Week in Seville - A Culinary Vacation in Seville, Spain - Culinary Vacations in Spain

Come join us at Let's Eat The World for another delicious, inspiring tour in Andalusia, Spain. We invite you to join a Culinary Vacation in Seville, Spain. Your Week in Seville Culinary Vacation is an 8-day culinary experience including both half-day and full-day activities with an experienced international chef & instructor & travel expert. Your booking includes 7 nights of accommodations in the beautifully decorated home in the heart of Seville city. You'll enjoy 8 days of cooking, tasting, wine & cheese, tapas, market visits, and more. This is a full program focusing on Spanish cuisine & culture.

From 3995€ /person

Let’s Eat Seville, Culinary holidays in Spain from Let’s Eat The World
– Seville, Spain with a chef as your guide

Class Duration:  approximately 8 days (7 nights accommodations)
Price per person: 2024: from 3995€ based on double occupancy 2025: 4035€ based on double occupancy
Single Occupancy Supplement: from 578€
Non-participating guests*: 3000€ (limited to 1 guest per program week).
Payment Options: We accept payment by credit card or by bank transfer. New! We now offer a 0% interest payment plan. Find out more about it here
Schedule: Our 7-night program weeks run generally from Saturday to Saturday

*A non-participating guest can join all meals and activities during the program week. The only part they won’t participate in are the cooking lessons. All the fun without the effort. Limited spaces are made available for non-participants to ensure the comfort of the full group. Please inquire should you be interested in having a guest attend with you.


  • 7-night accommodations in a beautiful centrally located private home
  • Spanish-style breakfasts each morning
  • Welcome tapas and private wine-tasting experiences with your guides
  • Private culinary & cultural excursions (including an expert-guided tour of Real Alcazar in Seville)
  • 4 hands-on private cooking classes including tapas, classical and modern Spanish cuisine
  • 17 delicious meals including breakfasts, lunches, & several dinners at selected restaurants
  • Day trip to Jerez de la Frontera & Sherry tasting tour
  • Exclusive guided market tour
  • Small group sizes (maximum of 8 students)
  • You don’t have to be a chef! All cooking levels welcome
  • A culinary holiday created by international chefs & travel experts taught in English
  • Taught in English in a convivial and friendly atmosphere
  • Your own Week in Sevilla recipe e-book to recreate your recipes at home


  • Flights & any other transportation not detailed in the itinerary
  • Any food and drinks outside those specified in the itinerary
  • Travel Insurance
  • Tours, events, and activities outside those noted in the itinerary
  • Personal items and expenses

2024 Tour dates:

  • November 2-9 2024

2025 Tour dates:


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For us to provide this program, we require a minimum of 4 people. We will review your request and confirm your booking once 4 participants have booked. No payment is required until the dates are confirmed. Once we have 4 participants, subsequent participants can book directly. You will only be able to book this tour for 2 people maximum at a time. Please email us if you need to book more participants (alternatively, you can submit a second request).

Privatize a Week in Seville

Want to privatize the Week in Seville for your family or group? You can email us about privatizing this program.

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Activity Level

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A taste of Spain in this 8-day, 7-night culinary tour in Seville created for food & wine lovers who wish to explore & indulge in the fun, vibrant atmosphere that Spain and more specifically, Andalusia, is known for. The spirit of Andalusia can be easily seen in its food culture, its music, and its dance. What better place than the region’s capital to partake in a food & wine adventure? Admire the Mohadin architecture. Come and feel & live the rhythm of Flamenco, taste the deep passionate Spanish wines & sherry, learn to prepare Spanish food, nibble on tapas, and appreciate the tranquil pace of life in Sevilla, Let’s Eat Seville!

Let’s Eat The World invites you on a culinary journey for a taste of Spain. Let’s Eat Seville was created in collaboration with Chef Eric Fraudeau owner of the French cooking school, Cook’n With Class, who along with Let’s Eat The World’s owner, Yetunde Oshodi-Fraudeau, currently calls Seville home. Together they designed an experience for food lovers who appreciate the slower pace and rhythmic pulse of Spanish culture.

