Pick between a weekday or Saturday excursion, and then meet your guide at the appointed time in the early evening at Seville’s Plaza Nueva, next to the statue of King Fernando III.
Begin your evening by snacking at two family-run taverns, where you’ll sample Spanish delicacies like ham made from acorn-fed Iberian pigs and a selection of local wines. As you eat, your guide will share details about the culture and customs of Spanish tapas, followed by an introduction to the history of flamenco dance culture and its connections to Seville.
Following your tasty appetizer, head to a 15th-century building in Seville’s Santa Cruz area to enjoy a magical flamenco dance performance. Enjoy the drama and graceful movements of this unique Spanish music and dance style featuring world-class performers and top-notch musicians.
After your flamenco experience, head to another family-run tapas spot, where you’ll enjoy more mouth-watering tapas, wine, and dessert. You’ll end your evening back at your original meeting point.