Tapas Like a Local: Triana Neighborhood Tapas Tour

Note: Tour unavailable until March 2022. In the meantime, join our Tastes, Tapas & Traditions of Seville Food Tour or Tapas, Taverns & History Tour.

Cross the bridge to see another side of Seville at the neighborhood tapas bars locals love.

Top Rated 5 out of 5
Includes: Homemade tapas across 4 locally loved family-run tapas bars including drinks at each bar. Enough food for dinner.
Experience Size: Small Group
Times: 7:15pm
Duration: 2.5 hours

What's Included

  • Try 100% Iberian pork loin grilled to perfection, the most famous tapa in town!
  • Enjoy a fast-paced, fun night out visiting one tapas bar after another.
  • Get to know Triana and learn what makes this neighborhood special.
  • Discover authentic tapas in Seville: simple dishes with stunning ingredients.
  • Go off the beaten track and visit a neighborhood where locals really hang out.
  • Risk-free booking: Full refunds up to 24 hours before your tour



Dietary restrictions

This tour is adaptable for...
  • Vegetarians
  • Pescatarians
  • Gluten free (not celiacs)
  • Dairy free
  • Non-alcoholic options
  • Pregnant women
  • We love providing delicious options for those with dietary needs. If you have a dietary requirement or food allergy, please note it when booking. This tour is not recommended for vegans and, due to the risk of gluten cross-contamination, this tour is not recommended for those with celiac disease.

    What to Expect


    This tour is the triple threat: tapas bars that locals love, a neighborhood we actually go out in, and the foods we eat when we do. Tonight you’re one of us, and we’ll show you what a night out would look like if you lived here. Trust us when we say it doesn’t get more authentic than this.


    Start your evening on the banks of the Guadalquivir River. You’ll get an introduction to the neighborhood across the river, and begin to understand how its location continues to shape it today. Then, it’s across the iconic Isabel II Bridge to your first tapas stop: a family-run gourmet grocer famous for its sherry wines served straight from the barrel with flamenco flair. Here we’ll start our exploration of the true tastes of traditional Andalusia with cured meats and a cold tomato soup originally from nearby Cordoba.

    On the way to your second tapas stop, you’ll wind through Triana’s cobblestone backstreets making two special stops along the way, at an emblematic church and a tiny chapel. Then, it’s time for a treat the locals love, fresh shrimp from the neighboring province of Huelva and ice cold beer!

    Just on the other side of Triana’s main pedestrian street is our third tapas bar of the night. Opened and run by the same family since 1962, this spot is an absolute Triana institution. The key to their success is their reduced menu that’s been perfected over the last 50 years, and we’re going to try a few of the star dishes. Their most famous is the city’s best pork sirloin—bought fresh daily from the neighborhood market—and addictive grilled mushrooms. Both dishes go perfectly with the local substitute to sangria or a local wine.

    As we keep exploring the hidden backstreets of Triana, you’ll learn about the neighborhood’s centuries-old ceramics tradition and catch a glimpse of the best ceramic shops in town. Finally, we’ll wrap up the evening at a local bar that’s been open since the 1950s and is run by a second-generation Triana family. This spot is a favorite among bullfighters and flamenco dancers and their home cooking draws crowds from across the neighborhood.

    You’ll leave with an appreciation of simple Spanish cooking, an understanding of what sets this neighborhood across the river apart, and a list of local hangouts that you won’t be able to keep from revisiting.

    And as with all Devour Seville tours, you’ll receive our Devouring Seville guide. Packed with all our favorite places to eat and drink in the city, put down your guidebook and get ready to experience Seville like a local!

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    About Our Expert Guides

    Your tour will be lead by one of our expert, English-speaking guides. They’re all gifted storytellers who are smart, passionate and talented and whose excitement for this country is contagious!

    Meet them here!

    Map Your Tour

    Meeting point Puente de Isabel II
    Places we'll visit Triana

    Triana is a neighborhood just across the river that feels a world away, and is home to some of our favorite local bars in the city.

    Ending point Plaza del Altozano
    The tour lasts approximately 2.5 hours (give or take 15 minutes). The tour covers approximately 2 kilometers (1.2 miles) and there is no guaranteed seating at any of the stops. Please note that it is traditional and authentic in Seville tapas bars to stand and eat at the bar, and some of the taverns we visit do not have tables or seating.
    Don’t worry, you won’t be part of a massive crowd following a guide with a flag! We keep our groups small and intimate, so the tour can squeeze into small, hidden places and you get personal time with your guide. The maximum number of guests on this tour is usually 10 people, and we only require a minimum of two people to operate.
    We want as many people to be able to enjoy our tours as possible. Scroll up the page a little to see what dietary restrictions this tour is adaptable for.
    This tour is a great fit for curious teens and children who would enjoy learning about Seville's tapas culture and tasting local food. We offer teen and child pricing and they will be served non-alcoholic drinks throughout the tour. Please do keep in mind that this tour is a quick paced and authentic evening experience. If you're a family with younger kids who need a slower pace, check out our daytime Tastes, Tapas & Traditions of Seville Food Tour. We also have private family tours for kids 4–12!
    The tour does not include transport to the meeting place, or from the ending point (ask your guide for guidance at the end of the tour if you’re not sure where you are). Also, please feel free to tip your guide if you think they did a great job! The standard gratuity in the tour industry is 10% to 15%.
    Most importantly, your appetite! Keep in mind tours take place rain or shine, so please dress appropriately and bring an umbrella if it looks like rain. Also, we recommend you wear comfortable shoes as you’ll be walking a few kilometers. Finally, while we do serve water on the tour at some stops, we recommend you bring a bottle of water.
    Absolutely! We regularly organize private tours for families, groups of friends, and more. Email us your group size, the date you'd like the tour and anything else you'd like us to keep in mind, and we'll get back to you within 24 hours.

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