Flamenco and Tapas

The local tour to discover the most typical of Seville

Go for tapas in Triana, get a flamenco lesson & enjoy a show

Main stops in Triana Quarter

Main food market of Triana

Saint George Castle / Main seat and prison of the Inquisition

Betis Street

Chapel of the Sailors

Santa Ana Church

Flamenco Triana Theater, Pureza St.

Main stops in Arenal district

Golden Tower (Torre del Oro)

Magellan’s Exhibition Center

Maestranza Theater

Real Maestranza Bullring

Puente de Isabel II (Triana Bridge)


What you should know…

Fixed price per group

Basic 2 hours TRIANA & MAGELLAN

The tickets to Magellan Exhibition and access to the Nao Victoria replica are not included:

Regular rate: 6 € / Children under 10: 3 € / Minors under 5: free entrance

Basic + 45 minutes BULLRING

The tickets to Magellan Exhibition and access to the Nao Victoria replica are not includedRegular rate: 6 € / Children under 10: 3 € / Minors under 5: free entrance

The tickets to the Bullring are not included: Regular rate: 10 € adults / 6 € students and retired

Basic + 1 hour TAPAS

The tickets to Magellan Exhibition and access to the Nao Victoria replica are not includedRegular rate: 6 € / Children under 10: 3 € / Minors under 5: free entrance

Tapas and beverages per person: 10 € adults / 5 € children under 14 years

Basic + 1 h 45 min FLAMENCO LESSON & SHOW

Flamenco Show: 1 hour

Flamenco Lesson: 45 minutes (optional)

The tickets to Magellan Exhibition and access to the Nao Victoria replica are not includedRegular rate: 6 € / Children under 10: 3 € / Minors under 5: free entrance

Flamenco show: Adults: 25 € / Students and retirees: 20 € / Children: 15 €


Flamenco lesson & show: 59 € per person

Meeting point

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At the river, behind the Golden Tower (Torre del Oro).

Indoors that you visit

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Chapel of the Sailors

Main food market of Triana

Prison of the Inquisition

Bullring of Royal Cavalry Armory of Seville (if hired)

Flamenco Triana Theater (if hired)

The most authentic quarters

El Arenal is the main seat of the Maestranza Theater and Plaza de Toros (Bullring) of Seville. Along with Triana, this district witnessed the arrival of gold, silver and new products from America after Columbus discovered it. It was also from here that Magellan departed to the Moluccas for a troubled but successful expedition. On the other hand, these two quarters regretted the move of the powerful House of Trade to Cádiz, watched with distress the vicious procedures of the Holy Office of the Inquisition, located in Saint George’s Castle. Even further back in time, in the 9th century AD, Triana and Arenal suffered the violent arrival of the Vikings.

In this local tour we will cross the Guadalquivir -the famous River Baetis during the Roman times- on a journey that will take us to Triana for a better knowledge of the different guilds over there – craftsmen, leather workers, potters, wineskin workers, as well as fishermen who lived and worked here. This navigable river generated a great naval and fishing activity at the dock, with the protection and devotion of the Virgin Esperanza de Triana, currently located in the Chapel of the Sailors.

Brimming with history and art and deeply beloved by every Sevillian, Triana district is in addition the actual birthplace of flamenco and bullfighting, and hence it offers the visitor the most intimate vision of the city.

To get this, first of all we’ll visit a food market and taste delicious tapas in different local bars in the most popular neighborhood of the capital. A fantastic itinerary to try the famous ‘pescaíto frito’ (fried fish), savour typical stews from Seville, enjoy a tasty cheese board and cured ‘jamón ibérico’ (Iberian ham), or choose either ‘gazpacho’ or ‘salmorejo’ (tomato soup or tomato cream, respectively) to know what you like the most. We’ll tell you about the origins of these dishes, their classic recipes and all the curiosities that surround this traditional way of snacking.

The flamenco show takes place in a very cozy spot – the Teatro Flamenco Triana (Flamenco Triana Theater), which offers an extensive repertoire of shows performed by a cast of the best artists of the moment. The theater has one hundred seats, a perfect number for a private atmosphere so that you can enjoy a personal, exciting and truly touching evening.

Take a look at the Guadalquivir river and recall the whole extension of Seville’s history on its everflowing waters – find out how the Inquisition worked, jump onto a journey with Columbus or around the world with Magellan and Elcano, learn about the hard life of the local artisans -tiling and the former ceramic factories-, bring back to the memory the neighbours’ meetings in the past –the authentic houses with yards or ‘corrales de vecinos’ where people used to live and the flamenco charm was born. And everything dressed with the delicious flavor of the local bars in this most exquisite tour!

Enjoy Andalusian gastronomy and the flamenco dance show on this unforgettable route throughout Triana, the Sevillian neighborhood par excellence, and get the essence of their daily life. Be a part of the most genuine character of an entire city.

FAQ of this tour

Is the price per person?

No, the rate is per group, and it’s shown with VAT included. Entrance fees to monuments are not included. Extras such as tapas, flamenco show, dance lessons or tickets to the bullring are shown per person.

How many people can form the group?

For your convenience and because of the management of the visit we admit groups up to 30 people per guide.

Is the visit on foot?

Yes, every tourist attraction is on the way. If necessary, there’s the option of taking a cab to cross the bridge.

Are there any additional costs not included in the price of the visit?

The use of headphones is recommended, since you can better follow the explanations and indications of the guide. The total cost of this optional service is 1,00 € per person.

Where is the meeting point?

At the river, behind the Torre del Oro (Golden Tower), at the agreed time. We can also pick you up at your hotel or apartment if it’s in or next to the old town. Let us know!

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