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To enjoy tapas at their best, walk the streets of Seville, where there are more than 4,000 tapa bars.

Jamon Iberico. . .
world's best ham

The story of Jamón Ibérico is steeped in mystery and romance. The ancient oak pastures of Spain, the black Iberian pig, the mountain air that helps cure each ham as it's magically transformed into one of the world's most exquisite tastes.

Solomillo el Whisky

Pork tenderloin in a whisky sauce, popular in tapa bars throughout Seville for many years. The sauce is more often made with brandy because it's cheaper and a local product..

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Andalucia Guide

SEVILLA... birthplace of the tapa

everything that’s quintessentially Andalucian

Centuries of flavors inherited from Christian, Jewish, and Islamic cultures.  The bounty of the Andalucian farmland and Atlantic ocean is reflected in the traditional Sevillen tapas.  From farm and sea to table are a way of life in the south. 

Sevilla is Eden of tapas where they originated In the bars and bodegas centuries ago. From here, tapas evolved, and, continue evolving spreading throughout Spain and the rest of the world.

Lunch on the street, Sevilla Spain

One of the oldest tapa bars in Spain, El Rinconcillo first opened in 1670.
The atmosphere is worth the visit alone with a mix of locals and tourists
dropping in for a quick tapa and drink.

A late night tapa on the way home, there's always time for a quick bite and a chat.

Foodies in Sevilla, Chipirones a la plancha, grilled Squid tapa


Chipirones a la plancha, a favorite throughout Spain. Tender baby squid in olive oil and garlic, usually about €3.00

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