Seville Tapas & Flamenco Tour

Understand Seville through two pillars of its culture—tapas and flamenco—and experience the best versions of both.

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Includes: Delicious tapas at 3 local tapas bars (enough for dinner), and a full one-hour flamenco show at a top venue in Seville’s historic center.
Experience Size: Small Group
Times: 6:30pm
Duration: 4.5 hours

What's Included

  • See an intimate, improvised flamenco show in the city where the art form was born.
  • Learn about flamenco before the show and understand the meaning behind the art form.
  • Visit three diverse eateries that tell the story of tapas from past to present.
  • Enjoy one-on-one time with your guide—an expert in food, flamenco and Seville.
  • Get a crash course in Spanish cured meats—and try five different kinds!
  • 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. Due to the risk of gluten cross-contamination, this tour is not adaptable for those with celiac disease. We do not recommend this tour for vegans.

    What to Expect

    Please note that this description is an example and stops or tastes may vary depending on the season, day of the week, and group size. Regardless of where your tour goes, you always have a delicious experience.


    There are two things you have to do in Seville, and we’re doing them both tonight. We’ll start at two traditional-style tapas bars, where you’ll not only learn the secrets of eating in Seville, but you’ll also get a primer in flamenco. That way, when we head to the authentic show, you’ll understand the meaning behind the art form. Afterwards, debrief the powerful show over a sit-down dinner.


    We’ll start things off with a visit to a traditional abacería: part shop, part bar, and the perfect spot for a crash course in tapas in Seville. Here you’ll enjoy a selection of all of Spain’s favorite cured meats paired with a sweet vermouth (and you’re in for a pleasant surprise if you haven’t tried Spanish vermouth yet!).

    Next, we’re off to one of Seville’s oldest and most traditional bars, dating back nearly 150 years. And we’ll set you up with the locals’ favorite order here: expertly-sliced, acorn-fed Iberian ham and a local sherry wine, one of Andalusia’s most important products. Here your expert guide will lead you through the roots and mysteries of flamenco—from its unclear origins to its current worldwide fame, and you’ll see how Seville fits into this remarkable story.

    Then it’s time to head to the show! Tucked within Seville’s gorgeous Jewish Quarter, you’ll be enjoying the flamenco show in a stunning 15th-century building. This is authentic flamenco so you can expect a small venue with no dramatic lights or microphones, just improvised passion. Thanks to your newfound knowledge of this mysterious art, you’ll be able to savor the world-class performance a little more.

    Having covered two types of traditional tapas bars earlier in the evening, we’ll round out our tapas experience with a sit-down dinner after the show. We’ll be at a modern, family-run tapas bar that was one of the first to bring creative fusion tapas to the city. It’s the perfect moment to share your impressions of the performance over great food and wine!

    At the end of the night, you’ll have done so much more than eaten tapas and seen a flamenco show—you’ll understand flamenco’s place in Seville, and we bet it will have found a place in your heart.

    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 Plaza Nueva
    Places we'll visit Historic city center

    Explore the streets where Spain's first ever flamenco shows took place and see where the tradition thrives in modern-day Seville.

    Ending point Plaza Nueva
    The tour lasts approximately 4.5 hours (give or take 15 minutes). The tour covers approximately 2 kilometers (1.2 miles) and there is seating at 1 of the 3 stops (the final bar) and at the flamenco show.
    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. However, currently our group sizes are much smaller (maximum 6 to 8 people) due to the current pandemic.
    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 families with curious teens and kids who would enjoy discovering true Spanish culture and enjoying an exciting and authentic flamenco performance. We offer teen and child pricing and they will be served non-alcoholic drinks. Please note that the flamenco venue does not allow children younger than 6 years old to enter, so this experience is restricted to children aged 6 years and over.
    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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