With the expert guidance of our chef in Seville, you are about to embark on a tasty journey that you won’t soon forget. Chef Samuel is a pro in the kitchen. Not only will he fill you in on his culinary know-how but help you decipher the many Spanish traditions you may encounter on your journey.

Our group size is limited to 8 people maximum. This ensures that you will get as much time and attention as you deserve. So forget the large group tours where you can easily get lost in the crowd. This is the cultural and culinary itinerary you have been longing for.

What to expect from us

You will enjoy 4 hands-on Spanish cooking lessons including tapas & paella from our local chefs. We will discover the Islamic and royal past of Andalusia in the company of expert guides during an exclusive private tour. You will discover the Spanish wines & sherries with a day trip out to the sherry-producing region including in-depth commentary & exquisite tastings. All breakfasts are included and we will enjoy restaurant dining for some of the best tapas and local cuisine in the company of your chef & guide.

You will feel the vibrations and behold the beauty of the artful and majestic flamenco both personally and as a spectator filled with the understanding of the art.

We highly encourage you to extend your stay in Andalusia as much as you can to explore beyond our beautiful city or to partake in its many cultural events depending on the program week you join.


Owner/Tour Designer/Guide

Yetunde Oshodi-Fraudeau, owner of Let's Eat The World, designs culinary adventures and personally guides select tours. Her passion for cultural exchange and cooking crafts unforgettable holidays for travel lovers seeking immersive food and travel experiences.

Chef Samuel


Spanish-born international chef, Samuel (aka Chef Sam), lights up the kitchens during our Seville experiences. With his culinary expertise and a perfect touch of Spanish flair, Chef Sam brings vibrant, unforgettable flavors to every dish.

The following is a sample program for our Let’s Eat Seville, a Spanish cooking vacation in Andalusia, Spain. The program is subject to change due to weather or the availability of our partners. A more definitive program will be given to you on the day of your arrival. Barring any changes in weather and the desires of the group, this final program will be what you can expect for the week. We ask that you try to be understanding about any slight modifications that will not affect your overall enjoyment of the program.

Activity Level: Moderate

The Let’s Eat Seville tour involves a moderate level of physical activity, with daily activities including walking tours, cooking classes, market visits, and a flamenco dance class that require walking and standing. Participants should be comfortable with these activities and be prepared for leisurely physical activity throughout the tour.

Approximately 8 days, 7 nights in Seville

Saturday arrival

DAY 1:

Arrive at the guesthouse in Seville center by 4:30 PM

Evening out to enjoy the Sevillan nightlife and an evening of wine & tapas

DAY 2 (Sunday):

1st day of class – Spanish Cuisine

After a Spanish-style breakfast, your day begins

Your first lesson will take place directly at the house to prepare lunch for the day

Free Evening

DAY 3 (Monday):

El Real Alcazar

After breakfast, we will head to the Alcazar for a private guided tour of El Real Alcazar in the heart of the city. Admire the architecture and the history of this royal palace parts of which date back to the Middle Ages.

Our tour will be followed by a superb North African luncheon to keep us in the atmosphere of Sevilla Islamic past.

A free afternoon after lunch for a siesta

Private evening Spanish cooking class followed by dinner

DAY 4 (Tuesday):

Spanish cooking lesson

Spanish-style breakfast at the house followed by another hands-on cooking lesson with chef Eric for Spanish cuisine beyond tapas.

Free after lunch until we convene again in the kitchen to prepare and enjoy paella & sangria

DAY 5 (Wednesday):

Sherry Tour & Tasting

After a quick breakfast we are off to Jerez de la Frontera to visit another part of Andalusia’s Islamic past at the Alcazar – not quite a large as that of Seville but no less breathtaking. After our walk-through visit, we will head off to a sherry tasting to discover this fortified wine. We will enjoy lunch together in Jerez.

Free evening

DAY 6 (Thursday):

Spanish-inspired Tapas

Today after our breakfast, chef Eric is going to guide you through a lesson in food fusion. In Sevilla, you will encounter both traditional tapas as well as modern, internationally-inspired small bites. Today’s lesson will be just that a way to show you just how easy it is to marry flavors even when you return home.

We’ll meet in the evening to head off to our flamenco dance class where you will learn about the moves and story behind this internationally renowned dance.

