Feel the fierce passion for dance and savor the rich flavors of authentic Andalusian cooking on this fabulous 4-hour tour, which combines two of Southern Spain’s most beloved traditions: flamenco and tapas. Your knowledgeable Sevillian Sherpa will lead you on a journey to discover the true essence of Spanish culture, during an evening filled with music, wine and local cuisine.
The activity will begin with a nicewalk through the stunning Santa Cruz or the emblematic Triana neighborhood, with visits to hidden squares and alleys off the beaten tourist trail. Along the way, you will learn all about the city’s unique architecture and enjoy an aperitif while your local guide gives you an introduction to the history of flamenco. Next, you will relax in a comfortable seat at a local theatre and enjoy a wonderful flamenco show that is sure to leave you breathless. The night will continue with a classic Spanish activity, ir de tapas (or, “tapas-hopping”) between 4 traditional taverns. At each restaurant, you will taste a delicious house specialty paired with a regional wine, and learn typical recipes while socializing with locals. Don’t miss out on this unique cultural and culinary experience, guaranteed to leave you feeling like a real sevillano.
19:30 | Daily
English, Spanish, German
Up to 12 people
Paco is a Seville native, and as a typical southern Spaniard, he knows how to celebrate every new day and show others the famous hospitality of Andalusia. Paco left his native city to gain an international gastronomic experience while living and working in different cities around Europe. He returned to his hometown passionate about the wine and food traditions determined to pursue the art of “tapas”. Paco will give you an inside look at the ancient wine and culinary traditions of historical Seville through an authentic, local experience you won’t find anywhere else.
An unforgettable experience
We had a great evening/night in Seville! Our local guide Paco took us to a flamenco show in the heart of the Triana neighborhood. Without him we never would have found this place. There we were really taken to another world watching the flamenco dancers and listening to the guitar players and singers. It was a presentation full of emotions! After that we had a “tapeando” as Paco calls the hopping from one traditional bar to the other. He selected for us some really delicious tapas we hadn’t tried before and we learned a lot about andalusian food and traditions. I recommend this tour!