Seville is a wonderful tourist destination and an irresistible city for the most foodies. Its old town offers endless possibilities, including a pleasant walk to visit some of the most emblematic monuments of the capital, such as the Cathedral, La Giralda or the Reales Alcázares, with an interesting gourmet route to discover the richness of a cuisine that makes this city unique.
Stroll through its streets and sit on a terrace to enjoy the good weather we have most of the year tasting our famous tapas, the classic Iberian slaughter, a portion of fried “pescaíto” or delicious rice, accompanied by a good cold beer or a glass of wine, is a real pleasure for residents and visitors as well.
Another option is to go from bar to bar trying the typical sevillian flavors or to delight you with our cuisine to table in a good restaurant.
A few steps from the popular Plaza de San Francisco towards the Cathedral, we recommend Maestro Marcelino, a cozy corner that offers varied preserves, Iberian slaughters and more than sixty references of wines, conserving all the flavor of the abacerías and the stores of groceries of old.
The lively squares of Salvador, Pan, Alfalfa and Pescadería are important tourist attractions of the area and ideal places to stop and enjoy both its atmosphere and a good gastronomic experience that goes from the Author´s tapas to an offer of international cuisine very varied. Nearby in Cordoba street, chocolate lovers will find their particular paradise in Leonidas Pralines store, with a wide assortment of fresh chocolates that arrive directly from its factory in Belgium.
In Rosario Street, the new Lobo López restaurant is a must visit. A refuge with a careful decoration to the smallest detail that fuses the tropical style and the typical Sevillian patio to create a unique and very cozy space, impressive mural, made from explosions with dynamite, created by the lisbon artist Alexandre Farto (Vhils)
Its Mediterranean-creative cuisine, with some exotic flair, offers dishes such as the Balinese Satay with coconut foam or the Curried Chicken Salad and mango, which will not leave you indifferent.
In recent years, the area of La Encarnación has experienced an unprecedented tourist and commercial boom, due to the construction of the avant-garde Metropol Parasol, the largest wooden installation in the world, known as Las setas, (the mushrooms). This square is a good place to eat, have a coffee or taste the classic chocolate con churros.
The old-timer and cosmopolitan Alameda de Hercules, which in recent years has undergone an unprecedented modernization, is one of the most charming suburbs of the city with a wide and varied gastronomic offer. This place has become one of the favourite zones for the Seville people to enjoy a good breakfast, tapas and even drink drinks.
In the city center you will also find a wide range of gourmet and delicatessen establishments to bring you a delicious souvenir of Seville.
Such is the case of the Gourmet Experience Duque, on the last floor of El Corte Inglés Plaza del Duque, a multispace that combines tasting with the sale of gourmet products with a spectacular staging, which has a terrace with wonderful panoramic views of the city.
Both José Gestoso Street, where is located La Venera, a carved shell that marks the geographical center of the classic Seville, as its surroundings, host typical establishments with a varied offer of products very suitable for foodies.
Nailed on the banks of the Guadalquivir, overlooking the Puente de Triana, and in the environment of greater nightlife in Seville, do not miss the Gastronomic Market Lonja del Barranco, without a doubt, a reference in the offer of sevillian restoration with its more than twenty food stands of great fame in the city.