers.
Other perks include low prices, WiFi, and long hours (9:30 am to 12:30 am). Beer, wine, and cocktails are also available.
I hope this list of my favorite coffee shops and cafes in Seville helps in your search for a quality coffee while wandering the city. These are the spots I consistently find myself visiting and they never disappoint!
Seville Hotel Recommendations:
- Hotel Alfonso XIII, a Luxury Collection Hotel (Marriott)
- Hotel Casa 1800
- Hotel Casa del Poeta
- Gran Melia Colón
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TOP 5 COFFEE SHOPS AND CAFES IN SEVILLE, SPAIN
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