Witness the incandescent beauty of Seville by night on a 4-hour evening tour that includes a flamboyant flamenco show. With a knowledgeable guide, travel through the Illuminated city streets by air-conditioned coach and see legendary attractions like Torre del Oro, Plaza de España and the Royal Palace shrouded in luminescent light. Conclude with an electrifying flamenco show in the renowned Tablao El Arenal and select between a refreshing drink, wine and tapas or a gourmet 3-course meal as you watch the show.
4-hour evening Seville sightseeing tour and flamenco show
Enjoy a panoramic coach tour of Seville’s floodlit landmarks
See top Seville attractions such as the Royal Palace and Plaza de España illuminated against the night sky
Visit the famous Tablao El Arenal, one of Seville’s iconic flamenco haunts
Watch a fiery flamenco show, performed by some of Andalucia's best dancers, singers and musicians
Choose to enjoy a drink, wine and tapas, or a 3-course dinner with the show
Drink in the atmosphere of a traditionally Andalucian, wood-beamed flamenco bar
Why Travelers Choose This Tour
Covers lots of bases in a night with a sightseeing drive, flamenco show, and optional dinner or tapas.
Commence your talismanic tour of the city by night with hotel pickup or meet your guide in a central location. Sink into the comfortable seat of your air-conditioned coach and gaze out of the window at Seville’s main sights illuminated against the inky blackness of the night sky. See the Royal Palace bathed in incandescent light and marvel at the ethereal atmosphere in Plaza de España, a majestic sprawl famed for its azulejo mosaics. Cruise parallel to the banks of the Guadalquivir River and see other luminescent landmarks like the Tower of Gold and Seville Bullring, the world’s oldest bullfighting venue. On arrival in the charming El Arenal neighborhood, disembark and head inside the atmospheric Tablao El Arenal, a renowned flamenco tavern that attracts some of the city’s most talented dancers. Take your seat and hear an expectant hush descend over the audience as a colorfully clothed troupe of dancers arrive on stage. Feel the pulsating rhythm of live singing and guitar music and marvel at the fine-tuned skill and raw emotion demonstrated by the performers. While watching the spectacle, feast on either tapas and wine, a 3-course gourmet meal, or sip a refreshing drink, depending on the option selected at booking. Please see the Itinerary section for a sample menu. When the show reaches its cathartic conclusion, return to your awaiting vehicle and relax during the journey back to your original departure point.
Sample Menus: Tapas selections (choice of one): • Sliced avocado and prawns with cocktail sauce • Toast with ham and salmorejo (chilled tomato soup) with drops of virgin olive oil • Slices of Spanish omelette • Supreme of salmon with brandy sauce • Grilled Iberian pork sirloin with sauceDessert: • Chocolate or vanilla ice cream Dinner Menu: First course (choice of one): • Salmorejo (chilled tomato soup) with cured Spanish ham and egg • Vegetable mille-feuille (flaky pastry layers) au gratin with goat's cheese • Avocado salad with shrimp and cocktail sauce • crambled eggs with potatoes, young garlic and grilled scallops • Fresh melon with cured Spanish hamMain course (choice of one): • Grilled salmon with steamed potatoes and dill mayonnaise • Grilled hake with tartare sauce • Iberian sirloin grilled with garnish • Roman-style squid (deep-fried squid in batter) • Supreme grilled chicken with barbecue sauce • Grilled beef tenderloin with garnish • Duck confit with apple sauceDessert (choice of one): • Apple pie with vanilla ice cream • Tocino de cielo (set, flan-like custard made with egg yolks and syrup) with cream • Fresh fruit salad • Dark chocolate mousse with caramel
Flamenco really nice! Tour through city was medium.
, May 2019
We really liked the Flamenco show. Great dancers. We booked with the tapas menu and a free drink, but we got really got enough, It looked like the tapas menu was larger that the dinner menu. We also had a bottle of wine and water, and also a cup of tea and an drink extra, dessert included!!!
The bus tour was not much. The guide was like a audio tour, she talked 3 languages but talked really vast. We got of at one spot.
I can advise the Flamenco show, but not the tour before.
The show was amazing, worth the money. We took the dinner option and it was the way to go. You received a 3 course meal and all drinks were free. We had a white and red bottle of wine as we had different tastes- me and my partner. The only real site seeing we did was Plaza de Espana were we got off and took a walk. The other site seeing was on the air conditioned van, which was really nice.
A night tour consisted of a quick visit to the Alcazar where you were given 15 minutes to explore. The time on the sheet said the Flamenco Show started at 8:30. That's not correct, we didn't even get to the show until well after 8:30p. You are seated, someone comes and asks for your drink order unless you upgrade to tapas and then you wait an HOUR for your drink. Which gets delivered in the middle of the show. They are too busy taking your photos and then passing them around trying to get you to buy them. This was terrible and I would find another show.
I've seen flamenco show in Spain before but it was very plain. This one was wow. We started the evening by walking around in Seville. I did not the morning sightseeing so it was a bit repeating what I saw. Then the guide dropped us off at the theatre. We were seated right away and served with wine. There were three of us all selecting tapas. We enjoyed the food. The flamenco show had profound skills and impressive dancing. One gentleman was obviously the star performer. We were told that flamenco was originated in Andalucia region and Seville is the capital. That is the reason flamenco here more original and the best.
The bus picked us up at the hotel. Very punctual and the guide was great. She was very nice and knew a lot about Sevilla. The tour was a bit short, though, but ok. The Flamenco show disappointed me. If you want to see Ballet, you get Ballet tickets. It was not a Tablado Flamenco what we have got. You could see that from 0-15 dancers, only 2 where really the good ones. Principal dancers. The food was correct. The waiters where really nice and always taking care of us. After the show, a girl came to our table talking about trip advisor and suggested sharing our experience. Did not feel comfortable with that situation, besides the fact she was one of the dancers and you could tell she was not Spanish. To me this is unacceptable. I can see flamenco by a foreigner anywhere, If I go to Sevilla and get tickets for a tablado Flamenco, I want local people dancing. There is a huge difference.
Hope you choose for the future a better performance / event. If you sell Flamenco, you cannot give a mix of Flamenco and Ballet.
The show was great but book it yourself. The night tour was appalling, it was given in three languages but sounded more like a constant drone and it wasnt until I recognised a word that I realised it was the English part. In the show a photographer took photos and brought them back to us during the show and expected us to choose there and then by torch light. I was very annoyed at the disturbance to the show.
We had a fantastic night...! The evening city tour wasn't great because of inclement weather, some roads having closed due to fallen trees, but the Flamenco show certainly made up for this....!,
The food was OK, but not great we had the 3 course option but the staff were attentive, helpful and very polite.
The dancers were OUTSTANDING...! colourful, energetic and passionate and performed non-stop for 90 minutes ending in a standing ovation.
The guide and also driver were very knowledgeable, and also helpful and polite.
A great night out.I would recommend this to all visitors to Seville.
The night tour was driving around in a bus with tinted windows so you could only really see your reflection with someone speaking really quickly on a microphone which went in and out. Very little passion or interest.
The Flamenco show was lame. Definitely a tourist trap. Only folks there were other tours. Food was a so so. Several of the dancers costumes were coming apart while they were dancing. I give it a 2 because it offered a lot of comic relief for my family... I paid for it, so it wasn't that funny to me.