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From Seville: Pueblos Blancos and Ronda Full-Day Trip

1. From Seville: Pueblos Blancos and Ronda Full-Day Trip

Experience the best that the Sevillan province has to offer with a guided tour of the countryside and stops in the quaint towns of Zahara de la Sierra, Grazalema, and Ronda. Visit picturesque white villages, an olive oil factory, local castles, and cliff tops. Starting in Seville, cross the Andalusian countryside to get to Zahara de la Sierra, passing the Aguzaderas Castle. Explore the town of Zahara de la Sierra town, a picturesque, whitewashed village hidden in the mountains.  Next, stop at an olive oil factory on your way to Grazalema. The Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park is home to a range of beautiful landscapes that are perfect for enjoying a leisurely drive. Watch Griffon vultures circling the mountains as you pass the largest colony of Griffon vultures in Spain.  Stop for lunch in Grazalema, surrounded by the classic local white houses adorned with colorful flowers. On the way to Ronda, pass through a Mediterranean forest that serves as an essential source of honey, cork, aromatic spices, and wood. See locals working with cattle, Iberian pigs, and goats. Ronda is one of the oldest towns in Spain and was built on two separate cliffs connected by Spain's most famous bridge, the New Bridge, which was built in the 18th century. Tour Ronda with your guide and take time to explore the town on your own as well.

Day Trip to Granada from Seville: Alhambra and Albaicín

2. Day Trip to Granada from Seville: Alhambra and Albaicín

Depart Seville and journey to the city of Granada to take a tour of the historic Alhambra, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its cultural importance and architectural beauty. Benefit from the services of an official tour guide and expert interpreter of the heritage of the city and fortress, built for the Nasrid emirs who ruled Spain in the 13th and 14th centuries. Marvel at the fortifications of the Alcazaba (citadel), built to protect the city's post-Roman districts, including the Moorish suburb of "El Albayzín." Admire the beauty of the Nasrid Palaces and Generalife, the summer pleasure gardens of the Emir. Next, drive to the center of Granada for lunch (own expense). Then, take a guided walk of the UNESCO-protected Albaicín district where the winding streets are reflective of its Medieval Moorish past. Stroll past whitewashed houses and encounter age-old churches and flower-filled balconies. Stop to take in the spectacular panoramas over the Alhambra fortress perched on its hill.  Return to Seville at the end of your historical adventure, and get dropped off at your original starting point.

Seville: 3.5-Hour Spanish Cooking Class & Triana Market Tour

3. Seville: 3.5-Hour Spanish Cooking Class & Triana Market Tour

There’s no better way to understand the culinary wealth of Seville and Spain than by entering the kitchen, as you’ll see on this 3.5-hour cooking class and market tour. A professional chef will teach you how to cook traditional local dishes during a class that you’re sure to find educational as well as entertaining. The cooking school is located in the Triana Market, the perfect place to buy fresh local ingredients. Before the workshop starts, you’ll be taken on a guided visit of the market and hear a short explanation of its history and products. Sangria will be served to the group and you’ll have the opportunity to get to know each other while you’re cooking. During the meal that follows the class you’ll be served 2 additional drinks (beer or wine). You’ll prepare the following menu: Salmorejo (chilled tomato soup) or gazpacho Spinach with chickpeas or huevos a la flamenca Paella, as the main course Light dessert (such as lemon sorbet with cava)

Seville: Tapas, Taverns and History Tour

4. Seville: Tapas, Taverns and History Tour

The Santa Cruz neighborhood is filled with some of the best tapas bars in all of Spain, but sometimes it can be hard to navigate the streets and choose the best restaurants without the help of a guide. After a brief introduction, you’ll head to your first tapas bar of the evening, a family-owned business that’s been around since 1841. Taste authentic Spanish-style potato salad and a tapa of roasted peppers, all washed down by sweet red vermouth. Discover the beautiful Moorish architecture used to build the neighborhood and see the ruins of an ancient Roman temple before moving 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. Next, you'll enjoy a historical walking tour, heading past the Cathedral and into the backstreets of the neighborhood. You’ll walk streets most tourists will never discover and hear the famous tales and legends that permeate local folklore. 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 miniature open-faced sandwiches known as montaditos: one topped with Iberian ham and the other with 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.

Seville: Tapas Crawl

5. Seville: Tapas Crawl

Immerse yourself in the world of Andalucian tapas with a tour of the most authentic and emblematic tapas bars in Seville. Eat and live like the locals do as you travel around various tapas bars for a unique gastronomical experience. After meeting your guide, head out on your journey of discovery of Seville's historical local bars and hidden bodegas. Visit 5 different tapas bars and sample authentic local specialties, away from the tourist traps. Learn more about how the city’s rich history and culture have influenced its cuisine, all while connecting with other foodies with the expert help of your guide, who will share the city’s culture with you through its gastronomy.

