Best Tapas Tours in Spain
Experiencing the tapas culture of your destination city is a must when visiting Spain. "Going out for tapas" can sometimes be intimidating for a non-Spanish speaker. The bars can be crowded, the menu confusing, the wait staff very busy...this is why we recommend booking at least 1 tapas tour during your stay. Your guide will be a local and an expert on the best tapas and tapas bars of the city. We have selected a few excellent tapas tours to choose from in Barcelona, Madrid, and Seville. Sure to be an evening to remember!
It is well known that flamenco is part of Spanish culture, but in Seville, the capital of Andalusia, it beats with more force. Thanks to this package, you will experience flamenco as a true dancer because we offer you the opportunity to learn flamenco dance and clapping with professional dancers and get into the flamenco world visiting an exhibition about the Cafés Cantante history. Enjoy a tapas lunch in one of the most charismatic restaurants in Seville. Minimum required to book: 2 people
Experience this amazing guided wine and cheese tasting in Barcelona city center where you will taste 4 different wines paired with cheese and enjoy an introduction to the world of wine. In Barcelona, a bustling city where architecture is one of the highlights for visitors, it is good to take a breath and enjoy the moment. That’s why this experience is the best thing to avoid crowds and have time to enjoy and learn about local wine and cheese. Whether you are new to the world of the wine or you are an expert, you can always learn new things and discover new flavors. Minimum to book: 2 people
Much more than your typical tapas tour: a journey through Spain and its wines in one evening during your visit to Madrid. Led by your guide, you will discover some of the most interesting wine stops in Madrid. Enjoy a different type of wine and tapa at each stop while learning all you can about Spain´s wine culture in one afternoon. Meet local owners with a strong passion for the Spanish wine business, visit one of the oldest tabernas of Madrid, a modern wine bar, and end your tour with one last toast, a delicious glass of Cava at a superb terrace overlooking the city of Madrid down below