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1. Barcelona: Private Food Tour with 10 Tastings
8 authentic local bites and 2 traditional drinks are included for the perfect Spanish tasting experience delivered by your private local guide. Start your food journey at a local family bar, where most locals head to for a delicious bite of Churros and a relaxing drink. Pass by the Raval district, head to the oldest outdoor bar in the city and taste the best Patatas Bravas in Barcelona. Finish your tour with a cold glass of wine in the hip Barra de Ferro. Can you imagine anything better than that? Your local food experience also includes authentic Croquetas, the famous Iberian Ham and a glass of vermouth. All these amazing tastings are included in the price of the tour, so all you have to do is relax and enjoy the delicious pastries, savory treats and local drinks.
My brother and I went on a siblings trip for 3 weeks around Spain and Portugal and Barcelona was our first stop. We accidentally booked both the trip and this experience on a major holiday, but that didn’t stop our guide, Bianca from being in high spirits. Bianca was great because she catered the experience to my brother and my interests. She asked questions the day before and tailored the experience to what I had asked for, which was an authentic experience as a local. My brother enjoys history and I enjoy architecture, so she made sure to make an extra effort to include factual information about things we passed as well. Our tour with Bianca was definitely the highlight of our trip!
2. Barcelona: Private Pinxto and Wine Tasting Tour with a Local
Taste the typical pinxtos (small snacks of bread with delicious toppings) paired with wines at unique venues in some of Barcelona's hippest neighborhoods. Benefit from the inside knowledge of a local host exclusive to you and your group on a 2-hour private tasting tour of districts such as Sant Antoni and Poble Sec. Escape the tourist crowds and learn how the locals pair their wines with different flavors at 4 unique venues. Savor the spicy notes of Tempranillo grapes or the dense flavors of a dry Ros Marina white wine made from Xarel·lo grapes from Catalonia. Discover how the region's vineyards have maintained their wine-making traditions over time and hear inspiring stories about family-run wine estates. Sample authentic dishes and unusual food pairings, such as typical montaditos (mini, filled rolls) and chicken with raspberry. Get a local insight into the city's ...
Marit was amazing, she guided us through neighborhoods in Barcelona that we would never have found otherwise. We tasted excellent pinchos/tapas and drank very good wine. I totally recommend this tour, it was an experience that I will carry. Best of all was the nice company from our guide Marit, who was a splendid guide and a very nice person. Thank you!
3. Barcelona: Explore the Gothic Quarter with a Local
Wander through some of the best neighborhoods in the city with a local host, who knows the city inside out and can show you a Barcelona they know you will love. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. Stop for a quick bite to eat or coffee break at one of the host's favorite cafe's or markets - a hand-picked place that suits your preferences, budget and dietary requirements. Pop into any shops, galleries or places of interest along the way, get insider stories and stumble upon hidden gems, getting a feel for local life as well as seeing the city’s most famous sights. Your host will also advise you on the best way to spend the following days of your trip, allowing you to discover other areas of Barcelona that they know you’ll love, as well as sharing tip...
4. Barcelona: 2-Hour Bites & Flavors Private Food Tour
Treat your tastebuds to 6 amazing tastings and enjoy eating like a local. Discover the city’s history through its authentic flavors and explore the best foodie areas on this culinary journey. Kick off your private food tour at the vibrant Santa Caterina Market, where all locals go to find the best ingredients. Try out some delicious manchego cheese and Iberian ham, and take in the market vibes. Move on to try the famous patatas bravas and a glass of vermouth in a cool bar in the Raval neighborhood. Relax and enjoy the delicious pastries, savory treats, and local drinks. Thinking it can’t get better? Think again! Finish your tour at local family bar, where locals head to for a delicious bite of churros.
Our tour guide Natalia was excellent. She was passionate about the subject and very patient with our 8 year old.
