Yes- Tickets must be purchased in advance as our Food Tours and Cooking Classes typically sell out quickly ahead of time. Tickets can be purchased through our website using Visa, AMEX or MasterCard, or by bank transfer. In the last case, please contact us for our bank details.
Cash won’t be accepted in most cases
You can easily cancel or change the date* of your tour or cooking class for a full refund up to 48 hours before it starts.
No refund will be provided for cancellations made within 48 hours of a tour /class, or in case of no-show.
Please notify us of your cancellation via email firstname.lastname@example.org less than 48 hours before the tour/class
*Date changes are subject to availability
Solo travellers are more than welcome to join us. One of the greatest things about our tours and classes is the chance to meet other people from all over the world.
Our tours and classes require a minimum of 2 participants to take place so if you are not required to pay after the checkout, it means that nobody else has booked yet. As soon as anybody else books, your booking request will be automatically accepted and you’ll be ask for the online payment.
We’ll get in touch to offer you alternative times or activities if possible.
If a tour or class is sold out, there is always a chance that we will add an additional tour/class.
You can either join the waiting list or contact us and we will get back to you shortly.
If it’s not possible to add an additional tour/class on that day we’ll offer you alternative dates and times if possible.
Sure! Nevertheless they must be accompanied by an adult.We offer a 50% discount for children 16 and under in both our Food Tours and Cooking Courses(16 and under are considered children but they receive adult portions). The number of children per group on our Tours and Classes is limited to 2.
Children under the age of 2 not participating in the tastings do not require a separate ticket.
Please bear in mind that our 3,5 hours Food Tours involve a fair degree of walking and standing and that they might not enjoy the historical and cultural aspects of our tours.
FOOD & DRINK
We want everyone to be able to discover our delicious gastronomy, so we’re delighted to provide tasty substitutions for most dietary restrictions.
Please let us know beforehand in the “comments” section when you purchase your tickets, if you have dietary restrictions (e.g. vegetarian, celiac disease, food allergies, etc.).
Our Food Tours and Cooking Classes serve enough food to be equivalent to a hearty lunch/dinner that will not leave you hungry. So far, nobody left one of our activities hungry!
For more details on what is sampled on each Food Tour/Cooking Class, please visit the specific activity page.
FOOD TOURS/COOKING CLASSES
Our Food Tours and Cooking Classes are carried out in areas which are partially or totally accessible. Our effort and concern when we design each Tour is to provide a service for all, valuing access conditions, circulation and facilities in each one of the establishments. Please check with us when booking, if you have any special requirements.
Our weather is generally sunny with a few rainy days, but the tours are held rain or shine. We advise you to check the weather conditions for your tour date, dress appropriately and bring an umbrella if necessary.
On our Food Tours, bathrooms are available throughout the tour. Your guide will let you know and remind you throughout the tour.
On our Cooking Classes you’ll have access to the bathroom in our kitchen at all times.
In our cooking courses you can always sit, but in the tours during the morning there is also a visit to the Atarazanas market included (about 1 hour). The cooking school is 10 minutes away.
However, strollers are allowed on our evening Cooking Classes.
For private events, please check it with us when booking.
Our tours and cooking classes meet at Calle Marqués de Larios, 18, outside the Women’Secret store.
Your food sherpa will be waiting there for you carrying a Spain Food Sherpas Tote Bag.
Please visit the meeting point page to see the map.