Escape the honey-pots and tourist-traps to discover the very best tapas Seville has to offer, as we take you to the local haunts of the residents, and some of their favourite hidden gems.
Your guide will meet you in the square of Alameda de Hercules, which is located in Triana, a bohemian, alternative area of Seville known for its excellent tapas bars.
Your guide, who will be a local of the area, will provide you with a brief overview of the history of the area, before leading you on a tour of the most authentic, traditional tapas bars and some buzzing local bodegas. On this unforgettable 3-hour tour, you will see the best tapas bars that only the locals know about. From the most traditional tapas to tapas with a more modern twist, all the places will leave you wanting more! And of course, it makes perfect sense to accompany all these tapas with a good glass of wine. The tour guide will help you discover the aromas and flavours of wines that go well with this Andalusian cuisine.
First, we will meet in one of the liveliest parts of Seville, Alameda, and from here, we will explore the area and after a short introduction of the history of the district we will arrive at the first tapas spot. After this, we will meander through the streets and see a variety of different tapas places, from a loud and lively stand-up tavern to a tranquil, formal sit-down restaurant.
At each of the tapas bars, you will have a drink and a choice of one plate to share– which means that if you are in a group with a few people, you will get to try a dozen different dishes! After this, we will return back to the meeting point.
You will be able to try some of the following (we will try our best to accommodate any dietary requirements!):
Cigar, Pork Ribs, Mushroom Cake, Salmorejo, Fried Eggplants with Honey, Goat Cheese in oven, Croquetas, Squid, Solomillo with Goat Cheese, Carrilladas, Capirotes de Langostinos, Gazon (Special Fish from Southern Spain), Paella, Montadito, Tocino del Cielo – the order and selection can change depending on availability.
Dessert options could include but are not limited to: Palmerita de Chocolate, Tocino de Cielo, Coffee or Ice Cream.
Gain real insight into life in Seville, as you visit carefully selected bodegas and tapas bars
Explore the colourful and richly cultured Bohemian quarter of Sevilla
Learn the customs of the local people, how they eat, drink socialise and what makes them tick
A traveler since the age of 16. After a motorcycling trip in West Africa, I returned home to Seville, Spain with a new perspective on the importance of travel for both locals and visitors. Taking a closer look at Seville, I realised that the city I knew and loved was not the same one being packaged to unknowing travellers. The culture that made Seville so special to me was completely inaccessible to tourists. I was determined to find a way to give fellow travellers an authentic experience of Seville and Andalusia. A way to be invited into the culture as a close friend and not just a tourist.
Sunday 2nd June, 2019
My husband and I did the tapas tour around Seville/Triana, and it was wonderful. It was truly our favorite part of our trip. We had an amazing tour guide! He showed us all the local restaurants. He did a great job explaining the different tapas and l...
My husband and I did the tapas tour around Seville/Triana, and it was wonderful. It was truly our favorite part of our trip. We had an amazing tour guide! He showed us all the local restaurants. He did a great job explaining the different tapas and local history. I would highly recommend this tour!Read more
You’ll meet your guide in front of the building at Alameda de Hercules 15 at either 12:30 or 8pm.
The location of the tapas bars will remain secret…