From Vermouth to classic cocktails, many Barcelona food tours showcase the culture of Catalonia. Barcelona is home to hundreds of bars, some new and glitzy and some old and rustic.
Tapas are platters of food, consisting of either meat or bread. There are many tapas bars in the city, and it is a part of the deeply ingrained culture of Catalonia. If you are in the city, a Barcelona tapas tour is a must-do.
Learn how to make these delicacies and watch the masters make them in front of your eyes. These are hidden treasures and through the best Barcelona food tours, you will be able to unearth these gems and enjoy for yourself.
The Catalan region is known for a very special sparkling wine called Cava, which is readily available in Barcelona. You can enjoy this on various Barcelona food tours.
Visit some of the oldest eateries in the city and enjoy foods that are not known commercially to tourists. These food tours are a great way to eat foods that are only served in a few places.
Dine in places rich in tradition and history. The unique advantage of these secret food tours Barcelona is that these locations are not run like well-funded restaurants and aim to provide a unique and authentic experience.
There are many markets in the city and the influx of fresh produce allows various tapas bars and restaurants to set up in these markets. They will serve you some of the most delectable foods straight from the farm.
Barcelona is home to a great number of patisseries, chocolate shops, and bakeries. These Barcelona food tours let you enjoy these savory delights.
A 4-hour food tour that takes you on a culinary journey through the heart of the city. One of the best Barcelona food tours, you can eat heartily from lunch to dinner. Featuring the best tapas bars and restaurants, it is a great way to eat and learn more about the city.
The best way to enjoy the local food markets is through the Foodlover tour. This tour takes you to a less crowded and touristy market in Eixample, where you can sample over 12 different dishes along the way. Top it all off with a dessert from a local bakery.
A great way to experience old and new traditions, the Barcelona Eat Local tour takes you on a journey through Barcelona’s old fishing neighborhood where there are many prominent tapas bars. The journey continues as the tour takes you to Barcelona’s latest trend, craft beer.
Enjoy some of the finest wines on offer with Devour Barcelona. You get to taste some of the finest reds, whites and sparkling wine Catalonia has to offer. You will also get to learn about the process and even enjoy some delicious tapas on the tour.
This tour takes you to the new-age Poble Sec district, with many young chefs experimenting with Spanish cuisine. You will also be able to try out pintxos bars, which are a new take on tapas bars and serve food on skewers and sticks.
A potato-based dish filled with cheese and meat, Iberico ham, in particular, is very popular in Barcelona. It is perhaps the most famous food you can try in Barcelona and all of the Barcelona food tours have tapas bars that serve these all day long.
A dish similar to the croqueta, the bomba is a ball of mashed potato and meat, coated in breadcrumbs. These can be either bite-sized or large like the size of tennis balls. You can eat this with aioli.
A local delicacy, the Catalans use Padron pepper, which is very mild and grill it to a char. It is served with sea salt sprinkled on top and a side of aioli.
A kind of omelet that is reserved for the kings, the Spanish omelet is a dish that is not only a breakfast food but can be had all day long. Filled with onions, potatoes, and chunks of ham, Spanish omelets are rich dishes that can be found in tapas bars across the city.
Sliced bread with fresh tomatoes, olive oil and sprinkled with sea salt, Pa amb tomàquet is a mandatory order in Barcelona. Each restaurant and tapas bar has its own variation of the dish.