Seville’s beautiful architecture and invaluable cultural legacy make the Andalusian capital a top-class cultural destination. As precious as the region’s history is, it’s the rich culinary culture, rooted in old recipes and local ingredients, that really makes Seville stand out from the rest of Spain. Inspired by traditional tapas and homemade wines, we’ve renewed our previous foodie guide to bring you 10 more must-visit restaurants in Seville right now.
Arguably one of Spain’s most significant contributions to global gastronomy, thetapa comes in all shapes and sizes, from the humble olive or a few potato chips all the way through to miniature banquets. The pincho, the tapa’s larger and more elaborate cousin, is to be found in the Basque Country, and most notably San Sebastián. The price of a tapa or pincho varies: some are offered free with a caña of beer or a glass of wine, and others are charged for separately. Below, 10 Spanish cities where tapas are offered free with drinks.
"Everyone spends at least 11 years at school. That's a long time. So surely it's not unreasonable to expect young people emerging from the system to be ready to make a positive contribution to the working world? I'm not talking about examination results. They are just one indicator of someone's capacity to be a great employee, or even an employer. I'm talking about the skills that actually matter in the workplace. Shouldn't pupils in our schools be given the chance to develop skills in communicating with confidence, solving problems, working in teams, being polite, using technology and organising themselves. And once they have developed the skills fully shouldn't some recognition be available? Employers certainly think so. And so do I." says Phil Crompton, Executive Head of the Trent Academies group.