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Seville: Guadalquivir Yacht Tour w/ Drink & Food Options

1. Seville: Guadalquivir Yacht Tour w/ Drink & Food Options

Embark on a picturesque, small-group boat tour with an onboard crew down the Guadalquivir River. Sip on a welcome drink as you admire the views on this relaxing river journey. Choose from an optional tapa or a gourmet food menu to enhance your yachting experience. Meet at the Nueva York dock, just a few meters from the city center of Seville. After being welcomed by the friendly crew, board the fully-equipped premium yacht to start your journey along the Guadalquivir River. Take in the views of local sites, such as Torre del Oro, the Real Maestranza bullring, and the Puente de Triana. As you travel downriver, the crew will tell you about the history of Seville and the different sites you can see. Enjoy the comfort of air conditioning in summer or heating in winter, as well as a lower deck and spacious sun terrace. There will be music playing, and bar service if you want to buy more drinks. Choose from three different variations: • 1-hour cruise with a welcome drink (a pitcher of Rebujito for 2 or a glass of wine, beer, or soft drink) • 1.5-hour cruise with a welcome drink (a pitcher of Rebujito for 2 or a glass of wine, beer, or soft drink). Served with a range of Iberian delicacies such as Jamón Ibérico de Bellota and a cheese platter with 6 different types of cheese. • 2-hour lunch or dinner cruise with unlimited Rebujito, wine, beer, or soft drinks. The gourmet menu with 6 dishes depends on the time of year: Spring and Summer Gourmet Menu: • Starter: Jamón Ibérico de Bellota, cheese platter, and crusty bread with duck mousse and duck ham • Main: mushroom risotto, cod in pil-pil sauce, and sirloin steak with whisky • Dessert: ice cream with crunchy chocolate • Glass of cava Fall and Winter Gourmet Menu: • Starter: Jamón Ibérico de Bellota, cheese platter, and crusty bread with duck mousse and duck ham • Main: chickpeas with tail of bull, cod in pil-pil sauce, and sirloin steak with whisky • Dessert: caramel pannacotta • Glass of cava

Seville: Triana Tablao Flamenco Show with Drink

2. Seville: Triana Tablao Flamenco Show with Drink

Discover how modernity and tradition come together at the heart of the old cellar of Triana. Marvel at the Mudejar architecture and exquisite decoration in the flamenco showroom.  Learn the history and the journey of flamenco through its most important clubs including Soleá, Tangos, Guajiras, Bamberas, Alegrías, and Bulería. Cantaor, guitar, bailaor, and bailaora artists make your show an authentic collection of the most traditional and symbolic variations of this legacy. 

Seville: Hop-On Hop-Off City Sightseeing Bus

3. Seville: Hop-On Hop-Off City Sightseeing Bus

Discover Seville’s stunning mix of monuments and gardens at your own pace with the Iconic 24-hour ticket or Supreme 48-hour ticket for the hop-on-hop-off sightseeing bus. The first stop is in the historic Paseo de Colon area, but you can hop on and off at any of the stops along the route. Travel back to the days of the Moors at the Torre del Oro, built on the banks of the River Guadalquivir during the Almohad Dynasty. Marvel at the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, experience the passion of flamenco at an historic sala, and wander among palm trees in the Alcázar Gardens. A multilingual audio guide in 15 languages is provided on board, with special commentary for kids. You'll get many perks and discounts with your ticket, including 2 walking tours with the Iconic Ticket, and 4 walking tours with the Supreme Ticket. Stops: 1. Paseo de Colon (in front of the Plaza de Toros Real Maestranza) 2. Plaza de España 3. Acuario de Sevilla 4. Plaza de América 5. Plaza de Cuba 6. San Jacinto/Triana 7. Calle Castilla/Triana 8. Exposicion Universal Expo 92 9. Isla Mágica Theme Park 10. Macarena 11. Torre de los Perdigones 12. Alameda de Hércules 13. Plaza del Duque 14. Plaza de Armas

Seville: Kayak Rental

4. Seville: Kayak Rental

Enjoy a warm welcome at the Arjona Municipal Sports Facilities where your kayak is waiting for you.  Walk together with one of the staff members to the river and receive a safety briefing and learn the rules to need to follow during this activity.  Enjoy a 2-hour ride full of fun and adventure. Discover the river at your own pace and decide which direction you want to go to. Admire the emblematic Torre del Oro, the Triana neighborhood, the Isabel II bridge, or the San Telmo bridge.  Return your kayak and the equipment at the end of the your adventure.

Seville: Spanish Cooking Class with Dinner

5. Seville: Spanish Cooking Class with Dinner

Get a better understanding of the culinary wealth of Seville and Spain at a 3-hour cooking class with dinner. Benefit from the services of a professional chef who will teach you how to cook traditional dishes like an expert. Designed for novice cooks and the more experienced, the lesson takes place at a cooking school inside Triana Market. Prepare a salmorejo (chilled tomato soup) or gazpacho starter, along with typical tapas such as spinach with chickpeas, huevos a la flamenca and Spanish omelet. Make an authentic paella for your main course and a light dessert of lemon sorbet with Cava to indulge your sweet tooth. Sangria will be served during the lesson as you get to know the rest of the group. Sit down to enjoy the fruits of your labor with two additional drinks.

