May 12, 2017

Tasting Triana Tour

Triana, on the west bank of the Guadalquivir River, remains one of Sevilla’s most unique and distinctive barrios, though Trianeros feel strongly that it is actually a separate entity altogether. Triana is well-known for its traditional pottery and tile industry and a vibrant flamenco culture. It is also the home of many excellent tapas bars.

Our Tasting Triana Tour starts off at the Triana Market where we’ll have a stroll around while you learn about the history of the market as well as viewing the fresh fish, meats and produce on display. After sampling some delicious Ibérico ham with a glass of chilled fino sherry, you’ll head off to three of Triana’s best loved tapas bars, two traditional and one modern, taking you through the barrio’s little side streets and along bustling pedestrianized areas.

The price – 75€ per person – includes Ibérico ham and sherry at the market and selected tapas and drinks at the other three bars. If you would like anything extra just let your guide know and they will help you order and pay at the bar, though most people find 4 drinks and 5 tapas make a very satisfying meal.  NOTE: this tour is not available during August and is not suitable for children or people with dietary restrictions.

The Tasting Triana Tour is available 12.30 – 4.00 pm Tuesday-Wednesday and Friday-Saturday, with groups limited to a maximum of 8 people to keep them personal. The tour begins and finishes at the Triana Market. At the end you’ll get some written information on where and what to eat, and other tips on enjoying your stay in Seville.

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