Gourmet Tours

  • Tapas Evening Walking Tour
    Combine gourmet food and Catalan culture on a pre-dinner walking tour of Barcelona’s famous tapas bars. It’s a great way to begin your visit of Barcelona – not only do you get an overview of this fabulous city, you also learn how to order tapas (bar snacks) and discover some of the best bars and cafes Barcelona has to offer. Plus, your friendly, informative guide can offer suggestions to help you get the most from your stay in Barcelona.Your tapas walking tour of Barcelona begins at a restaurant offering a wide selection of local, delectable tapas. Here you will enjoy three tapas with a glass of wine or beer, while your food and wine guide provides insights into the flavors of the wine, the cuisine and Spanish culture.From here your guide will lead you to Barcelona’s most famous street, La Rambla, with its bird cages, tapas bars and local restaurants. On your stroll down La Rambla you will make a detour to La Boqueria, the city’s famous food market which offers an array of fresh produce including fruit and vegetables, live seafood, cheeses and every type of meat imaginable.You’ll continue to the Gothic Quarter, where you will discover the architecture, atmosphere, language and gastronomy that are unique to Spain, and some of the gourmet shops which are over 100 years old.
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    Your last stop will be at a Basque bar in a historic 14th-century building, an ideal spot to take a break on your trip through the Gothic Quarter. Here four tasty tapas and a glass of wine, beer or cider will be waiting for you.

    • Barcelona Gourmet and La Boqueria Market Walking Tour
      Walk through the Old Town as you discover Barcelona’s most emblematic gastronomic establishments. Learn about Catalan gastronomic culture, an essential ingredient of its cultural heritage.Visit La Boqueria Market, which is the most well known market in Spain, opened in 1836. La Boqueria Market sells a wide variety of local produce, such as vegetables, fish, meat, fruit, as well as foods from all over the world and even insects!Also on the itinerary is “Tostaderos Casa Gispert”, specialized in roasting coffee and nuts. Opened in 1851, the shop retains its original furniture and old wood-burning oven: the only one of its kind in Europe.

      During your walking tour you will also visit shops specializing in wine, chocolate and pastries. You will have the chance to try samples of traditional Catalan products, such as fruits in La Boqueria Market, and wine at the end of the tour in the Winery “La Vinya del Senyor” (a glass of wine and a Catalan Tapa).

    • Andalusian Dinner and Flamenco Show
      Feel the passion of the flamenco and the delicious heat of Andalusian cuisine on a night out in Barcelona to remember! You’ll dine on typical fare from Andalusia and watch a dynamic flamenco show in classic Spanish surroundings. The dinner menu is a tasty sampling of typical Andalusian dishes, including toasted bread with tomato, an assortment of cold cuts (Serrano ham, cheeses, sausages), Campina salad, Mixed seafood or seafood paella with Desserts and wine or Sangria.The accompanying flamenco show reveals the variety of music, singing and dancing incorporated in this passionate art form. Improvisation is a key element of flamenco, with each artist individually interpreting the rhythm and communicating the beat to the other players. Communication between the artists and audience is also an important part of the performance. One of the highlights of the night is the emotive midnight prayer, “Salve Rociera”.
    • Flamenco Night at Tablao Cordobes
      Feel the passion of the flamenco at Barcelona’s legendary Torres Cordobes, where some of the greatest names in flamenco have performed. Entertained by an internationally renowned flamenco group, you’ll discover why the traditional dance of Spain is so popular. You’ll also have the option of dining on a traditional buffet meal or simply ordering a drink to enjoy while watching the show.The flamenco show reveals the variety of music, singing and dancing incorporated in this passionate art form. Improvisation is a key element of flamenco, with each artist individually interpreting the rhythm and communicating the beat to the other players. Communication between the artists and audience is also an important part of the performance.

      While being entertained by a fabulous live flamenco show, you have the option to enjoy a traditional Spanish buffet meal with 33 different hot and cold dishes, including paella. You can also enjoy traditional pastries and fruit. Unlimited drinks are also available, including wine, sangria, beer, soft drinks, mineral water and coffee. Alternatively, you can simply order a drink to enjoy while watching the show.

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