Tapas Like A Local: Ultimate Granada Tapas Tour
Master the art of going out for tapas just like the locals.
- Sip vermouth in a bar nestled inside a centuries old Moorish water well
- Tackle Granada’s tapas scene with a Granada born and bred insider guide who will teach you how to do tapas like a local
- Visiting a bustling local tapas bar operating since the 1940s, a favorite among locals
- Sip on red and white wines from Granada’s own winemaking region and learn all you need to know to enjoy and order wine in Spain
- Visit four entirely unique tapas bars, giving you a complete overview of Granada’s tapas scene
- Don’t just eat the food-- learn the history and cultural importance of the dishes and demystify the meaning and origin of tapas
How to find the best tapas bars of Granada. Marta was fantastic and cheerful tour guide. Granada born and raised, and someone who really loves the city, she was the best person to introduce us the world of wines and tapas in her city. She took us to places we'd never have found, explained the customs (different from other parts of Andalusia) and we tried a variety of lovely local wines. She followed up the tour with a helpful email with her recommendations.
Great evening with an excellent host; Marta was a delight. Informative and entertaining with great food, wines and beers. The other people in our group made it special also, willing to engage and give something to the evening, it felt more like a night out with good friends. In fact when the tour finished and Marta left us we carried on the evening until the early hours! No hesitation in recommending this tour, we will be back!
Our tour guide, Marta, was a delight. It's so much fun if you are into food to talk to someone else who is totally into it too, and Marta was just that. She taught us not only what locals eat, but how they eat, and drink! The tapas and paired drinks were amazing. We had an incredible evening and at the end some local friends just happened to walk into the bar—and Pedro told us the bar was his absolute favorite in all of Granada... Thank you Marta for showing us the real deal!
What to Expect on Your Tour
Experience Granada’s vibrant tapas scene, from age-old favorites to modern delights, on this fun tapas tour with your insider born-and-bred Granada guide. Visit four different tapas bars, each with their own personality and unique from the last, sampling interesting local wines and delicious tapas as you go.
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Start your night off in true Granada style—surrounded by locals as you sip artisan vermouth and nibble on tapas, in a bar nestled inside an ancient Moorish water well. Your expert guide will let you in on the secret to this local aperitif tradition and demystify the history and the meaning of tapas.
Next, you’ll move onto one of Granada’s most genuine (and well-loved by locals!) tapas bars. Open since the 1940s, this hole in the wall tapas bar specialises in one of Andalusia’s favorite staples– freshly fried fish, and your expert guide will give you all the tips you need to do tapas like a local.
Following this we will wander over to the Realejo neighborhood, one of the trendiest places in in town for tapas and home to some of Granada’s best tapas bars. First you will visit a place that is serving up local favorites with a modern touch and a refined setting, with local wines from Granada to pair with your freshly prepared tapas.
Lastly, you will visit one of Granada’s most authentic tapas bars, to try our favorite Andalusian dishes prepared with fresh and top quality ingredients, accompanied by local red wine.
And as always with Devour Granada tours, your guide will give you a copy of our Devouring Granada mini guide, packed with our favorite places to eat and drink in the city, so you’ll be eating well for the rest of your stay!
About Our Expert Guides
Your tour will be lead by one of our expert, English-speaking guides. They’re all gifted storytellers who are smart, passionate and talented and whose excitement for this country is contagious!Meet them here!
Map Your Tour
Explore the winding lanes and iconic squares of historic Granada, full of fascinating influences from Moorish and Christian history