6. Seville: Tapas, Taverns and History Tour
Discover the Santa Cruz neighborhood, filled with some of the best tapas bars in all of Spain, on a guided tour. Learn to navigate the streets with the help of a culinary expert, and taste authentic Spanish-style potato salad and mouthwatering Iberian ham, all washed down by sweet red vermouth.
After a brief introduction, you’ll head to your first tapas destination of the evening: the oldest bar in the historic Jewish Quarter, going strong since 1870.
Then you'll move on to the second tasting stop: Seville’s tiniest bar. This is as authentic as Spanish tapas get! Opened in 1904, this family-run establishment is renowned for introducing orange wine to Seville, which has since become a beloved local classic. Pair your drink with a tender pork tapa and manchego cheese for a delicious combination.
Time for more tapas! Your next tasting is in a rustic old wine shop which is today the second-oldest bar in Seville, complete with traditional clay wine vats lining the walls. Taste a delicious selection of small bites: artisan bread with sobresada (a cured sausage spread) and salt cod and salmorejo (a chilled tomato and garlic puree).
Your final stop is a family-run bar in the heart of Seville’s historic center, where you’ll try shared plates of delicious regional specialties and a traditional dessert. Wash these down with drinks of your choice as you chat with your group about the amazing food, drink, and culture you enjoyed throughout the evening.
Please note: Stops and tastings may vary depending on season, group size, and day. Regardless of where your tour goes, you always have a delicious experience.