Tapas Tour Seville – Sevilla Tapas Crawl Tickets

Tapas Tour Seville – Sevilla Tapas Crawl Tickets

Guide, Tickets and Information for Seville Tapas Tour

Doing an organised tapas tour in Seville can be a really fun and informative experience. First off, you get to try a variety of tapas without the guesswork. The guide knows the best spots and what to order, so you’re pretty much guaranteed to get some tasty bites. You also get to learn about the history and culture behind the food, which makes it more than just a meal.

Seville Food Tours Tickets and Information

Seville Tapas Crawl: The Ultimate Food Tour in Sevilla

– Avoid tourist traps and experience traditional tapas with a local guide.

– Includes 10-12 tapas servings, 4-5 drinks and a dessert!

– Ticket prices start from just €69 per person (Book Tickets Online)

I went on this tapa tour in Seville and it was a great way to get a real taste of the city. We hit up five different local bars, not the touristy spots, and each had its own special dishes. It was awesome to not only eat but also learn about how Seville’s history and culture have shaped its food. The guide ensured that he carefully selected the places we went and steered clear of tourist-centric establishments.

It was also super handy to have somebody to be able to translate for use. As you’ll notice, some of the more traditional bars don’t have obvious menus and can be fast, loud and difficult for non Spanish speakers. Our tour guide put us at ease everywhere we went and it truly was a unique experience – highly recommended!


Seville: Tapas, Taverns and History Tour

If you fancy combining your Seville tapas food tour with a little more history then this extended Seville food tour is perfect! It lasts a little longer than the others, with a focus not only on food but some of the more historical landmarks

– Try the classic Seville traditional drink, orange wine!

– Learn the tricks of how to navigate Seville tapas bars on your own whilst embracing the culture and history of Seville through its wonderful food!

Other Seville Food Tickets

If you’re a food lover and enjoyed these Tapas tours, here’s also a selection of other approved brilliant food related activities in Seville:

Benefits of an Organised Tapas Crawl

Doing an organised tapas tour in Seville can be a really fun and informative experience. First off, you get to try a variety of tapas without the guesswork. The guide knows the best spots and what to order, so you’re pretty much guaranteed to get some tasty bites. You also get to learn about the history and culture behind the food, which makes it more than just a meal.

Another benefit is that you get to meet new people. Whether you’re traveling solo or with a group, it’s a social experience where you can chat and share food. Plus, it’s convenient. You don’t have to worry about navigating or understanding menus, especially if you’re not fluent in Spanish. Overall, it’s a hassle-free way to dive into the local food scene and have a good time.

Seville Tapas Dishes to Try

Having been lucky enough to try multiple tapas dishes in the South of Spain, here are a few of the best (with the majority being part of the two tours mentioned above!)

One must-try item is “flamenquín,” a breaded pork or ham dish that’s a local favourite. It’s hearty and filling, perfect if you’re really hungry. Another standout is “salmorejo,” a cold tomato and bread soup that’s a thicker cousin of gazpacho. It’s super refreshing, especially if you’re touring on a hot day.

You’ll also want to try “espinacas con garbanzos,” which is a simple but flavorful dish of spinach and chickpeas. It’s usually spiced up with some cumin and served with a hard-boiled egg on top. For seafood lovers, don’t miss out on “boquerones en vinagre,” which are fresh anchovies marinated in vinegar. They’re tangy, salty, and perfect with a cold beer.

Of course, you can’t leave Seville without having some “jamon iberico,” the famous Spanish cured ham. It often comes thinly sliced and has a rich, nutty flavour that’s just unforgettable.

Seville Tapas Tour Tips

  • Book in Advance: These tours can be popular, especially during tourist season. Secure your spot early.
  • Come Hungry: You’ll be trying a lot of dishes, so make sure you’ve got room to enjoy them all.
  • Wear Comfortable Shoes: You’ll be walking from bar to bar, so make sure your feet are happy.
  • Ask Questions: Don’t hesitate to ask your guide about the dishes, ingredients, or anything you’re curious about.
  • Be Open: Some dishes might be new to you. Give them a try, you might discover a new favourite.