We conclude our evening at the Tablao to enjoy wine, tapas, & a wonderful awe-inspiring flamenco performance.

DAY 7 (Friday):

Triana Market/Chorros con Chocolate
We’ve saved this treat for last. No visit to Seville can go without a visit to the Triana Market. But before we begin our visit and shopping, we’ll indulge in one of the most Spanish traditions there is – Chorro con Chocolate.

After our market tour, we’ll take you to special lunch at one of our favorite restaurants – we have so many that we’ll have to surprise you with this one.

We’ll have a light farewell tapas dinner from our Triana Market finds.

DAY 8 (Saturday):

Departure Day

Our final breakfast together before you leave.

Check-out will be by 11 am.

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    Our frequently asked questions about our Culinary holiday in Spain – Let’s Eat Seville

    Buenos dias! Spanish is the spoken language in Spain but as in throughout Spain, in Andalusia (where our Let’s Eat Seville tour takes place), there are regional variations. But have no fear,  your guide and chef both speak fluent English. All your cooking instructions will be in English.

    No, our tours are designed for culinary enthusiasts of all skill levels. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced cook, you will find the activities both enjoyable and educational. There is always something to learn.

    Absolutely! Our tours attract both solo travelers and groups. They are a great way to meet new people who share your passion for food and travel. Our tours are deliberately kept small for an intimate experience but you also have plenty of me time as you desire. We won’t leave anyone behind! 😉

    Yes, while we can not guarantee a shared room to our solo travelers if you choose a shared room option, we will match you with another interested solo traveler of the same gender. As stated, it is not something we can guarantee but we will do our best to accommodate your request.

    The closest airport to Seville is Seville Airport (SVQ), also known as San Pablo Airport. For more options, Malaga Airport (AGP) is another good choice, albeit a bit farther away. You can also arrive at Madrid airport and connect to Seville by train.

    To check the best options for travel, try using sites like Skyscanner.net and/or Rome2Rio.com. As city center where we accommodate our participants is only a 25-minute taxi from the airport. The airport also offers a bus service. Taxis from the airport are a fixed rate but they may charge for luggage.

    Ensure your passport is valid for at least 6 months beyond your travel dates. Visa requirements vary by country and nationality. We recommend checking with your local embassy or consulate for the latest travel advisories.

    It’s always good to have at least a little cash with you when you travel but rest assured – there are plenty of ATMs at the airports and the city center that you can use should you need additional cash. As a rule of thumb, when I arrive at a destination I tend to have the equivalent of between 50-100 euros of cash in whatever the local currency. The amount of money you may spend on your trip depends on you. You may wish to purchase souvenirs to take home and while the majority of vendors at the local market accept credit and debit cards even for the smallest amounts, some may still prefer cash.

    A deposit is typically required to secure your spot, with full payment due prior to the tour start date. Cancellations received up to a certain period may be eligible for a refund or credit, as detailed in our terms and conditions. Due to numerous upfront costs, the initial deposit is non-refundable but can be transferred to a future date if you need to postpone (based on price and availability). We also offer a payment plan to help you better budget for your trip. For the full book terms, please click here. For our cancelation policy click here.

    As you are booking with a registered Spanish travel agency, your booking is insured in the event that anything should happen to the company. However, this does not cover your personal travel or expenses related to your trip. We highly advise that you also look into comprehensive travel insurance. US and Canadian travelers can use this Insurance comparison website to find what works for their trip. For Australians, click here. For the UK, click here. Please note that we are not personally affiliated with any one insurance comparator or company. We just want you to be safe and to have peace of mind.

    Yes, we are open to collaborating with travel agents and agencies to resell our unique culinary experiences to your clients. If you are a travel agent interested in offering our tours and experiences, we would be delighted to discuss potential partnerships and how we can work together to provide exceptional travel experiences.

    Please contact us via email to explore the opportunities for collaboration. We can discuss commission structures, customized packages, and any specific needs your clients might have. Our goal is to create seamless and memorable culinary journeys that will delight your clients and enhance your travel offerings.

    By working with us, you’ll be able to offer your clients exclusive access to our carefully curated tours, workshops, and cooking classes, all designed to immerse travelers in the rich culinary traditions and cultures of our destinations. We look forward to building a successful partnership with you.

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