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  • Flamenco Dance Museum: Show with Optional Museum Ticket

    1. Flamenco Dance Museum: Show with Optional Museum Ticket

    See Spain's national dance brought to life at a thrillingly-authentic flamenco performance, with a troupe of expert dancers showing off their skills in the 18th-century courtyard of Seville's Flamenco Dance Museum. Tap your feet and lose yourself in the fiery rhythms and sensual dance moves of the folk art that has become a timeless tradition. Seville's Flamenco Dance Museum has been delighting visitors and locals for decades with its sensational live performances. Head to one of the last remaining Ecijanos courtyards in Seville and experience a dance extravaganza that will leave you breathless. Treat yourself to an intimate performance featuring traditional Alegrías, long-train dresses, swirling shawls, and clicking castanets, specially choreographed by legendary flamenco dancer and museum founder Cristina Hoyos. With amazing live music, dramatic theatrical lighting, and a backdrop of...

    Any visitor to Seville should include this show in their plans. Awesome talented performers and wonderful live music.

  • Seville: Exclusive River Boat Tour with Tapas

    2. Seville: Exclusive River Boat Tour with Tapas

    Board a boat in central Seville and embark on a 1-hour cruise along the Guadalquivir River. First, discover the newest part of the city around the area of La Cartuja Island. Listen to informative live commentary from the captain such as about the 1992 Universal Exhibition Expo which was held to commemorate the 500 year anniversary of the discovery of America. Then, continue along the river through the historic center, passing under one of the oldest iron bridges in Europe - the Isabel Bridge II (popularly known as Triana Bridge). During the course of navigation, see more famous landmarks such as the Plaza de Toros de La Maestranza, Torre del Oro, Palacio de San Telmo, and many more. Finally, pass by impressive buildings from the 1929 Ibero-American exhibition where the great architect Haníbal Gonzalez designed the great Plaza de España. As you soak up the view of the city, savor a sele...

    We had a fantastic boat trip down the Guadalquivir giving you a very different view of Seville and Triana. Our guide was really knowledgable and friendly, and despite not being fluent in English he tried very hard to explain every detail to us in English (assuming it’s my fault for booking a Spanish speaking tour). Really would recommend as it’s a fantastic evening activity and the sunset views are just spectacular.

  • Seville: 1 Hour Flamenco Dance Lesson

    3. Seville: 1 Hour Flamenco Dance Lesson

    On this unique flamenco experience, learn by dancing flamenco and immerse yourself into the flamenco dance culture. You will learn by doing basic flamenco body positions for arms, hands and foot movements and how to dance a flamenco routine. This activity is absolutely suitable for both women and men. After some body work, you will be ready to reproduce an unique routine. Your guide will teach you from zero how, just go with the flow.  You will get more than a rhythm, palms and dance lesson, you will get to understand this awesome art better and why it is known worldwide. Learning is a treasure that follows its owner everywhere. 

    Excelente clase! La instructora fue súper amigable, y explicativa durante la clase. Actividad muy recomendable de hacer cuando se visita Sevilla

  • Seville: Triana Tapas and Flamenco Experience

    4. Seville: Triana Tapas and Flamenco Experience

    For your walking tour in Seville, you will meet your guide at Calle Betis, at which point you will be introduced to the history of the neighborhood. With your guide, you will have the opportunity to walk through the old town center, a birthplace of flamenco and home to the pottery and tile industries. You will taste the best tapas offered by each place, accompanied by the appropriate drinks. Enjoy the charming old taverns decorated in colored dots, and experience the best of traditional Sevillian dishes such as pescaito frito, caldereta, carne en salsa, and papas con mojo picón. The ritual of "tapear" is one of the most important traditions of southern Spain. It involves people enjoying different foods in different places, and is a must-do experience while in this region. Your guided tapas tour includes 4 tapas and 3 drinks, and after the tapas route, you will sit down for a live flame...

    Really great time, great flamenco show, really informative guide, WONDERFUL food!

