Learn to cook authentic Spanish food at a 3.5/4 hour cooking class in Seville, and take home a unique souvenir from your time in Spain. Prepare, and…
The best way to experience Seville is through its food. At a professional cooking studio in the city, learn hands-on how to prepare some typical…
This three-hour Spanish cookery class will teach you how to prepare a traditional four-course menu, consisting of soup, entree, main dish, and…
Tapas go from appetizers to sophisticated cuisine, served in a small portion. This 3.5 hours hands-on Andalusian cooking class consists of the…
Enjoy a hands-on Spanish and Andalusian cooking class. Try something different on your visit to Seville and learn how to cook classic local dishes.…
Attractions in Seville
- 1Alcázar of Seville
- 2Alcázar of Seville
- 3Seville Cathedral
- 5Triana Neighborhood
- 6Plaza de España
- 7Torre del Oro
- 8Parque de María Luisa
- 9Plaza de America
- 10Alameda de Hercules
- 11Teatro de la Maestranza
- 12Isla Mágica
- 13Santa Cruz Neighborhood
- 14Isla La Cartuja
- 15Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza
- 16Antigua Fábrica de Tabacos
- 17Monasterio de la Cartuja
- 18Jardines de Murillo
- 19Plaza del Triunfo
- 20Metropol Parasol
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What People Are Saying About Seville
Very welcoming and informative class! Good was authentic and excellent! This is a MUST to experience! You will not be disappointed!!!
we purchased our food with Esther and then had a great time cooking and eating. It was the best!
This experience was one of the highlights of our long weekend. We are a couple in our late 20s and decided to sign up for the activity to get an insight into Sevillian life. We were a little apprehensive that this would be typical tourist trap where we would be moved like cattle from one part of Seville to the other, it was the opposite! Davide and Nesto were great, they introduced us to the markets in Seville pointing out different places where locals eat and drink along the way. As we walked through the cobbled streets they also gave us a bit of a history lesson and were willing to speak to us in Spanish when we asked (as we are learning). The kitchen was located in a modern artists' quarter, all of the local artists welcomed us in to have a look around and chat. We made sangria and four different tapas as part of the activity, and throughout there was no time pressure to leave. It was very relaxing and we felt as though we were with friends rather than on a course!