Our Expert Guides
We know that having a great guide is key to truly discovering a destination. That’s why our tours are led by passionate Spain gurus who love sharing their insider knowledge with our guests. We’ve got historians, sommeliers and art experts on the team, and each guide is a gifted storyteller.
We can’t wait for you to meet them!
Born and raised in Seville, María has been showing guests around her city for 2 years after completing her history degree.
A life-long flamenco dancer and expert, Elena studied Spanish Language and Culture to help her show off her city’s culture with pride and passion.
100% Sevillana, even though she may not look it! Elena is thrilled to be back home after 4 years studying biochemistry abroad. Her specialty is yeast, so get ready for lots of fun beer and bread facts!
After time in the USA, the UK and the Netherlands, Pablo returned home to Seville to soak up the sun and eat all the tapas!
A passionate travel expert in love with Spain and Latin America, Marco loves getting to share Seville’s dynamic social & food culture with visitors.
Born in Madrid and raised around the world, Carmen is a true global citizen and professional flamenco dancer! Her lifelong dedication to culture, history and the universal language of art make Seville the perfect destination for her to share with curious travelers to Andalusia.
Born in a village just outside of Seville, Irene spent 17 years traveling the globe before returning home. She brings her enthusiasm and zest for adventure to every tour!
Pablo spent two years in Virginia teaching Spanish language and culture before returning to Spain, where he continues to share his passion for Spanish gastronomy with his guests.
David came to Seville as a student but fell in love and stayed. He is now truly an expert on Sevillian history and wine, and loves sharing stories of his adopted hometown.
‘Gitaliana’ Sara’s love for travelling brought her all over the world, but in Seville, she found the perfect second home.
When Sophie’s not guiding and sharing her love for tapas and flamenco, you’ll find her reading in pretty plazas, dancing Sevillanas at local ferias, or hiking around Spain and the world.
After living on Colombia’s Caribbean coast for more than 3 years, London-born Miranda retraced her steps back to Seville to explore the city where the story of The Americas began.