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Sevilla, Spain
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Venture to some of Seville’s most tantalizing and traditional tapas bars on a 3-hour culinary tour of the city with a gastronomical guide. Gain fascinating insight into Seville’s rich culinary heritage as you visit three of Seville’s most established eateries; sample sweet sherry wine, sizzling king prawns, succulent oxtail and ripe tomatoes as you pleasure your palate with Spanish specialties. Refresh with fine local wine and crisp beers as you eat your way around the sumptuous city. 
  • 3-hour afternoon tapas tour of Seville led by a former chef
  • Visit three top Seville tapas bars in one afternoon
  • Dig in and share plates of food with fellow foodies on your tour
  • Enjoy classic Spanish dishes like paella, gazpacho and bacalao
  • Learn about the history of Spanish cuisine and tapas in Andalucia
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Tapas in three bars plus drinks
Local guide
Hotel pickup and drop-off

Departure Point

Pl. del Triunfo, 41004 Sevilla, Spain

Gourmet Tapas Tour at 19:00 in Plaza del Triunfo under the white monument. If you choose Combo Tour, Santa Cruz Tour meeting point is in Plaza del Triunfo at 17:30

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Returns to original departure point
Greet your gastronomical guide at a central location near the Giralda Tower and set out on your culinary odyssey. Listen as your expert guide offers informative culinary commentary and you stroll towards the first of three tapas bars. Immerse yourself in an atmospheric eatery and listen to convivial Spanish chatter as you await your feast. 

Tantalize your taste buds with a selection of typical Spanish treats including gazpacho, a chilled soup made from ripe tomatoes, and bacalao, delicately dried and salted cod. Feast upon sizzling prawns smothered in garlic; nibble succulent strips of tender oxtail; and devour dishes like flavorsome paella and fulfilling omelet. 

Complete your culinary circuit by visiting two more bars, sipping refreshing San Miguel and fine wines to clear your palate. Bid farewell to your guide at the final bar, perfectly positioned in a location that allows further epicurean exploration. 
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Torre Giralda
Veremos la Giralda desde el exterior
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Pancho Tours
Uno de los pasos de nuestro Tour de Tapas. lugar historico a los pies de la giralda
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers
  • OPERATED BY Pancho Tours
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.
  • For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.
  • If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
  • Any changes made less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time will not be accepted.
  • Cut-off times are based on the experience’s local time.
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund.

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What is the policy on face masks and attendee health during Seville Wine and Tapas Tour?
A:The policies on face masks and attendee health are:

  • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas
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What is the policy on sanitization during Seville Wine and Tapas Tour?
A:The policies on sanitization are:

  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
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What is the social distancing policy during Seville Wine and Tapas Tour?
A:The policies on social distancing are:

  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
  • Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
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What measures are being taken to ensure staff health & safety during Seville Wine and Tapas Tour?
A:The policies on staff health & safety are:

