Seville: Tastes, Tapas, and Traditions Food Tour
- Taste the world's best Iberian ham and meet a master slicer
- Visit the incredible Encarnacion Market
- Learn how to do tapas like a local at a traditional Andalusian restaurant
- Enjoy Seville’s best churros at a traditional bar
- Discover hidden squares and an incredible history most visitors miss
Next up, it’s time for a tasty breakfast treat. Wind your way to a bar that’s over 100 years old, serving Seville’s best deep fried churros. Continue through the historic Alfalfa neighborhood where your expert guide will provide insider information on some of the city’s biggest cultural events.
Next is a stop at a local baker, something many visitors miss simply because they don’t know it exists. Then, head to a local bar that also serves as an unofficial museum for all things related to Seville’s famous holy week. Here, you’ll taste two variations of small sandwiches, known as montaditos.
On the way to your next food stop, you’ll see some of Seville’s must-see sights before arriving at a takeaway shop specializing in freshly fried food. Here you can taste the most popular food at Seville’s April Fair: Fried dogfish paired with a refreshing glass of Spanish white wine
The next stop is at one of the city’s most beloved family-run tapas bars where you’ll fall in love with its traditional feel and home-cooked food. Round off a morning of eating with an unforgettable dessert, the best way to end the culinary crawl through Seville.
- Sample at least 8 delicious foods (enough for lunch)
- Coffee and wine
- Seville guide with lots of recommendations and eating tips
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
Prepare for the activity
- Metropol Parasol at the Tabacos stand on the corner of Calle Imagen and Plz. de la Encarnacion Street - Please note that this is the Las Setas de Sevilla museum, not next to Seville Cathedral - Your guide will be waiting with a Devour Seville signOpen in Google Maps ⟶
- Comfortable shoes
• Due to the dishes being sampled, this tour is not recommended for those with those with a lactose intolerance, celiac disease, or vegans