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Seville: Flamenco at El Palacio Andaluz with Optional Dinner

1. Seville: Flamenco at El Palacio Andaluz with Optional Dinner

Experience a traditional flamenco show at the El Palacio Andaluz, one of Spain's finest flamenco venues. Enjoy the art in its purest form as you watch and listen to professional dancers and musicians as they take you on a historical and cultural journey. Select from either a drink, a tapas dinner, or an à la carte dinner as you marvel at the show. Menu options Option 1: Flamenco with a Drink and Chocolate Truffle Option 2: Flamenco & Tapas Dinner • Seafood Cocktail, goat cheese with toast, Serrano ham, Pastela Andalus, cod confit in olive oil with asparagus, stewed Cheeks Iberian in Pedro Ximenez with potato millefeuille. • Dessert: Chef tasting selection. • Coffee, wine and mineral water. Option 3: Flamenco & Gourmet Dinner • Appetizers: Selection of the chef. • Starters: Salad sprouts with marinated figs and goat cheese, seafood cocktail with Thousand Island Dressing, Tulipa marinated tuna with sauteed vegetables, vegetable soup with ham shavings. • Main courses: Stewed Cheeks Iberian in Pedro Ximenez, baked salmon with soy and Lima, beef tenderloin with potato millefeuille, cod confit in virgin olive oil. • Desserts: Chef tasting selection. • Coffee, wine and mineral water.

Seville: Triana Tablao Flamenco Show with Drink

2. Seville: Triana Tablao Flamenco Show with Drink

Experience the passion of flamenco at the heart of the old cellar of Triana, Seville. Marvel at the Mudejar architecture and exquisite decoration as you witness this iconic Andalusian dance. Learn the history and the journey of flamenco through its most important clubs including Soleá, Tangos, Guajiras, Bamberas, Alegrías, and Bulería. Cantaor, guitar, bailaor, and bailaora artists make your show an authentic collection of the most traditional and symbolic variations of this legacy. 

Seville: Flamenco Show with Optional Andalusian Dinner

3. Seville: Flamenco Show with Optional Andalusian Dinner

Visit exclusive area in the heart of the city in which you can find the flamenco show "A Small Committee". This is your opportunity to immerse yourself in flamenco, looking back at its past and recreating the atmosphere of the old Café Cantantes of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. You have 4 tickets options to choose: Option 1: Flamenco Included: 1 hour of traditional flamenco show. Option 2: Flamenco and drink. Included: 1 hour of traditional flamenco show and one drink of the menu list: spanish wines, 3 kind of beers, spanish cocktails (sangría, tinto de verano, rebujito), soft drinks, water. Option 3: Flamenco and Tapas dinner. Included: 1 hour of traditional flamenco show and the Tapas dinner menu: - Spanish selection board of cheeses and cold cuts. - Fried anchovies with salmorejo (cold tomatoes cream soup) - Carrillada ibérica (spanish stew of pork cheeks) with baked potatoe. Dessert of the chef and first drink of the menu list included (spanish wines, 3 kind of beers, sangría, tinto de verano, rebujito), soft drinks, water). Option 4: Flamenco with Chef's Suggestions dinner Included: 1 hour of traditional flamenco show and the Chef's Suggestions dinner menu: - Spanish selection board of cheeses and cold cuts. - Firts dishes (to choose): - Spanish potatoe salad of octopus with fried egg OR Baby squid on bed of arraque roteño (vegetables stew). - Second dishes (to choose): - Risotto de carrillada (iberian beef cheeks) and boletus OR Fried eggs with prawns and mushroom. Dessert of the chef and first drink of the menu list included (spanish wines, 3 kind of beers, sangría, tinto de verano, rebujito), soft drinks, water).

