Make your way to central Seville, where you’ll meet a guide and small group for a 9pm departure. Get your bearings in the Triana neighborhood on a short walk through the town, then visit the first tapas bar of the evening for a small plate and drink.
Seville-style tapas vary with the season, but you’ll have the chance to try classic dishes such as carne en salsa, or sauced meat, papas con mojo picón, or spicy potatoes, and pescaito frito, a traditional fish preparation that’s beloved in southern Spain. You’ll see some of Triana’s classic sights along the way, from the colorful Calle Betis to Calle Pureza and the walkways that line the Guadalquivir River.
An evening of Spanish tapas isn’t complete without drinks, and you can toast your group with three different drinks that are included in this tour. Your three-hour tapas tour concludes at the original departure point.