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Learn the secrets behind preparing authentic paella with this rooftop cooking class in Seville. Admire views over the city during this hands-on workshop that also features how to make sangria. Afterwards, feast on the paella you helped to make and taste a local dessert. Free time to relax on the rooftop is included.
Guided tour to a winery and relaxed Sherry and Brandy tasting straight from the barrel. Introduction to the ancient relationship of the Jerezanos to the wine while walking through the historic center to the bodega (about 15 minutes), visiting places that tell us something about that history. At the winery, we learn first hand everything about the production of Sherry and Brandy. Of course, we also take time to taste these fine wines and spirits, most of them directly in the wine cellar. This tour is designed only for small groups – I prefer a familiar atmosphere.
We will be at la La Terraza del Cristina, a georgous rooftop in which you will be able to see the most incredible and amazing views of the entire city
We will welcome you at our rooftop which is one of the most private and exclusive rooftops in Sevilla with views of the whole city center.
Right after we will bring you two different types of Sangría, a Red Wine Sangría and a White Wine Sangría, with fresh and seasonal fruit with 7% of alcohol each. All of this while you get a sampling of sherry wine marinated olives and 2 years aged manchego cheese.
Later on we will bring you a Cava Sangría wich other type of fruit that will pair perfectly with this type of Sangría and it has around 9%-10% alcohol.
At the end we will take out the ingredients to make a Sherry Wine Sangria right in front of you, an easy and traditional way to make sangría from the most traditional wine from the region with a 13% of alcohol.
Enjoy an authentic cultural and gastronomic experience with this cooking lesson in Seville. Learn how to make a traditional paella and hear about its history, tradition, and evolution. Taste local wines and appetizers from small-scale Andalusian farmers and vineyards. Plus, make a traditional Spanish tortilla and prepare sangria. Throughout the lesson, learn about the city and its landmarks.
In this evening walk you will discover the Seville that very few tourists have the chance to see and you will enjoy it like a local. 5 stops in total and a many things to discover. Old taverns, vibrant tapas and great local drinks, everything is included in the price and the fun is guaranteed.
This experience is a great way to really discover the culture through the local food and drinks and also by mixing with the crowd. Our expert guides are foodies willing to share their passion for food with you. The tour that we have designed for you is a selection of some different venues that will give you a great overview of the type of places you can find in the city. With us you will visit these places you would never have found by yourself and also taste some fresh and local products that many tourist don't know. All that, in the best atmosphere.
Get a taste of the delicious food culture of Malaga during this walking tour of the city’s numerous tapas bars and artisan culinary creators. Come hungry as you experience the gastronomic culture of this southern Spanish city as told through its chefs and shopkeepers, savoring hand-crafted foodstuffs like local-style marinated olives, fried fish, and regional wine. You also visit the bustling Atarazanas Market and learn how a local chef is reinventing traditional cuisine with a modern twist. Additional attraction include a local expert ‘food sherpa’ guide, as well as seven tastings and four drinks.
Explore Seville’s most enchanting historic quarters and iconic monuments on an evening walking tour. Learn about the city’s long and many-layered history from a local guide while strolling through the winding medieval streets of the Santa Cruz neighborhood. As twilight washes over the city, settle into a table at a highly rated restaurant in the old Jewish quarter for an authentic dinner of Spanish tapas and drinks.
The best thing about traveling is to try new gastronomies, don't you think?
Seville is the world's top city, tapas in Seville is a classic, and there is a great variety of taverns, still lifes, bars and restaurants where you can have a good fried fish, bull's tail, serranito, salmorejo, serrano ham, pavia, carrillá, and of course a good Jerez wine or a cool beer.
Follow the example of the Sevillians and spend an afternoon between tapas bars on this 3-hour tour. With an expert local guide, you will learn about the history of Spanish cuisine and discover the pleasure of eating tapas on your visit to three of the best bars in Seville.
You will walk with your guide and chatting about Andalusian cuisine and the incursion of "tapas" on the international scene until you reach the first bar.
The tour ends at the third bar, leaving you perfectly located in case you would like to continue eating at your leisure around the center of Seville. Discover the best gastronomy in Seville!
Our authentic tapas bar crawl offers you the opportunity to try the best traditional food in Granada and sample the city through its dishes and drinks. Your local guide will share Granada’s history and secrets with, as you visit some of the most authentic tapas bars in the city. Our goal is to make you live a tapas crawling just like local people, away from the most touristic venues. Be prepared for new tastes and flavours with the best company. A great experience for foodies!
