Triana, Sevilla
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  • Seville: Exclusive River Boat Tour with Tapas

    1. Seville: Exclusive River Boat Tour with Tapas

    Board a boat in central Seville and embark on a 1-hour cruise along the Guadalquivir River. First, discover the newest part of the city around the area of La Cartuja Island. Listen to informative live commentary from the captain such as about the 1992 Universal Exhibition Expo which was held to commemorate the 500 year anniversary of the discovery of America. Then, continue along the river through the historic center, passing under one of the oldest iron bridges in Europe - the Isabel Bridge II (popularly known as Triana Bridge). During the course of navigation, see more famous landmarks such as the Plaza de Toros de La Maestranza, Torre del Oro, Palacio de San Telmo, and many more. Finally, pass by impressive buildings from the 1929 Ibero-American exhibition where the great architect Haníbal Gonzalez designed the great Plaza de España. As you soak up the view of the city, savor a sele...

    We had a fantastic boat trip down the Guadalquivir giving you a very different view of Seville and Triana. Our guide was really knowledgable and friendly, and despite not being fluent in English he tried very hard to explain every detail to us in English (assuming it’s my fault for booking a Spanish speaking tour). Really would recommend as it’s a fantastic evening activity and the sunset views are just spectacular.

  • Seville: Triana Tapas and Flamenco Experience

    2. Seville: Triana Tapas and Flamenco Experience

    For your walking tour in Seville, you will meet your guide at Calle Betis, at which point you will be introduced to the history of the neighborhood. With your guide, you will have the opportunity to walk through the old town center, a birthplace of flamenco and home to the pottery and tile industries. You will taste the best tapas offered by each place, accompanied by the appropriate drinks. Enjoy the charming old taverns decorated in colored dots, and experience the best of traditional Sevillian dishes such as pescaito frito, caldereta, carne en salsa, and papas con mojo picón. The ritual of "tapear" is one of the most important traditions of southern Spain. It involves people enjoying different foods in different places, and is a must-do experience while in this region. Your guided tapas tour includes 4 tapas and 3 drinks, and after the tapas route, you will sit down for a live flame...

    Really great time, great flamenco show, really informative guide, WONDERFUL food!

  • Seville: Spanish Cooking Class with Dinner

    3. Seville: Spanish Cooking Class with Dinner

    Get a better understanding of the culinary wealth of Seville and Spain at a 3-hour cooking class with dinner. Benefit from the services of a professional chef who will teach you how to cook traditional dishes like an expert. Designed for novice cooks and the more experienced, the lesson takes place at a cooking school inside Triana Market. Prepare a salmorejo (chilled tomato soup) or gazpacho starter, along with typical tapas such as spinach with chickpeas, huevos a la flamenca and Spanish omelet. Make an authentic paella for your main course and a light dessert of lemon sorbet with Cava to indulge your sweet tooth. Sangria will be served during the lesson as you get to know the rest of the group. Sit down to enjoy the fruits of your labor with two additional drinks.

    3-course meal prepared with fresh ingredients. Attentive chef and staff and all recipes sent by email. Worth doing at least once.

  • Seville: Tapas Tour Across the River in Triana

    4. Seville: Tapas Tour Across the River in Triana

    For many visitors to Seville, going out for tapas is the quintessential Spanish experience. On this 3.5 - 4-hour tour you will be taken to the best local bodegas and tapas bars where you can try the best tapas. From the most traditional tapas to tapas with a modern twist, all the places will leave you asking for more. And of course it makes perfect sense to accompany all this tapas with a good glass of wine. The tour guide will help you discover the aromas and flavors of the best wines to go with the mouth-watering Spanish cuisine. There are several routes to choose from: • Triana Route: According to many residents of the Triana neighborhood, crossing to this side of the river is like entering another city. This neighborhood is famous for being one of the birthplaces of flamenco and many of Seville's great bullfighters. Here you will find countless bars and taverns where you can sample...

    Juan was spectacular! He showed us a number of great tapas dishes and shared knowledge of the local culture. We would highly recommend this tour for anyone visiting Seville.

  • Seville: 3-Hour Guided Tapas Tour in the Triana Neighborhood

    5. Seville: 3-Hour Guided Tapas Tour in the Triana Neighborhood

    Meet your guide at the meeting point where they will introduce you to the history of the neighborhood. With your guide, you will have the chance to walk through the old town center of Triana, one of the birthplaces of flamenco with a large tradition in the pottery and tile industry. The first settlements date back to the Muslim period. In the past, it was an independent center from the city, in fact, residents of Triana have traditionally been called Trianeros; they identify strongly with the district and consider it different in character from the rest of Seville. After a short walk through the old center of Triana, experience the best of traditional Sevillian dishes such as pescaito frito, caldereta, carne en salsa, and papas con mojo picón. Bars in Seville are not just a place to eat and drink but instead a meeting point, where people enjoy chatting and spending their time together. ...

  • Seville: Andalusian Tapas Class

    6. Seville: Andalusian Tapas Class

    This hands-on Andalusian cooking class will include the preparation of 4 traditional tapas, followed at the end by a local dessert wine.  Classes are taught by a professionally trained chef in English. The ingredients used are fresh and seasonal since the school is located inside the Triana food market. During the class, guests have the chance to get involved in the preparation of the dishes, guided by the expert cook. Classes are designed for both novice and experienced cooks that will be able to learn and develop new techniques and skills. The menu you cook will consist of 4 tapas from the following list, depending on the season: • Salmorejo or Gazpacho • Spanish omelet   • Spinach on garlic toast • Huevos a la Flamenca • Iberian pork cheeks stew • Codfish in batter or codfish croquettes • Shrimps in garlic oil All ingredients or utensils are provided by the school. Sangria and table...

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What people are saying about Triana, Sevilla

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 75 reviews

Christina was a fabulous guide. She knew the history, customs and culture. The flamenco show was great, and our guide was gracious and considerate in the tapas. This was our final night in Sevilla so we had seen most of the sights. But she showed us a region new to us which was historic and beautiful. Christina was very protective of us, directing traffic and advising us along the way. She couldn’t have been a better expert with tips on venues for our next destination as well as I formation we inquired about on local talent.

We had a fantastic boat trip down the Guadalquivir giving you a very different view of Seville and Triana. Our guide was really knowledgable and friendly, and despite not being fluent in English he tried very hard to explain every detail to us in English (assuming it’s my fault for booking a Spanish speaking tour). Really would recommend as it’s a fantastic evening activity and the sunset views are just spectacular.

We loved the experience. The guide told us very cool stories that put us fully into the environment of navigation. He even left the helm to our young son to captain the ship himself. The tapas consisted of a place of Iberian ham, olives and chips, accompanied by a soft drink or beer of your choice.

A very relaxing experience with wonderful views. An activity different from the usual way of visiting the city. Simply lovely. Also very good treatment and quite comfortable everything.

3-course meal prepared with fresh ingredients. Attentive chef and staff and all recipes sent by email. Worth doing at least once.