Sevilla — Gourmet & Tips

During its second season, Gourmet & Tips lands in Seville to stroll around the old city and the neighborhoods of Alameda and Triana. A gastronomic adventure that will lead you to the most antique tavern in Spain, and where getting lost around the city´s streets becomes a trip, halfway between the Golden Age and a culinary experience with innovative hints.

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Best restaurants in Alameda (Seville) - Gourmet & Tips

Bodegas Montecillo

Best restaurants in Alameda (Seville) - Gourmet & Tips - Bodegas Montecillo

Let´s continue strolling, this time, around Seville whilst James Blick surprises us with the best places to eat and drink in the streets of this city in southern Spain that has been recently named as the top city in the world to visit. After filling our stomachs in Madrid, now is the turn to explore the neighborhood Alameda, a district that offers an alternative from the city's usual tourist sights, with their cool cafe-bars, art spaces, independent boutiques and markets.

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Best restaurants in Centro (Seville) - Gourmet & Tips

Bodegas Montecillo

Best restaurants in Centro (Seville) - Gourmet & Tips - Bodegas Montecillo

This time James Blick show us the downtown section that boasts magnificent monumental and artistic heritage, such as the Cathedral, the Giralda Tower and even the final resting place of the great navigator, Christopher Columbus. Enjoy a food walking tour to learn both about the cultural and historical aspects to various dishes while ensuring that you visit the best tapas spots in town! The challenge for James has been to pick up just 3 restaurants out of a huge an excellent offer.

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Best restaurants in Triana (Seville) - Gourmet & Tips

Bodegas Montecillo

Best restaurants in Triana (Seville) - Gourmet & Tips - Bodegas Montecillo

Let James Blick take us to Triana, famous for having its own strong identity. This district is celebrated for its azulejos (ceramic tiles), its sailors, bullfighters and flamenco artists (gypsies had to live here as they weren't allowed intramuros, inside the main city walls). Triana's rich past has turned into a lively present, with a great tapas and flamenco scene among its narrow streets, and buzzing nightlife along the barrio, which also boasts some superb restaurants.