The Ultimate Self-Guided Tapas Tour in Seville, Spain

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  • Sevilla

  • Spain

  • Active Travel

  • Arts & Culture

  • Sightseeing

  • Local Food

  • Local Culture

Outdoor sitting with people of a bar named Bar el comercio.
Curator’s statement

Tapas are more than just a culinary tradition in Southern Spain; they're a way of life. These small, flavorful dishes represent the heart and soul of Spanish culture, encouraging communal dining and leisurely conversations. In Seville, the tapas scene thrives, offering a vibrant array of flavors and experiences. There's no better way to get a taste of the city than through a tapas tour!

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Places to eat & drink in Sevilla, Spain

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El Commercio

Kick off your tapas adventure at El Commercio. They are known for their churros and they servce the local beer in ice cold terra cotta mugs- just like the old days!

Patio San Eloy

Next stop, Patio San Eloy (the original on Calle San Eloy!) This bustling tapas bar is known for its energy and array of choices. Grab a couple tapas and a cana (small beer like a local) and take a seat up on the authentic steps.

La Fresquita

Venture to La Fresquita for a truly local experience. The place is tiny, but if you can't get a spot at the standing room-only bar, you can enjoy your tapas and drinks in the street. The inside is a shrine to Semana Santa (Holy Week) and it just oozes Sevilla's culture. Grab a tapa and Tinto de Verano and enjoy!

Bar Alfalfa

Bar Alfalfa sits on one of my favorite little squares and is muy typico of Seville. All of their tapas are awesome and you'll be surrounded by locals.

El Rinconcillo

This bar's claim to fame is that it's the oldest bar in Europe. It is so classic, filled with locals, and the tapas are awesome. Stand at the bar with a local sherry and watch the mesero slice the jamon behind the bar.

Tapas to try

  • Espinacas con garbanzos (spinach and garbanzo beans)

  • Salmorejo (Creamy gazpacho)

  • Churros

  • Jamon de Iberico (their famous ham!)

  • Cazon en adobo (marinated and fried dog fish)

  • Pringa montadito (little sandwich with pulled pork)

  • Croquettas

To drink

  • Canas (small beers- there's only one real type)

  • Cruz Campo or Tinto de Verano- a refreshing wine and club soda drink!)

Need to Know

Looking for more travel inspiration? Check out my guide, 4-Day Adventure Itinerary in Montezuma, Costa Rica. This guide is part of our ongoing series on travel to Sevilla.

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This guide is part of our ongoing series on travel to Seville.