  • Flamenco Dance Lesson: 60-Minute Class in Seville

    5. Flamenco Dance Lesson: 60-Minute Class in Seville

    Flamenco originated in Andalusia in southern Spain and combines music, singing, rhythmic hand clapping, and dancing. In this fun and interactive 60-minute session you’ll learn the basics of Flamenco, some of the dance steps, heel clicking, and the body and hand movements. The lesson is an interesting way to gain an insight into Spanish culture while having a great time trying out something new. The venue is a very authentic courtyard where many different artists work, so you’ll feel immersed in the culture even before your class begins. In addition to your lesson you can book a high-quality Flamenco show so you can see seasoned professionals moving to the music you’ve heard and with the steps you’ve learned.

    Brilliant class. Kati was helpful, encouraging and totally enthusiastic about the art of Flamenco. Definitely hire the dress to do the class and also before going to a show.

  • Seville Tapas Tour

    6. Seville Tapas Tour

    Enjoy a guided walk through the charming part of the old city on this 2.5-hour tapas tour. Visit three bars, as the locals typically do, and enjoy four different tapas and four drinks – mixing the traditional and the modern. The tour route can be adapted to the interests of the group. In addition, you’ll get an insight into Seville’s culinary culture. Your guide will provide information about the bars that you'll visit, the sort of food you’ll find at each venue, and background on the chefs involved.

    We were 4 friends who went on the Seville Tapas Tour and we all really loved it. Paco picked us up at our hotel and then took us to 4 different places (2 local Tapas places, the oldest bar in Spain and a bakery). All of the tastings were really delicious (both food and the special wine we got at the bar) and it was very nice just to try something local that we probably wouldn't have ordered ourselves. We also really enjoyed the company of Paco. He has a huge knowledge not only about food, but also about the history of Spain - so we had a our knowledge widely extended. As first I thought the tour was a bit expensive but when I realised that we were on a private tour that made the whole difference. Can only highly recommend this tour.

  • Seville Photo Tour

    7. Seville Photo Tour

    Discover Seville away form the crowds, off the beaten track. Learn about the lifestyle and culture of the people who live here. Have the best moments of yourself and your fellow travelers immortalized  on camera by a professional photographer and, receive tips on how to take a great picture. After the 90 minute photo session head to a local “tabernas” with your guide for a complimentary drink. Learn about Seville and how to take the best photos during your stay. 

  • Seville: Rhythm, Beat and the Flamenco Box Drum

    8. Seville: Rhythm, Beat and the Flamenco Box Drum

    Flamenco music would be nothing without the art of percussion. The soulful crooning of the flamenco singer truly comes to life with the rhythmic clapping and artful beating of the drum box. In this 1-hour relaxed and fun workshop, you will learn the techniques to take part in this old and beautiful tradition. Your teacher will explain some of the drum box's history and theory before proceeding to get you clapping, beating, and stamping your way into the tradition of flamenco. At the end of the workshop, everyone will have a refreshing drink to celebrate the day's activity.

  • Seville: Andalusian Gourmet Tapas Private Tour

    9. Seville: Andalusian Gourmet Tapas Private Tour

    Discover the history and the origins of the word “tapa” with your guide. The tapas mix the concept of eating with that of socializing. The bars, are the meeting places for this, eat and socialize on this three hour walking tour.  Tapas are an important part of the Spanish culinary culture. A tapa in Spain is essentially an appetizer that is served in most bars or restaurants accompanying a drink, that is alcoholic or non-alcoholic. Going from one bar to another is called tapeo, or “ir de tapas” and in many regions of Spain it is quite common to go out for a meal based on tapas. The tapas have become a sign of Spanish identity, in various editions of the Spanish dictionary the word tapa is an Andalusian word. They are simple, fast and is the best accompaniment for a cerveza or a good wine.

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What people are saying about Seville

Overall rating

3.4 / 5

based on 40 reviews

We had a fantastic boat trip down the Guadalquivir giving you a very different view of Seville and Triana. Our guide was really knowledgable and friendly, and despite not being fluent in English he tried very hard to explain every detail to us in English (assuming it’s my fault for booking a Spanish speaking tour). Really would recommend as it’s a fantastic evening activity and the sunset views are just spectacular.

Excelente clase! La instructora fue súper amigable, y explicativa durante la clase. Actividad muy recomendable de hacer cuando se visita Sevilla

Really friendly and professional teacher. She is quite young and always in a good mood. Learned a lot and had fun in just 1 hour!

Super warm teacher who deeply loves flamenco, very pedagogue and happy. Go for it! :)

Perfect impressions. A show worth seeing to experience new sensations and emotions