Seville: Tapas, Taverns & History Evening Tour

4. Seville: Tapas, Taverns & History Evening Tour

Discover Seville's culinary traditions and listen to fascinating stories from Seville's past on a tapas, taverns, and history walking tour. Start the night at Seville's oldest tapas bar where you’ll try vermouth paired with acorn-fed Iberian ham. Then, stroll through the historic center as you learn about its history from Julius Caesar to Christopher Columbus and the Moorish conquest to the dark days of the Spanish Inquisition. Next is a stop at a family-run restaurant that many visitors miss due to its small size. Try some delicious orange wine and tickle your taste buds with some cured Manchego cheese and slow-roasted pork belly drizzled with Spanish olive oil. On the way to your next food stop, you’ll see some of Seville’s must-see sights including the oldest Gothic cathedral in the world and the Barrio Santa Cruz before arriving at a local bar. Here you can taste one of the most typical tapas in Seville: Montaditos paired with a refreshing glass of Spanish wine. Finally, get off the beaten track and discover a few hidden secrets and plazas in the city before entering the last bar on this tour. Sit down and feast your way through the evening with shared plates of specialty tapas perfectly paired with Andalusian wine. Round off the evening with an unforgettable dessert, the best way to end the culinary crawl through Seville.

Seville: Spanish Cooking Class with Dinner

5. Seville: Spanish Cooking Class with Dinner

Get a better understanding of the culinary wealth of Seville and Spain at a 3-hour cooking class with dinner. Benefit from the services of a professional chef who will teach you how to cook traditional dishes like an expert. Designed for novice cooks and the more experienced, the lesson takes place at a cooking school inside Triana Market. Prepare a salmorejo (chilled tomato soup) or gazpacho starter, along with typical tapas such as spinach with chickpeas, huevos a la flamenca and Spanish omelet. Make an authentic paella for your main course and a light dessert of lemon sorbet with Cava to indulge your sweet tooth. Sangria will be served during the lesson as you get to know the rest of the group. Sit down to enjoy the fruits of your labor with two additional drinks.

Seville: Tapas Crawl

6. 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: Paella Cooking Experience on a Rooftop Terrace

7. Seville: Paella Cooking Experience on a Rooftop Terrace

Immerse yourself in a truly authentic Spanish experience and enjoy an evening of unforgettable memories as you learn how to cook a traditional paella in the heart of Seville. Atop a stunning rooftop that overlooks the city of Seville, soak up the sunshine and admire the view as you relax with locals and learn new skills. Your helpful guides will not only teach you how to cook the dish, but also how to make a traditional and special sangria made with the freshest local ingredients. There is no dish of Spanish cuisine more internationally known than paella, and your friends and family back home will be more than impressed with your new cooking skills. you can learn about each of the ingredients, including where they come from and their history. Once you’ve watched your guides cook the paella, you will be able to relax as you enjoy the dish and watch the world go by on the terrace.

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

8. 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: Flamenco Cruise on the Guadalquivir River

9. Seville: Flamenco Cruise on the Guadalquivir River

Combine a nighttime sightseeing cruise with an exciting flamenco performance on this unique cruise on the Guadalquivir River. Sail past Seville's most iconic landmarks, including the Torre del Oro, and watch a live flamenco performance right before your eyes. Kick off the night with a drink of tinto de verano (red wine and lemonade) or sangria from the onboard bar (additional drinks not included in the tour cost). Then sit down to watch 4 artists perform 2 live shows. Feel the emotion as they sing, dance, and play the flamenco guitar. During the break, enjoy a complimentary glass of sangria. After the performance, head to the deck to watch the sights of Seville lit up by the night sky as you sail along the Guadalquivir River.

Seville: Sangria Tasting with Rooftop Views

10. 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 a 2-year-old manchego cheese.   Later on, try the next drink of cava sangria with fruit perfectly paired for this type of sangria. Towards the end of the experience, you’ll see a sherry 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.   This will be an experience partially hosted lasting 1.5 hours and for first part you will be enjoying your food and drinks on the rooftop with your company. The last 30-45 minutes involve the interactive demonstration where you will try your hand at making sangria.

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What people are saying about Seville

A very nice tour of four really nice and charming tapas bars. We had a nice and humorous evening with a very nice group and a super nice guide with delicious food and traditional Andalusian specialties and drinks. I can only recommend the tour to anyone who wants to get to know and love the Andalusian cuisine and culture. You can also see a lot of Seville during the tour and get to know the evening life there.

a splendid flamenco show, a delicious meal .... an essential outing that we do not regret ... the artists were passionate and it showed

Really great inclusive cookery class. A great lunch treat - learn and eat what you cook! Great value for money.

the show was increadeble. I liked so much. The music and dance were perfect. Everyone should see this show.

The dancers were phenomenal! They poured their heart and soul into their dancing. I loved it!