  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Regular temperature checks for staff
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I lucked out as I was...
, Jan 2022
I lucked out as I was supposed to be part of a group tour but amazingly, nobody else had booked! Private tour, wow! The guide was personable, professional and refresghingly honest. She was knowledgable about the areas and tapas places that we went to together. My only negative is conparing it to a similar tour that I did in Granada, the quality of the food in the first and second locations was below what I expected for the tour price. However the 3rd and 4th locations were much much better. To improve the value for money the 1st and 2nd locations need to be changed for historic locations that also have amazing food. Overall, I would reccommend the guide, she was great. However take jnto consideration the points that I have made above.
icon Response from Host , Jan 2022
Thank you very much for your review Peter. We are sorry to hear that you did not fully enjoy our tapas tour, we will take your comments into account to improve and offer a better service to our customers. Regards
Worst Food "Tour" Ever - do not recommend
, Nov 2021
Where to start with this? The Seville food tour however, was a disaster. I have been on at least 20 food tours (it’s one of the first things I do in most countries, and I usually travel overseas 2-3x a year when not in a pandemic) and know what they entail. The guide will give you information about the city/country you’re in, and of course describe and gush of the food. They will tell you where the wine is from, what is in the food, what it’s called, and are engaging and talk to you throughout the evening. Most food tours I have been on were led by people that could talk easily for hours, are entertaining, informative, and engaged with the group. The food has always been outstanding and a great introduction to the country/city. Every one I have been on has contacted the restaurants ahead of time, and they know we are coming. Their English is usually superb, and we are not trying to figure out what names for the food are on the tour. The Seville food tour, however, did none of those things. The restaurants had no idea we would be there that evening. The guide was often on her phone on WhatsApp or other social media. Normally I would expect a guide to be on a WhatsApp chat with the restaurant. This was obviously not the case, since at the very first stop, we had to wait for them to even find a table for us. We were then uncomfortably crammed into a corner. The guide disappeared twice at the first restaurant. The bar staff beside our table took the orders, so she couldn’t have been talking to them somewhere else. We saw her talk to them about the order. We sat alone at the table at first, and then she came back to get an order. She told us briefly about the food (not in detail, we weren’t sure what was in the sandwich like thing we were eating except that it was probably meat?). After that, she disappeared again and we ate and drank without her until we were almost done. Again, when she was at the table she was on WhatsApp and other social media about half the time. We then walked to the second place, with little information or engagement from her. At the second stop, we had some food that was awful. We ate most of it to be polite, but we have been joking about how terrible it was ever since. When we received the food, the guide said one item had hm and one had cheese, and we should guess which was which. Neither item tasted of ham or cheese. They didn’t taste like anything except a lump of sawdust. The wine that came with the meal was described only as “white”. Were the grapes for the wine local? Spanish? From Mars? We have no idea, and I am not sure the guide did either. I’ve done many food and wine tours, and not once has the guide not had any idea what we were drinking. It was so odd. During the first two stops we were also realizing that her English was not that great. She could not even talk about something things for the food and what we were doing very well. We paid a lot of money for an English guide, but she herself said her English was not that great and it is unfortunately true. My mother, who speaks some Spanish, was thankfully able to talk some with her or else we would have been even more in the dark. If no one in the group had had that ability, the tour would have been even more of a disaster. During the second stop, she was also on her phone on social media. During the walk to the third stop, she again was not very engaged and we either talked amongst ourselves or walked in silence. So atypical for a food “tour”. At the third restaurant, when we arrive she said she wanted to order some things she liked. This was another bizarre detail to me. I have only been on food tours where the food and wine were picked out ahead of time with care. From what the guide said, she was just ordering things she liked without having planned anything ahead of time. The wine at the this establishment was described as “red”. No idea where it was from, what the grapes were, or even what the wine was called. The two main dishes were described as one having salmon and avocado, and one having ox tail. The ox tail dish was on some kind of bread, with sauce, but we had no idea what was in the sauce, how the ox tail was cooked, or anything else about it. The salmon dish was on some hard bread, but again we could only guess what that was. For dessert we were told we would be having champagne. What we had was definitely not champagne. It might have been a prosecco with very little fizz, but it was dry and not sweet. There was some type of cake item for dessert that the guide never mentioned. We do not know what it was called or what was in it. Was it a typical Spanish or Seville dessert? Who knows! At this point, we were pretty convinced that she was not sure what the wines or food were, either. As it appeared she made no effort ahead of time to prepare the menu, I guess she felt that it was not important to let us know what exactly we were eating and drinking. There was zero pride in her city or her country. The guide then left when we were less than halfway through dessert. She had not said anything after mentioning the non-existent champagne, and then abruptly got up and said she was leaving. She took no more questions, had not more insights, and we sat there talking about how awful that had been. During the tour she had mentioned some things about Spanish cities that I knew were not true simply by having read a Wikipedia article about Seville and Andalucía. I could have learned more watching a 5 minute YouTube video for free about food in Seville and its history and not paid so much money.
Highlight of Seville
, Oct 2021
Maria was an incredible guide. She took us to off the beaten path places, ordered us delicious food and wine and taught us a great deal about the city. She was friendly, fun and accommodating.
Agradável experiência
, Oct 2021
Maria is such a lovely person, and the tour overall and places we visited were quite interesting, trying the local cuisine. I was the solo traveler of the group, nonetheless, met and shared a great time with the group on it too.
Overpriced, nothing special
, Oct 2021
The starting time of the tour (19:00) isn’t correct. In fact, we got a call at 1730 that the tour was starting. We skipped the tour part and went for the tapas and wine tour. Our guide brought us to 3 bars. The first we left suddenly after a 2 tapas. At the third our guide left us as soon as we arrived. She didn’t tell us anything about the tapas or wine. In total we got 5 tapas per person and 3 glasses of wine. Not worth the price.
walking into the inner world of Sevilla and her taste
, Sep 2021
Nice walk in Sevilla; small unknown streets; interesting information; nice food and drink; friendly and adequate guides
Wine and Tapas
, Nov 2019
Excellent guide. Punctual and organized. Wonderful food and wine. Overall, a pleasant experience. Well worth the price.
Great tour!
, Aug 2019
I enjoyed the food, drinks and the neighborhood we were in. I did this tour on my first day, and it definitely set a great tone for the rest of my stay in Seville. Jordan was an enthusiastic and a friendly tour guide!
icon Response from Host , Sep 2019
Thank you very much for choosing us and making one of our Gourmet Tour, a different way to know the gastronomy and people. Greetings
Tapas, wine and sunshine :)
, Aug 2019
Our tour guide Andrea was lovely, great company and we had a fab time! 3 restaurants and a nice surprise to end the evening.
icon Response from Host , Aug 2019
What a joy to know that they enjoyed their bars, their tapas and the surprise. We are glad that the clients leave the tours satisfied and happy.
What a treat- not just the "usual" tapas tour
, Jul 2019
Our guide was SO EXCELLENT. We went to multiple tapas bars - out of the way with great tastes and ambiance. We felt like locals in Seville. He was also well versed in history and open to discussion. I HIGHLY recommend this tour.
icon Response from Host , Jul 2019
Great, we were very happy that you enjoyed the tapas tour, and you felt like we Sevillians feel when we share with our friends day by day. That is the objective of this tour, that you feel as if you were with your friends at the same time that you learn about the city and its customs.

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