Seville: Tapas, Taverns, and History Walking Tour

6. Seville: Tapas, Taverns, and History Walking Tour

Your tour kicks off at one of the most charismatic taverns in the city, which was founded at the beginning of the 1900s. There you will taste a few typical dishes such as flaming chorizo, served just as they did 100 years ago by being accompanied with refreshing artisan vermouth straight from the barrel. Walking through the historic streets of Seville and along the old Moorish souk, you will see the secrets of the fragrances of Seville before visiting a local bakery to see traditional cakes which are made from old recipes by artisans. The next stop is to one of the best-known bars in Seville, having trading since 1942. It is there that politicians, writers, and artists congregate, and its owner was given the Medal of the City in 2018. Finally, your last stop is a restaurant where tradition and modern influences are combined, Andalusian and International fusion intertwined. Throughout the entire tour you will be accompanied by a local guide who will share their expertise and passion for local culture and Sevillian cuisine.

Seville: Sangria Tasting with Rooftop Views

7. Seville: Sangria Tasting with Rooftop Views

You will be warmly welcome to the rooftop restaurant that has one of the most private and exclusive rooftops in Seville. With views of the whole city center, get comfortable while your first two types of sangria are prepared. Enjoy a red wine and a white wine sangria with fresh seasonal fruit while also sampling marinated olives and cheese.   Later on, try the next drink of sherry sangria with a perfectly paired for this type of sangria. Towards the end of the experience, you’ll see a cava sangria demonstration right in front of your eyes and learn how to make an easy and traditional sangria using the most traditional wine from the region.  

Seville: Panoramic Segway Shared or Private Tour

8. Seville: Panoramic Segway Shared or Private Tour

See another side to Seville on a 2-wheeled Segway tour. Discover the Giralda, the beautiful Cathedral, and many other sites as you drive around this city. Begin your Segway experience with a training session. An instructor will talk about safety and explain how the personal transporter is operated. Take some time to practice, and when you’re comfortable, you’ll be ready to begin your tour. Pass by many sites including the Giralda, the Cathedral, Archivo de Indias, the Alcazar, Puerta de Jerez, Hotel Alfonso XIII, Plaza de Espana, the Old Tobacco Factory, Parque de Maria Luisa, Palacio de San Telmo, Torre del Oro and Guadalquivir. At each site of interest, the guide will provide historical commentary and take photos of you. Both group and private tour options are available.

Seville: Santa Cruz Old Jewish Quarter Walking Tour

9. Seville: Santa Cruz Old Jewish Quarter Walking Tour

Complete your trip to Seville by taking a walking tour through the picturesque labyrinth of narrow streets in the Santa Cruz neighborhood. This area, the former Jewish Quarter is the city's tourist heart.  Meet your official guide in the city center and enter the neighborhood on a small group tour. Learn about how an ancient Sephardic community dwelled in this area over many centuries. Walk in the same places where Spanish baroque painter Bartolomé Esteban Murillo once stepped. Stroll past tapas bars serving octopus and Iberian ham, orange tree-lined squares, and shops selling souvenirs, handicrafts, and ceramics. See the Gothic Cathedral and pass the Real Alcázar, a Moorish-Renaissance palace backed by lush gardens. Discover secret, alluring passageways and the city's best-kept hidden gems as you are fully immersed in this vibrant neighborhood.

From Seville: Andalusian Horseback Ride

10. From Seville: Andalusian Horseback Ride

Reconnect with nature and admire the stunning scenery of Andalusia from the back of a horse. Escape the hustle and bustle of the city center as you make your way to a ranch just a few kilometers outside Seville. Meet the famous Andalusian horses – also known as the Pure Spanish Horse – prized by nobility and famed for their prowess as a warhorse in historical times. Run by a hospitable family, the ranch provides the perfect opportunity for all the family to experience rural life in southern Spain. There is no previous experience needed. You will be riding in the typical Andalusian countryside and soak up the views. Ask your guide for insider tips. Enjoy nature and get a real insight into the Spanish way of life in Southern Spain.

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What people are saying about Seville

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based on 555 reviews

Departure and return times respected! Pleasant trip between the white houses and the oldest bullring in Spain in Ronda.. the explanations of our guide, Manuel, both in Spanish and in Italian, are interesting! Available, prepared and very nice! His advice for free time and lunch break is excellent! Recommended trip to fit in during a holiday in beautiful Seville!

It is a wonderful walk full of beautiful landscapes, by the hand of the guide Nieves, who generously gave us a lot of knowledge about the white villages, entertaining and very interesting anecdotes. You can also enjoy excellent cuisine. Its worth doing !!

We really enjoyed the tour, it was a very nice view of the country side of Spain. There is a lot of history, fresh air, great local food in a natural surrounding. Pur tour guide, Overall I recommend if you want to get away from the city.

A trip to two beautiful villages (Pueblos blancos) of Cádiz and to the pretty city of Ronda. Highly recommended.

The guide put his best effort to feel comfortable all the way travel from the start to end.