Sevilla Daily 3-Hour Bike Tour

6. Sevilla Daily 3-Hour Bike Tour

Take a tour of Sevilla on bike and visit both the city hot spots and the under-the-radar highlights on a 3-hour guided trip. A bicycle tour allows you to cover a greater distance in the city with less effort than walking, and provides access to sites that cannot be reached by car or bus, making it ideal if you want to have a comprehensive picture of the city. On your trip, you will see such sites as Alcazar Palace, the Triana and Santa Cruz districts, Maria Luisa Park, Plaza de España, Murillo Garden, the Christopher Columbus monument, and more. Many of these places are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Additionally, discovering Sevilla in this fun and dynamic manner will not only expose you to the sites that have given it its reputation, but will also provide you with a fabulous sense of orientation in the city and give you valuable information about how to proceed. Learn about where you should eat and what you should see during your stay, as your guide points out the best restaurants, theaters, bars, and more.

Seville: Authentic and Romantic Horse-Drawn Carriage Ride

7. Seville: Authentic and Romantic Horse-Drawn Carriage Ride

See another side to Seville on a romantic horse and carriage ride. Marvel at the idyllic Guadalquivir river, explore the Triana neighborhood, and many other sites as you go around this city in style. Set off on a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride and see the real Seville. This experience is a good choice for families, as the driver often lets children sit next to him upfront. Make sure you take your camera with you, as you don't want to miss out on perfect photo opportunities on this ride.  Ride along while your driver provides commentary on the monuments as you drive by. The use of horse-drawn carriages began long ago when the Feria de Abril became a tradition in Seville.  Enjoy an unforgettable experience that you and your family will love.

Seville: Flamenco Show in Triana

8. Seville: Flamenco Show in Triana

Experience a flamenco show in the neighborhood of Triana, also known as the heart of flamenco. The show stars a singer, a guitar player, and two dancers in a colorful, lively cultural performance. During the 1-hour show, taste a local wine, and enjoy the unique atmosphere of this venue and a view of Guadalquivir’s River.   The show will contain some of the most representative styles of flamenco art, like “fandangos”, “bulerias”, and “alegrías” that come from the traditional birthplaces of flamenco: Sevilla, Jerez, Cádiz, and Huelva. At the end of the show, the artists will be glad to join you for a chat and a drink.

Seville: 3.5-Hour Spanish Cooking Class & Triana Market Tour

9. Seville: 3.5-Hour Spanish Cooking Class & Triana Market Tour

There’s no better way to understand the culinary wealth of Seville and Spain than by entering the kitchen, as you’ll see on this 3.5-hour cooking class and market tour. A professional chef will teach you how to cook traditional local dishes during a class that you’re sure to find educational as well as entertaining. The cooking school is located in the Triana Market, the perfect place to buy fresh local ingredients. Before the workshop starts, you’ll be taken on a guided visit of the market and hear a short explanation of its history and products. Sangria will be served to the group and you’ll have the opportunity to get to know each other while you’re cooking. During the meal that follows the class you’ll be served 2 additional drinks (beer or wine). You’ll prepare the following menu: Salmorejo (chilled tomato soup) or gazpacho Spinach with chickpeas or huevos a la flamenca Paella, as the main course Light dessert (such as lemon sorbet with cava)

Seville 2.5-Hour City Bike Tour

10. Seville 2.5-Hour City Bike Tour

Get the lay of the land on a 2.5-hour bike tour of Seville and see more of the city than is possible on a walking tour. English, Spanish, French, and Italian-speaking guides will help you get oriented in the city and show the vast majority of Seville’s landmarks. Start from the historic Barrio Santa Cruz and head through the Jardines de Murillo towards the Antigua Fábrica de Tabacos and Seville University. Continue to Parque María Luisa, centerpiece of the 1929 Iberian-American Exposition. From there, head down to the river and check out a part of Triana and the Torre del Oro bullring. Next, head north to the Cartuja, site of the 1992 Exposition, where you'll see the Monasterio de la Cartuja, before heading back to the center and Alameda. Explore the nightlife hotspot and wind your way through the streets and alleys of Seville center, stopping at the legendary Campana Café to get your bearings for the infamous “setas” (mushrooms). End with a quick pedal around Santa Cruz, biking past the cathedral and Alcazares.

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4.4 / 5

based on 3,753 reviews

My wife and I attended this cooking class on 16th APR. Honestly, I did not have a high expectations, as I did not enjoy cooking. But it turned out that it was the best experience I've had during my vacation in Spain. The chef was very friendly and energetic. Cooking was very enjoyable and I was guided step by step. We made three dishes - it was all so delicious! It was paired with homemade Sangria and drinks of our choosing. What was great was not only learning to cook new dishes & delicious food, it was the atmosphere and meeting new people. There were about 14people in the class, all very international - Holland, U.S, Korea (Me :D), etc. We had so much fun together cooking & eating & talking. I would definitely recommend Spanish Cooking Class.

Absolutely fantastic experience for a family of four. None of us had tried SUP before but Manu made the whole experience easy and fun. Paddling down the river in Seville will live long in the memory. Manu sent us lots of pictures too as well as guided tour! Brilliant, Thanks Manu!

Very intimate setting for the show. Full of emotion and talented performers. Would thorough recommend

A delightful 1 1/2 hours cruising with drinks and tapas. Well organised and exactly as advertised.

Best flamenco show , very professional and passionate performance