Local Tips - Secret Food Tours Seville


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  • Las Golondrinas - Feel like a local in the ceramic area of Triana. This small and authentic place is a good example of where locals meet. Surrounded by tiles and poems on the walls, enjoy its charming atmosphere while tasting their famous "punta de solomillo". Antillano Campos 26.
  • Bodega Dos de Mayo - Let's get yourself full in this well-known Sevillian tavern for its wide menu of varied and cheap authentic local and Spanish tapas. Find a spot, preferably inside, so you can see how their waiters serving the food before it's even ordered! Gavidia Square 6.
  • Mesón Don Raimundo - Travel back in time several centuries ago and feel like eating inside a museum in this restaurant of Andalusian and Mozarabic cuisine in a medieval building decorated with columns, arches and armors. Argote de Molina 26.
  • Bar Juan Carlos - Are you a cheese lover? In this small place you will be able to try cheeses from everywhere in Spain and all over the world, accompanied of a good wine and a good variety of worldwide beers. Febo 6.
  • Confitería Rufino - Still using the same recipes created by its founder more than a century ago in their first shop in Aracena (Huelva), this place it's a good example of the traditional pastry adapted to our days. Génova 2.


  • Pura Vida Terraza - Enjoy the friendly atmosphere of this rooftop while trying its modern-traditional mix cuisine, cocktails and drinks, with beautiful views of the emblematic Giralda tower. Segovia 6.
  • Kiosco del Agua - One of the few survivors of the old water kiosks, which supplied water to boats moored in the port of the city, converted into a tarrace where enjoy drinks by the river and the Tower of Gold. Paseo de Cristobal Colon 775.
  • Archivo General de Indias - Often gone unnoticed by visitors, preserves all the documentation relating to the old Spanish overseas territories. Its changing exhibitions are more than worth if you are a freak of history.
  • La Cacharrería - Cozy coffee decorated with unique objects that serves cocktails, sweet and savory breakfasts and homemade cakes oftenly gone quickly! A good sign, isn't it?
  • Plazuela de Sta. Marta - Presided by a small cruise that comes from the Hospital of San Lazaro, the alley and the square are named after the old hospital, now disappeared, of Santa Marta.