1. Spain
  2. Andalusia
  3. Seville
  4. Triana Neighborhood

Seville: Triana, Encarnación & Feria Market Food Tour

Product ID: 145392
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Unlock the secrets of Andalusian gastronomy with a local guide by your side on a foodie journey through Seville hunting down the finest produce that the region has to offer.
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Duration: 4 hours
Starting time 10:00 AM
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Experience

Highlights
  • Visit three of the most popular and vibrant markets in Seville
  • Taste the best of Andalusian produce
  • Grab some authentic foodie souvenirs from friendly stall owners
  • Explore three different neighbourhoods of Sevilla and see some of the most beautiful and iconic sites
Full description
Markets are at their best in the morning when the produce is fresh and abundant. So your tour begins bright and early at one of the most beautiful and active local food markets, in the charming Triana district. See what the locals are buying for dinner, with a huge variety of products and fresh produce on offer. Be introduced to one of the most famous gourmet products in Spain, melt-in-the-mouth Iberian ham or cheese for vegetarians, with a glass of wine, sherry, or a soft drink to wash it down. Talk about the process of obtaining this remarkable cured meat. Then enjoy the aromas and flavors of some different olive varieties, marinated in typical Spanish dressings.

After this heavenly tasting experience, cross the Guadalquivir River over the bridge of Triana and enjoy one of the most spectacular views of Seville. The next stop is the Encarnacion market, located inside the biggest wooden structure in the world, which the locals affectionately refer to as the mushrooms. This market is a much more modern affair with a rich assortment of fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, and fish stands. As you wander stop to try a snack such as a montadito (little sandwich) with a drink of your choice. Your scenic stroll will take you through Regina Street, one of the best areas by in-the-know locals and tourists for secondhand boutiques and cultural cafes.

Arrive at the Mercado de la Feria, one of the oldest in town, dating all the way back to 1719. Admire the architecture, the atmosphere, and the produce on offer, which is consistently high quality and reasonably priced. Stop to enjoy a delicious tapa of fried fish and glass of something to refresh you. If you are lucky enough to book this tour on a Thursday, you will also be able to visit the oldest flea market in the city located at the same address as the Mercado. 
Includes
  • English-speaking lock guide
  • Iberian ham and olive tasting
  • Spanish sandwich (montadito)
  • Fried fish tapa (alternative dishes available)
  • Three drinks of your choice

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Meeting point

Capillita del Carmen en Puente de Triana. Cross the river from Seville to Triana via Puente de Isabel II. The meeting point is in the small chapel with the colourful tower next to the Puente de Triana bridge.

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What to bring
  • Comfortable shoes
Know before you go
• We would encourage you to wear comfy shoes or trainers
• We can accommodate vegetarians and other dietary restrictions. Please notify us in advance if you have any dietary requests
• There are many options in every stop to change the original plan just in case but local markets are open every day with the exceptions of the block out dates
• This is a child-friendly tour. Children between the ages of 6 and 11 inclusively are permitted on this tour at the rate listed above. Children under the age of 6 are permitted to join this tour free of charge. Please inform us at the time of booking if you’ll be bringing a child under the age of 6

From US$ 101.97 per person

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Product ID: 145392