Of course, there are varieties of tapas—flavors change from place to place and from bar to bar. The setting varies, too. Sometimes one will sit for tapas and other times one will stand. (Rest assured, the ambience is as much a part of the experience as the meal itself.) But in the end, the best tapas is the one surrounded by good company. And to enjoy the best tapas experience is the singular goal of the White Umbrella Tapas Tour.
We are tourists, indeed, but we will be sitting (and standing!) next to local Sevillians all the while. This is where they eat and drink and we know why. So let us show you.
For obvious reasons, we have enjoyed curating this tour perhaps more than any other, and relish every opportunity to pass along this expertise. We make three stops at our favorite locales and all of the food and drinks are included. The menu typically includes ‘’Sirloin with Whiskey,’’ “La Pringá,’’and “La Carillada” (spinach with chickpeas). And we drink! Here comes the “the rebujito” and refreshingly cool beer.
And because we visit only the most authentic of tapas bars in Seville, prepare to find yourself surrounded by traditional Sevillian atmosphere, to stand (or sit!) among the bullfighters and other curiosities. (The waiters keep tabs on the bar with chalk—they really do.)
Of course, while we are enjoying tapas, perhaps we ought to learn a little bit about it at the same time, right? What is its origin? How does tapas vary from place to place? This and many more questions are answered for you every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday over the course of two lovely and filling hours of food, drink, and reverie. Join us.
- Tapa’s story.
- Gastronomy in Seville.
- Three of the most traditional bars in the city.
- The history of the places.
- Orange wine origin.
- History of the wine
- Varieties of tapas
- Anecdotes and Sevillian myths and much more…
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