Join this tour for a true Seville tapas crawl through one of the city’s most authentic neighborhoods, Triana. Led by a passionate foodie, you will visit the most authentic gems in the famous Triana neighborhood, and pop in and out of the busy bars just like the locals do. By the end of the evening you will know exactly how to do tapas like a local and have tasted some of Seville’s best specialty tapas and drinks. You will also explore the fascinating neighborhood known as Triana– the birthplace of flamenco, home to Seville’s traditional ceramic workshops, and site of the city’s oldest church!
Start your evening on the banks of the Guadalquivir River with a crash course in Sevillian history. Then, it’s across the iconic Isabel II Bridge to your first tapas stop, a family-run gourmet grocer famous for its sherry wines served straight from the barrel with a flamenco flair. On the way to your second tapas stop, you’ll wind through Triana’s cobblestone backstreets making two special stops along the way – at an emblematic church and a tiny chapel.
Then, it’s time for a treat the locals love, fresh shrimp and ice-cold beer! Just on the other side of Triana’s main pedestrian street is the third tapas bar, serving up the city’s best pork sirloin and tasty grilled mushrooms. Wash it all down with sangria or a glass of local wine. As you keep on exploring the hidden backstreets of Triana, learn about the neighborhood’s centuries-old ceramics tradition and catch a glimpse of the best ceramic shops in town. Finally, polish off the evening at a local bar run by a second-generation Triana family, specializing in local cuisine and a favorite among bullfighters and flamenco dancers.
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On the corner of Puente de Isabel II and Calle Arjona, next to the Los Especiales churros stand. Your guide will be waiting with a Devour Seville sign.