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Tapas and Traditions of Seville Day Food Tour

From US$ 87.15
Highlights
  • 4-hour foodie walking tour of Seville
  • Taste a wide range of local foods and drinks
  • Visit 8 destinations for samples
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Tapas and Traditions of Seville Day Food Tour
From US$ 87.15
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Taste the vibrant flavors of Seville on a 4-hour foodie and history walk.
From US$ 87.15
11:15am start
Taste the vibrant flavors of Seville on a 4-hour foodie and history walk.
From US$ 87.15
Overview
Discover the food and flavors of Seville on a four-hour gourmet walking tour that explores Spain’s culinary roots and some of the city’s best bites. Join a local, foodie guide for a trip to 8 family-run establishments, where you’ll sample 9 foods and five classic Spanish drinks. This Seville walking tour is the perfect introduction to local cuisine, and it’s limited to six people for a fun and personal experience.
What to Expect
Make your way to a centrally-located point in Seville for 10:30am departure, then join a guide and small group for a fascinating trip through local cuisine.

At a series of 8 stops, you’ll eat your way from breakfast to dessert, including traditional tapas, sweets, and wine.

Duck into a colorful market to taste freshly-shaved Iberian ham from a local expert, then visit a convent for some of the city’s most delicious cookies. You’ll learn the secrets of Seville’s classic sherry wines, and discover the best place to try tapas.

As you walk, the guide will share stories about Seville’s distinctive culinary traditions, and the diverse cultures that have helped to shape local food and flavors. Take advantage of your time with a local guide to ask questions about how to eat like a Sevillano, where to explore, and what to order at each place.

Your route will also take you past some of the city’s most intriguing places, from picture-perfect plazas to hidden alleyways that are far from the main tourist sites. After exploring the neighborhoods of Arenal, Santa Cruz, and Alfalfa, this 4-hour foodie walking tour concludes at a central location in Seville.
Reviews (110)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Excellent way to get to know about Seville

Great tour, great tapas and a font of information in the form of Carmen - our hostess. Highly recommended, learnt a lot about the history of Seville, its architecture and food, realising the depth of the cultures that have shaped this wonderful city. Thank you...More

1  Thank Gavin A
Reviewed 1 week ago
The rain in Spain could not deter us.

Our day of tapas and traditions with Maria was brilliant despite the pouring rain. She treated us to a great tour of eateries and bars that we would not otherwise have come across or considered entering. She gave us insights into the local traditions and...More

Thank 333ABH
Reviewed 1 week ago
Wonderful exploration of the culinary culture and history of Seville.

A thoroughly enjoyable and relaxed walking tour visiting places of historical interest that link to the culinary history and traditions of Seville. We had many stops along the way, visiting a local produce market, a convent where the cloistered nuns produce and sell baked treats...More

Thank TravelTragic08
David P, Manager at Devour Seville Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hola! I'm so glad to see that your guide Carmen was able to show you why she loves Seville so much. Not only is she passionate about the local culture, but she's also incredibly knowledgeable about the region's delicious food and drink scene—a perfect combo...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Perfect introduction to Seville

We really enjoyed this tour and would recommend it to others who are visiting Seville. It was the perfect way to try tasting the local food and wine. Our guide was very knowledgeable and so passionate about the city. Worth the money!

1  Thank Julia S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Great tapas and Sevilla history tour with Maria!

We had a great time on this 4 hour tour and our guide, Maria, was fantastic. You could tell she really loves her job and her city. We were very full by the end of the tour as the second last stop was a sit...More

Thank Eve S
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Rad2
15 November 2018|
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Response from NadiaMGuyana | Reviewed this property |
I don't have dietary requirements. However from memory there were at least two places where bread. Was served as a base of tapas. I don't know if celiac disease is more than 'wheat' intolerance so forgive me. I don't think... More
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Extraordinary783640
11 September 2018|
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Response from EMP0726 | Reviewed this property |
We were 8-10. Def no more than 10
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Cleve L
1 September 2018|
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Response from Lori S | Reviewed this property |
I would agree with other answers. There are probably yours more suites for the young ones.
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