From here, many people proceed to the other avenues of celebration available in Seville: los bares de copas (a normal bar), a flamenco bar, or much later a disco.
Regardless of where they go after tapas, Sevillians tend to move around a lot throughout the night. People usually only stop for a couple of drinks in any given place before heading back out on la marcha, the walk from bar to bar in search of the best time.
El Arenal, Calle Betis, and La Alameda de Hercules are three of the key zones for tapas and nightlife. All are located centrally and within 20 minutes walking distance between them.
Seville also boasts a number of Irish, English, and Scottish type pubs, a lively gay and lesbian scene, and a variety of live music venues.