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Seville: 3.5-Hour Spanish Cooking Class & Triana Market Tour

1. Seville: 3.5-Hour Spanish Cooking Class & Triana Market Tour

There’s no better way to understand the culinary wealth of Seville and Spain than by entering the kitchen, as you’ll see on this 3.5-hour cooking class and market tour. A professional chef will teach you how to cook traditional local dishes during a class that you’re sure to find educational as well as entertaining. The cooking school is located in the Triana Market, the perfect place to buy fresh local ingredients. Before the workshop starts, you’ll be taken on a guided visit of the market and hear a short explanation of its history and products. Sangria will be served to the group and you’ll have the opportunity to get to know each other while you’re cooking. During the meal that follows the class you’ll be served 2 additional drinks (beer or wine). You’ll prepare the following menu: Salmorejo (chilled tomato soup) or gazpacho Spinach with chickpeas or huevos a la flamenca Paella, as the main course Light dessert (such as lemon sorbet with cava)

Seville: Tapas, Taverns, and History Walking Tour

2. Seville: Tapas, Taverns, and History Walking Tour

Your tour kicks off at one of the most charismatic taverns in the city, which was founded at the beginning of the 1900s. There you will taste a few typical dishes such as flaming chorizo, served just as they did 100 years ago by being accompanied with refreshing artisan vermouth straight from the barrel. Walking through the historic streets of Seville and along the old Moorish souk, you will see the secrets of the fragrances of Seville before visiting a local bakery to see traditional cakes which are made from old recipes by artisans. The next stop is to one of the best-known bars in Seville, having trading since 1942. It is there that politicians, writers, and artists congregate, and its owner was given the Medal of the City in 2018. Finally, your last stop is a restaurant where tradition and modern influences are combined, Andalusian and International fusion intertwined. Throughout the entire tour you will be accompanied by a local guide who will share their expertise and passion for local culture and Sevillian cuisine.

Seville: Triana Market Tour with Tastings

3. Seville: Triana Market Tour with Tastings

Enjoy a tour of Triana Market, one of the oldest and most charming markets in Seville. You will sample many gastronomic delights of Andalusia and Spain. Learn about local and seasonal products, and taste a mouth-watering range of foods including Iberian ham, olives, Manchego and Andalusian cheese, seasonal fruits, sweets, and more. Some of the tastings will be accompanied by local wines and beer. Your guide will also explain the fascinating history of the market, and you will meet many vendors who have been there for generations. You are encouraged to try everything on the tour, as it is based around selected tastings that best exemplify the local ingredients and cuisine. Please, advise of any dietary restrictions or allergies. Vegetarian substitutions are not possible.

Seville: Andalusian Tapas Class

4. Seville: Andalusian Tapas Class

This hands-on Andalusian cooking class will include the preparation of 4 traditional tapas, followed at the end by a local dessert wine.  Classes are taught by a professionally trained chef in English. The ingredients used are fresh and seasonal since the school is located inside the Triana food market. During the class, guests have the chance to get involved in the preparation of the dishes, guided by the expert cook. Classes are designed for both novice and experienced cooks that will be able to learn and develop new techniques and skills. The menu you cook will consist of 4 tapas from the following list, depending on the season: • Salmorejo or Gazpacho • Spanish omelet   • Spinach on garlic toast • Huevos a la Flamenca • Iberian pork cheeks stew • Codfish in batter or codfish croquettes • Shrimps in garlic oil All ingredients or utensils are provided by the school. Sangria and table olives are served during class, and at the end, guests eat what has been cooked, accompanied by up to two drinks (Spanish wine, beer or soft drinks) and a final dessert wine. All of the recipes used can be adapted to any dietary restriction. Please advise in advance if a change to the menu is required. Once back home, you will be able to practice what you have learned as you will be given written recipes and lots of tips.

Seville: Tastes, Tapas, and Traditions Food Tour

5. Seville: Tastes, Tapas, and Traditions Food Tour

Start your morning off in true Sevillian fashion at a local food market. First, fuel-up with a hot café con leche then walk the market stalls and learn how locals shop for the best seasonal produce. Before leaving the market you’ll taste Spain’s most prized gem — cured acorn-fed Ibérico Ham. Next up, it’s time for a tasty breakfast treat. Wind your way to a bar that’s over 100 years old, serving Seville’s best deep fried churros. Continue through the historic Alfalfa neighborhood where your expert guide will provide insider information on some of the city’s biggest cultural events. Next is a stop at a local baker, something many visitors miss simply because they don’t know it exists. Then, head to a local bar that also serves as an unofficial museum for all things related to Seville’s famous holy week. Here, you’ll taste two variations of small sandwiches, known as montaditos. On the way to your next food stop, you’ll see some of Seville’s must-see sights before arriving at a takeaway shop specializing in freshly fried food. Here you can taste the most popular food at Seville’s April Fair: Fried dogfish paired with a refreshing glass of Spanish white wine The next stop is at one of the city’s most beloved family-run tapas bars where you’ll fall in love with its traditional feel and home-cooked food. Round off a morning of eating with an unforgettable dessert, the best way to end the culinary crawl through Seville.

From Seville: Private Guided Day Trip to Cádiz and Jerez

6. From Seville: Private Guided Day Trip to Cádiz and Jerez

You'll be picked up from your chosen location in Seville and first head off to Jerez which will take round 1 hour. You'll have time visit the Its old quarter where you'll see the Alcázar de Jerez, a Moorish fortress founded in the 11th century. On Tuesdays and Thursdays there is a typical Andalusian horse dance show that can be watched at The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art, a famed riding school with also a carriage museum. Lunch can be held in a bar where you can enjoy an exciting flamenco show and taste the local sherry, from the so-called Sherry Triangle lying to the west of Jerez. From Jerez you'll then head over to Cadíz, a road trip that'll take approximately 40 minutes, you'll receive a tour around the city lasting between 3 and 4 hours, you can expect to visit; -The neighbourhood of El Populo, the oldest inhabited neighbourhood in Europe -Roman theatre -Cathedral of Cadíz -Fish Market, one of the oldest markets in all of Spain -Tavira tower, the Camera Obscura -La Vina, a neighbourhood full of legends -La Caleta Beach where we will watch the spectacular sunset. After a day full of activities, you can relax in the car as we make our journey back to Seville which will take around 1 hour 20 mins.

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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 7 reviews

My partner and I took part in the cooking class while on his 30th birthday trip, and I must say it was the most enjoyable activity for our whole holiday. The tour at the beginning was especially informative and we haven’t stopped telling everyone at home. Now we are waiting to have people round to make a traditional paella and not “rice with things”! Sabrina was very knowledgeable and was happy to answer questions through the session and Dominic was a brilliant and patient chef who had a great love and passion for Spanish food and drink! Thanks again! George & Megan!

A fantastic experience. Informative and fun. Both guide Daniela and chef Dome were super friendly and supportive. I recommend it and would definitely do it again. A short tour throught he market, preparing the food from scratch and then eating it while chatting with other tourists ... great idea ... We really enjoyed every minute of the 3,5 hours.

Chef Victoria and Sabrina were fabulous! Sabrina took us around the triana market and gave us good history and Victoria was impressive in guiding us to make all the meals. really worth it. Great experience. Great group of people.

Everything perfect, tried really great tapas that we would never have ordered. Beautiful hours spent in a fun atmosphere!

Really great inclusive cookery class. A great lunch treat - learn and eat what you cook! Great value for money.