COMBO FLAMENCO SHOW AND SEVILLE FOOD TOUR
Flamenco is one of the most characteristic elements of Spanish culture, especially throughout the southern region of Andalucía. Flamenco was, for many, born in Triana, across the river from Sevilla, mostly in the mines and in the countryside where the gypsies lived from the 15th century, sent there by the Holy Inquisition.
Flamenco dance, as one-third of the quintessential Spanish phenomenon of flamenco, has an extensive historical background that parallels the cultural development of Spain itself. The guide will talk about this and a lot more, before taking you into the show.
Flamenco is an especially Andalusian art, which has crossed borders and has been declared Intangible Cultural Heritage. Do you know its origin? Have you felt the rage of? We offer an exclusive, unique and special place;to live this magnificent show, inside the Triana Market, in a small theater in the heart of the neighborhood where this art was born. Singing, dancing and guitar will flow to all beat to show the essence of flamenco.
After enjoy the flamenco show, you will continue with a local expert as your guide, you’ll learn about the history of Spanish gastronomy and discover the delights of small-plate dining on visits to three of Seville’s best bars. Loosen your belt and wash down finger-licking dishes with local wine, sherry or beer, on this must-do tapas tour!
Meet your guide and then stroll to your first tapas bar of the afternoon. As you walk, your guide will chat to you about Spanish gastronomy, and of the explosion of the ‘tapas scene’ on the international stage. While Spain’s best tapas city is frequently debated, Seville is one of the title’s definite contenders with its concentration of atmospheric bars, cooking up Andalusian specialities to sweet perfection.
Tapas bars here are typically crowded, but that’s all part of the fun! Jostle for space with locals and follow the tapas etiquette of your guide: sharing, finger-using and generally getting stuck in the food. The dishes served each afternoon will vary, but you can expect a selection of food ranging from niche regional specialities to all-time Spanish classics.
Complete your tapas circuit of Seville at two more bars, continuing your afternoon of camaraderie and fine food. Your tour finishes at the third bar, leaving you perfectly placed to carry on eating your way around Seville should you wish