We are heading to Seville with my family including 3 kids ages 11, 10 and 7. They are not picky eaters but we don't want to go to any places that are too fancy. We would also like to catch a good flamenco performance as well. Any recommendations are helpful! Thank you!
We loved Seville in October 2017, and had our favorite meal at Bar El Baratillo. There were some groups with small children when we were there, but the place has a family-friendly feel and there is actually some room between tables.
For 25 Euros, we had tapas portions of baked goat cheese with red pepper marmalade, grilled artichokes, and pork chops, and a racion of garlic prawns, and four glasses of wine.
We didn't see any flamenco in Seville.
Flamenco- we went to the Casa del Flamenco. The chairs are set up in a “U” shape in three rows around the stage, so nice intimate setting. We went to the impromptu flamenco bar, La Carboneria, RS mentions in the Spain book the night before but didn’t see much that evening. We both enjoyed the intense performance from the first location.
There’s so much to see in Sevilla. Some ideas that might specifically appeal to kids that we enjoyed: the 3-hour bike tours at Seville, renting small rowboats at La Espana and the Alcazar gardens have a hedgerow maze.