The tour allows you to learn about a very important aspect of the lives of locals, that is its food habits as a means of socialization. When Sevillians go out at night they go “de tapitas” which means passing from one tavern to another to taste some of the many tapas, queens of the Spanish gastronomy.
The tapa is a small portion of food and is usually accompanied by a “cerveza” (beer) or a “manzanilla” or “fino” (the famous sherry wines of Jerez de la Frontera area).
Our guide will accompany the group to the most famous bars in the district of Triana to taste the most famous Tapas and will tell about their history and legends.
The itinerary will take place from Betis Street to Santa Ana Square, visiting the most traditional establishments in Triana. You will taste some of the most select tapas accompanied by our expert guide in gastronomy.