Duration: 3 hours
Location: Barcelona´s Gothic Quarter and La Barceloneta
Prices shown in EUR include Spanish tax (21%) and Booking fees per ticket (3€). Tours occur rain or shine. Cancellations and refunds are feasible before the tour happens.
Easy walk and plenty of delicious tapas
Intimate groups of no more than 8-people. Food experience guaranteed
Stunning sightseeing, from Gaudi´s lamps to magic fountains and quirky modern art
Amazing selection of local drinks (wine, cava, beer and vermouth)
Restrooms and seating area available within the tour, easy walk and good weather guaranteed!
Tour starts at 17.30
Barcelona – known for being an old Roman enclave, home to Antoni Gaudi’s famous Sagrada Familia, not to mention the world-renowned Barcelona FC, the Mobile World Congress, Summer Music Festivals, and trendy life!. But did you know that Catalan cuisine holds its own among the tastiest regions in Spain? That it is part of the Mediterranean gastronomy, one of the healthiest in the world? Or that Catalan people are more likely to pair cheese with a glass of chilled cava (the Spanish sparkling wine) than a slice of chorizo with Rioja Wine?
On our 3-hour walking food tour through The Gothic Quarter and La Barceloneta you’ll get to taste what makes this city’s gastronomy so special and unique within Spain. Through numerous foods and wine tastings at 5 authentic Bodegas (old taverns) and Tapas Bars, you’ll taste delicious tapas with different type of wines, immerse into the history and traditions of genuine places, get into a bunker and sample the most iconic Barceloneta tapa: Bomba; and you’ll master the art of fer vermut (the way locals socialize). As well you’ll experience the neighborhoods’ bohemian and eclectic vibes like a local. Come join us for an unforgettable evening of tapas, drinks, and fun in Barcelona!
Drink Cava with the Locals
Join the locals´ favorite old tavern for a glass of Cava (Spanish sparkling wine), and taste a world-class Manchego cheese and ham
Visit and old Bodega and master the porron drink
Uncover a family owned Bodega, master the art of drinking wine with porron and taste the delicious ¨Mar i Muntanya¨ tapas (a mix of mountain and sea foods)
Let your buds explode with the Bombas
Get to a hidden gem to uncover the unique flavors of the most iconic tapa from La Barceloneta: Las Bombas and enjoy a glass of fine wine
Picture your tapas while you drink red wine
Uncover the most charming and picturesque bar in Barcelona and enjoy a selection of seafood and veggie dishes while you learn the art of ¨tapeo¨
Fer Vermut - a locals beloved drinking tradition
Finish your evening the ways local get into Catalan rumba: Sip artisan vermouth poured directly from the barrels and eat local delicacies
We meet at Pla de Palau (Square) in front of Hotel del Mar. The food tour finishes at a close location.
Pla de Palau
9997, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
You should bring with you a camera and a big smile. Barcelona has a nice weather all year long and most of the tour takes place in shaded areas. If it looks like rain, we recommend you bring an umbrella.
Parking is available at nearby parking garages:
Absolutely not! Barcelona Eat Local Food Tours provides a unique 3 hours walking experience that combines architectural sights, neighborhoods and local history and a culinary insight of past and present Catalan cuisine. Imagine walking through charming Barcelona streets, eating our local restaurateurs’ and food merchants most delicious products while learning from the locals.
Please consider reading about our tours to learn more about them or read our Barcelona blog that gives up to date insider’s view into the evolving food scene in the Catalan Capital.
Please be sure and let us know if you (or anyone in your group) has a dietary restriction (e.g. vegetarian, diabetic, allergy, etc.) when you purchase your tickets. As long as we know in advance, we can accommodate your needs.
Yes, bathrooms are available during the tour at selected food-tasting locations.
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Wherever we tend to travel, a walking food tour is a must, because it is the best and quickest way to get to know a city and its people. Barcelona Eat Local was just that! Our tour guide was friendly and so knowledgeable not only about food but the culture and local happenings of the city.