Seville is a foodie’s delight. It is close to the coast and hence you will find wide variety of sea food. The hills around Seville breed the Iberian blackfooted pigs an important ingredient of famous the best-known Spanish gourmet food; Jamón Iberico de Bellota.
Tapas originated in Andalucía. At Seville, you can find some of the most authentic creative tapas bars. One such must-visit is El Rinconcillo, in the central district. El Rinconcillo is said to have been one of the pioneers of tapas culture.
Historically, Andalusian region came under strong influence of North African Moors. Andalusian cuisine is unique as it has a strong influence of both Europe and Moorish region. At the Arab-style bathhouse in the Santa Cruz district , you will find many Moorish inspired tea houses.
West of Seville is the famous Sherry triangle.While in Seville, sherry is one of the drink you must try in Seville. A must-visit bar in Seville is Bar Garlochí, a very touristy bar with figures of the Virgin Mary and images of Christ in every corner.