"a taste of Seville…"

Andalusian Seville has the most intense southern flavour of all European cities and is one of the most charming cities of Spain. Andalusia is a rocky, sun-baked region located on Spain’s southern coast and embodies flamenco, tapas, matadors, and bullfights. Seville was under Moorish rule from the 8th-15th centuries, a legacy that shows in its architecture, including such landmarks as the Alcázar castle in Seville, the capital city, as well as Córdoba’s Mezquita Mosque-Cathedral and Granada’s Alhambra palace. Seville’s rich history has left the city filled with innumerable monuments like the awesome cathedral, the third largest in the world, the Giralda tower, the wonderful palace of the Reales Alcázares, the magical Barrio of Santa Cruz with its narrow streets, the Maestranza bullfighting ring and the passion for Flamenco and the perfume of orange blossoms on every corner. The Andalusia diet varies, especially between the coast and the interior, but in general is a Mediterranean diet. The mountainous regions of the Sierra Morena and Sierra Nevada produce cured hams from two different types of pig; Jamón Serrano from white pigs, and the more expensive Jamón Ibérico from the Black Iberian pig. You will experience this first-hand. There is also a great tradition of drinking wine (as you will also experience).

Sample trip itinerary


  • Hotel Check-in Melia Sevilla

  • Sangria welcome

  • Local Dinner


  • Breakfast at hotel

  • Private guided walking tour of Seville

  • Visit Santa Cruz Quarter & Cathedral

  • Tapas-hopping lunch

  • Flamenco museum and performance

  • Taberna del Alabardero dinner


  • Breakfast at hotel

  • Discover Seville

  • Marriage of Jamon Iberico & Sherry

  • Visit Andulsian countryside

  • Return to hotel and free time

  • Dinner at Abades Triana restaurant


  • Breakfast at hotel

  • Easy cycle tour of city

  • Depart