Your host, Bea, grew up in the Granada region and has since returned after living in the United Kingdom for several years. Her passion and talent for gastronomy and Spanish food encouraged her to begin hosting travelers and sharing her expertise. She loves to welcome new people into her town and is excited to make your trip to Granada unforgettable!
Sherry is not only a drink but an experience. Guided tour to discover both the vineyard and the wine cellars. So we learn first hand everything about the production of Sherry Wine and Sherry Vinegar. Of course, we also take time to taste these wines, preferably straight from the barrel. This tour is designed only for small groups – I prefer a familiar atmosphere.
We are the most specialised guides in flamenco since we are all professional dancers and singers ourselves who are very active on our own flamenco stage, and as well internationally with our dancecompanies. We will always try to book the dancer you will see on stage that night to host the whole evening for you. Flamenco is a lifestyle, and meeting up with friends to have a bite and enjoy flamenco go hand in hand. Most flamenco artists know exactly where to get the best specialties. We loveto share our own experiences, point out facts about the neighborhood and share a very nice,intimate flamenco experience with you
Travelers will taste local and artisanal products in a very popular bar in the Jewish quarter of Seville, a bar that is not for tourists, in which the people of the neighborhood spend their time. They will have the opportunity to know a genuine, authentic and particular environment. An experience to live the city as a local more. The bar waiters will exonerate the menu and guide you through this experience.
You will be cooking at a historical flamenco cave, where gypsies used to live for many decades and even centuries! We have the newest technology in the kitchen, which may surprise you once you see the contrast between new and traditional.
You will enjoy a three-course meal: tortilla de patatas, paella and crema catalana.
At La Terraza del Cristina we welcome you with a glass of Sherry Wine while you enjoy the views of Seville from our rootfop. Also, Sherry Wine is accompained with appetizers from the region which our host will let you know about all of them (processing, history, types...)
Meanwhile, our chef will be cooking the Paella you will be able to enjoy at our rooftop. (sometimes the chef will be cooking it at our kitchen in which you will be able to see the process). Finally, you will get to eat this delicious paella at our rooftop while enjoying the views of this majestic city.
About your host, Victor: "We are a team of professionally trained chefs that teach and cook in our kitchen inside the Triana food market, where we get all the best, freshest ingredients. Not only will you enjoy great Spanish food, but you'll also participate and learn all of the recipes."
EatWith is the world’s leading community for authentic food experiences with locals, in 130+ countries. Through dinner parties, supper clubs, cooking classes, and food tours in private homes and special venues, EatWith connects hand-selected local hosts with travelers seeking unique, immersive food experiences.
If you want to learn a new skill that you can put to use at your next dinner party, make the most of your time in Granada with this mixology workshop, where you learn to mix fantastic drinks. Join your group at a local cocktail bar and restaurant, and follow along as you prepare six different cocktails. Best of all, you can taste your delicious creations, and even get tips on setting up a bar at home.
Our Pueblo Craft Beer Tasting consists of our own limited beer releases as well as guest craft brews of some of the best craft beer from our brewing friends across Spain.
Try our tasting flight along with our optional famous cheese board, a selection of three artisan Spanish cheeses – perfect for sharing!
Get a true insider's look at Seville and its gastronomy and culture with this local meal, hosted by a family. The 3-hour extravaganza features local and regional food, including wine. Get a glimpse of the real Seville during this fun three-course meal.
The idea of this intimate tour is for travelers to experience what it's like to "tapear," or to go for tapas with a group of friends. Solo travelers as well as couples and small groups will enjoy this authentic Sevillian experience with your friendly and knowledgeable English-speaking guide.
Family wine tourism very close to Seville, far from the large tourist and overcrowded wineries of Jerez de la Frontera or Puerto de Santa María. An experience designed to know the winemaking tradition of southern Spain in a family atmosphere and quiet in the small town of Umbrete.
Learn how to make exquisite Paella and Sangria step by step and then dine on your creations on a hidden rooftop with amazing views of Seville!
• Cook and feast on a meat or vegan Paella
• Wine and beer are included
• Communal dining for 2 to 10 people
I am the owner of a olive trees farm in the countryside. I will show you all the process about the olive oil, whitout to take the road. And you will learn a lot of things about Cordoba and non tourist life, and of course about the olive oil.
We will do a 10 stop to explain about organic groceries, one tradicional market, the street of tribute of the bread, the street of Olive Oil, the Club of Jewellers, the vinegar street, old advertisement in the wines from the Montilla-Moriles D.O. After, we will move to the area where in the past the majority of people was trader of species, focus in peppers.