Dive deep into the fascinating Andalusian history during this Accessible Tapas & History Tour in Seville. Enjoy typical tapas and drinks in some of the most iconic taverns of the town. Make your way through the ancient monuments and the hidden squares in the city of Christopher Columbus.
This tour will take you to 3 traditional taverns, family-run establishment, where you will taste delicious tapas including montaditos and lightly fried fish, typical to one of Seville’s most iconic celebrations. The itinerary starts from the oldest tapas bar where we will have a city’s classic aperitif—a glass of vermouth and acorn-fed Iberian ham.
Continue your tour with a visit of some history sites. Try also the first orange wine ever invented at the first bar to sell it in Seville combined with cured Manchego cheese and slow-roasted pork belly drizzled with Spanish olive oil. Pass by the the charming streets and quiet plazas of the Jewish Quarter learning about its history. Discover the Moorish influence on the Andalusian culinary local tradition through the food. Visit then a few more hidden streets and monuments of the town.
End your tour in the last local tavern where you’ll enjoy the creative Spanish food. While eating, we’ll sip an Andalusian wine, and we’ll finish the night off with a little something sweet!
This tour does not require a high amount of walking or wheeling, and it can also be completely tailor-made based on each person preferences. The itinerary also avoids steps and it follows a mostly flat path along the Tour.
Meeting point: Church of Santa Catalina
Starting time: 7.30 pm
Duration: 2.5 hours
No penalty if cancelling at least 14 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure
50 percent fee if you cancel between 7 and 14 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure
100 percent fee if you cancel within 7 day(s) of the scheduled departure
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