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    Tapas in Seville

    The Andalusian cuisine is one of the treasures of the region and in Seville can enjoy them in all its splendor. In this post we tell you some of the best places for tapas in Seville.

    Tapas are the queens of the bars. They are small portions that allow you to taste different dishes at a great price. In Seville you can order tapas virtually all bars and many restaurants, and are much cheaper than a plate, a great way to experience the local cuisine without spending much.

    Tapas in the Barrio de Santa Cruz

    The Barrio de Santa Cruz is one of the most typical and beautiful neighborhoods, full of narrow streets that were formerly the Jewish quarters of Seville. The area is close to the Cathedral and the Giralda, which also make it the perfect place for a stopover gastronomic tourism after visiting these monuments.

    The Mateos Gago street rises from the Plaza del Triunfo, next to the Cathedral, and is full of charm and history bars to sample tapas and sandwiches with beer or wine.

    Near Mateos Gago start a lot of other small streets full of magic. If you walk through them you'll encounter squares and bars where you can breathe the Andalusian style and you can choose the most typical tapas Seville as gazpacho, oxtail or snails.

    Tapas in Triana

    Across the river is the Triana district, one of the most traditional of the city. In this area there are 3 main places where you can find the bar or restaurant that fits your style: Betis street, San Jacinto street and Triana Market, very close to each other.

    Betis street is parallel to the river Guadalquivir and from it you can enjoy a lovely view of a bullring and the Torre del Oro. It is not difficult to find bars on this street, where there are many places to sit outdoors and enjoy tapas overlooking the Guadalquivir.

    Very close to the Betis street is San Jacinto Street, a pedestrian area where also proliferate bars, restaurants, cafes and pubs.

    The market is just in front of the Altozano, just across the river. It is a charming space, filled with stalls of meat, fish, vegetables, etc, but also there are bars where you serve great tapas with very fresh products. A highly recommended place.

    Tapas in the Alameda de Hercules

    In the historic center of Seville there are dozens of sites where eat tapas, for example, the Alameda de Hercules, the area where are located our apartment Patio de la Cartuja. It is a traditional and trendy at a time with plenty of bars and restaurants to choose to enjoy the classic Andalusian cuisine or more international and avant-garde food. From ancient to modern food, the Alameda offers visitors a wide gastronomic offer at affordable prices.

    As you see, gastronomic tourism in Seville is simple and full of possibilities, with meals for all tastes and budgets.



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