Trip Planning: The Seville Edition
Join Seville local María as she shares her local insight so you learn how to plan the trip of a lifetime to Seville.
NOTICE:Please note that the times available for this experience are in CET (Central European Time). To check the time in your local timezone check this timezone converter. All experiences are hosted through Zoom.
- Virtually travel to Seville and spend an hour with María, a Seville local who is passionate about all things food, drink and culture.
- Get insider local tips to plan the best trip ever to Seville and enhance your time in the city.
- Discover the different neighborhoods to stay in and why they might be perfect for your trip
- Get María’s top tips for eating and drinking in Seville—where to go and what to eat! in a responsible way and see a truly authentic side to the city
- Learn how to visit Seville in a responsible way and see a truly authentic side to the city
- This experience is part of The Spanish Food Lover Bundle two delicious Spanish foodie experiences, plus a FREE gift valued at €19.
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Please note that the times available for this experience are in CET (Central European Time). To check the time in your local timezone check this timezone converter.
Spain’s southern region, Andalusia, is one of the country’s must-visit destinations and what better place to visit than its capital Seville. Known for its foot-stamping flamenco, tapas in century-old bars, hot summer days which call for siestas, and its fascinating Moorish past, you can’t get more quintessentially Spanish than this. But as often is the case, this city is best visited with a little bit of local insight to help you navigate the local customs and culture as this is a city where tradition and culture run deep.
Join Seville local María as she takes you through her top tips to plan the trip of a lifetime to Seville. You’ll learn the different neighborhoods to stay in and why–or why not!–they might work for you, how to visit responsibly and see an authentic side of Seville (including the top local picks for flamenco shows!), the best ways to visit the Royal Alcazar and Cathedral so you avoid the masses, and of course, her top tips for eating well in Seville, the bars and restaurants not to miss and what you can’t leave without trying!
About Our Expert Guides
Born and raised in Seville, María has been showing guests around her city ever since completing her history degree. She has won local trivia competitions about Semana Santa on TV and is known among for friends for making the best “croquetas de puchero” in town!Meet them here!