A very important element of travelling abroad is experiencing its food. However, eating well while travelling is hard.
This is particularly true if you don't know the city you are in, you have no idea what the local gastronomy offers and you ignore the best places to eat.
Of course, that's what guide books are there for. There will always be a useful section with recommendations of restaurants, bars and cafés. Unfortunately, the information can be outdated and some places may have closed or managers may have changed.
You could also improvise and risk entering any place for no particular reason.
... How easy it would be to end up at a tourist restaurant? Odds are, it will happen often than you would have liked.
This is why I've come up with a complete tapas bar guide that will help you
And since it's a downloadable eBook, you can have it instantly. No delivery fees and no shipping waits!
So if you are thinking about planning your trip to Spain in advance and would like to try the best tapas in town, this guide is right for you!
"Now that I've seen your guidebook I'd like to hop on the next Ryanair flight to Sevilla -- a tapear!" -- Daniel Schechter, guide book author and professional translator
Yes, you've read it right, more than 2,000. So there are literally hundreds of possibilities to choose from.
This is the good news. The bad ones is that with such a huge offer it's easy to make a mistake.
As you can imagine, Seville has fabulous restaurants and tapas bars where the food is absolutely sublime. But this top-notch places are a small minority. The rest are either average, or in some cases terrible.
On top of it, these places charge a fortune for a low quality food based on awful ingredients, with no effort in the dish presentation, and, most of the time, a poor service. It makes myself want to cry every time I walk across the Barrio de Santa Cruz and notice a group of foreigners having some disgusting paella for lunch while drinking a sangria. I would like to shout out loud: "Can't you see it? You've entered a tourist trap!"
You are enjoying a long desired holiday that you don't want to spoil because of a random choice. You have been visiting a bunch of amazing sights and discovering enchanting corners. You are tired and you are hungry.
Do you really need to worry about where and what to eat?
"We love tapas and going through your book brought back good memories from a trip to Andalusia many years ago. I'll be sure to refer people to your site & book when we get asked for advice. Local advice is always best." -- Audrey Scott, full-time traveler (Uncornered Market)
As well as the rest of your trip, it only needs to be prepared in advance. Using the best available tools will help you save time, money and enjoy an unforgetable stay in Seville.
If you feel you don't have a clue where to start from, look for a guide that is tailor-made for you. 30 Extraordinary Tapas Bars is packed with all-new practical advice. It has been written after years exploring the city and hunting for unique less-known bars only locals go to.
Here's a glimpse of what you get:
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