What about matching a stroll through the most beautiful corners of Seville with a tasting of the best tapas of the city?
This is the idea of apie; a guided tour in which culture and cuisine meld in order to give to our Great Traveller a complete and tasting experience. In Seville not only the monuments have a special charm, but its big variety of tapas as well!
By the way, do you know where its name come from?
We usually go to bars and taverns with a special flavour, in particular to those that have preserved the local tradition, seeming immune to the passing of time. Entering there, we taste the most traditional tapas of the city. For example, the “pavías de bacalao” (Pavías Cod); the “espinacas con garbanzos” (spinach with chickpeas) and the “carrillada Ibérica”; or the “gazpacho andaluz” and the “jamón de pata negra” (pata negra ham).
We enjoy the traditional “pescaíto frito” (fried fish) combined with a glass of manzanilla in the emblematic barrio de Santa Cruz, as a local would do. We cool off with a frozen beer matched with a tapa of “papas aliñás” (dressed potatoes) close to the Guadalquivir River in Triana, surrounded by people of the neighborhood. And why not having a “montadito de pringá” (pringá sandwich) admiring the majestic Giralda Tower? Share it with a surprising wine of Orange, imported from Huelva.
Nourish both your stomach and your spirit, putting the cherry on the top of your visit in Seville with a memorable culinary and cultural experience.
In apie, we think that in Seville not only the monuments have a great importance but its gastronomy and its traditions as well. For this reason, we would like you to discover it in order to have a complete experience of the city.
We planned different tours to show you not only the history of the city strolling through its millenary streets but also its traditional tapas.