What To Do On New Year’s Eve in Seville in 2018

It isn't New Year's Eve in Seville without plenty of free-flowing cava!

This blog post was originally posted on December 8, 2015, and was updated on October 19, 2018. Passionate Seville comes more alive than ever on the last night of the year. From cozy family celebrations at home to massive, all-out fiestas in the street, there’s no shortage of ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Seville. Whether […]

Fall Fun: Things To Do In Seville In November 2018

One of our favorite things to do in Seville in November—especially when it rains—is to visit a museum, like the beautiful Museo de Bellas Artes!

This blog post was originally posted on October 21, 2015 and was updated on October 10, 2018. It’s time to pack away your beach clothes and break out your most stylish coat. Fall has arrived in Seville! Now that the last heat wave of the year has finally passed, it’s time to settle in for […]

Behind the Bite: Rabo de Toro

Behind the Bite - rabo de toro

This post is part of our Behind the Bite series, deep dives into the dishes that we can’t stop thinking about. Savory (with a hint of sweet) sauce blanketing oh-so-tender meat: rabo de toro is the Spanish food you never knew you needed in your life. Casual tapas take a lot of the credit, but […]

Classic Tapas: Where to Find the Best Spinach and Garbanzos in Seville

If you're looking for the best spinach and chickpeas in Seville and you find yourself in Triana, head straight to La Antigua Abacería!

Devour centuries of history in one simple, delicious dish! Spinach and garbanzos, or espinacas con garbanzos in Spanish, has been a staple on the Iberian peninsula ever since the distant Moorish days. The simple dish, flavored with garlic, paprika and cumin, stuck around even after the Christian reconquest and became a popular meal among medieval Catholics during […]