Make your way to the Plaza del Arenal to meet your personal tapas guide for 12pm departure. Set out on foot through the historic center of Jerez as the guide shares a bit of the region’s fascinating history and cuisine, and the origins of Andalusia’s most classic dishes.
You’ll duck into two local bars to try a drink and tapa—don’t miss a glass of the city’s own sherry—and soak up the bustling atmosphere of the lunchtime crowd. The dishes vary with season, but some local favorites include ajo caliente or hot garlic, a rich oxtail stew, pork rinds, garbanzo beans, and riñones al Jerez, kidneys served in a sherry sauce.
Some dishes are throwbacks to a more traditional time in Jerez, and dishes vary from town to town, creating a nuanced culinary landscape. After your time walking and eating the the heart of historic Jerez, this tour concludes at the original departure point.