5. Barcelona: Secret Food Tour
Firstly, your local Barcelonian guide will take you to a little family cafe where you will try a homemade typical Spanish breakfast: Churros and hot chocolate. Some tiny streets later, you will have the chance to taste and see the diversity of gastronomy in the local Market Hall, where you will taste sumptious Spanish and Catalan cheeses and the famous Iberian Ham (jamón). Along the way, your guide will teach you some great knowledge about both the history and the gastronomy to enhance the whole experience. Have fun and try to drink from a Porrón (you will find out on the day). You will understand the influence of other cultures in Spanish dishes in one of the most emblematic shops of the city, which has also been a master roaster since 1851. Learn the real origins of tapas and try some delicious items in a family restaurant with some wine. Get closer to the Meditéranean sea by sitt...
6. Barcelona: Authentic Tapas Crawl
Meet your friendly, local guide to begin your tapas walking tour through several off-the-beaten-path parts of Barcelona. Taste what some of the city's most well-regarded authentic restaurants and bars have to offer. Make five different stops for tapas and drinks over the course of three hours. Learn how to recognize high-quality Spanish ham, taste different varieties of local wine, and rub shoulders with locals as your guide give you the inside scoop on the gastronomic fabric of the city. With a maximum of ten people per tour, you are sure to enjoy an intimate and authentic experience of the local food scene. Leave with a full stomach and a rich understanding of life in Barcelona.
7. Barcelona: Gothic Quarter Tapas, Wine, and Dinner Tour
Kick off your exploration of Barcelona by delving into the foodie scene at one of the city's most vibrant areas: the Gothic Quarter. After gathering with your guide, you'll make your way to your first stop, which is dedicated to opening up your palate to new flavors. Enter a favorite of Barcelona nightlife, Bodega Maestrazgo, where you’ll immediately see shelves stocked floor-to-ceiling with Spanish vermouth, cava (Spanish champagne), and other wines. With a side of bread, manchego cheese, and olives, you will be able to sample cava first hand. Marked by its Denominación de Origen status from Catalonia, this sparkling wine’s name tells a tale of its preservation methods. Cava translates to “caves”, where this wine was stored to keep cool in the early days. You'll finish off your first stop with some of the best jamón in the world, Jamón Iberico de Bellota. Next up you will rec...
8. Welcome to Barcelona Orientation Tour
Not unlike having your own personal concierge, your guide comes to your Barcelona residence, either in your hotel lobby or inside your apartment, bringing with them a delicious array of Catalan snacks. Your guide will demystify a map of Barcelona, pointing out interesting neighborhoods and sights worth seeing. According to your interests, you'll be provided with a list of favorite cafés, restaurants, shopping locations, local markets, or museums. Anything you’re on the lookout for. You’ll also get a lesson on navigating the city, from taxis to the bike rental system and of course the metro. Discover how Barceloneses handle everyday situations like tipping, dealing with moody waiters, avoiding pickpockets, and sidestepping crowds at popular attractions. After your Barcelona briefing, you’ll be ready to explore the Gothic neighborhood. Learn the difference between a cafeteria and a “Gra...
9. Barcelona: 3.5-Hour Tapas Food Tasting Tour
During this food tasting tour pass by some of the most emblematic and ancient spots of the city. Retrace the footsteps of celebrated artists, while tasting Spanish and Catalan culinary staples and must-haves. Accompanied by a local food expert, wander through the Gothic Quarter, see its major landmarks and unveil the neighborhood's compelling stories. Experience the true essence of “vermuteo" and savor traditional, delicious tapas with typical wines. Also, have the chance to indulge in one of the first desserts ever documented.
Tastings that are possible on this tour include: • Bravas - Delicious fried potatoes with a garlic sauce or spicy tomato sauce on top. • Croquetas - Crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside, classic croquetas are made with a mixture of béchamel and cubes of cured ham. • Vermut - "Fer un Vermut" is a real Catalan ritual you just can't say n...
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There were a lot of people there. Everything set up nicely. Input resp. the beginning was a bit unclear (according to the command of the responsible persons)
Get there as early as possible, because from late morning it is very crowded! You can go through the huge pool several times, which is definitely worth it.
Very convenient . No need to queue for tickets when you enter directly. Visit which lasted more or less 1h30
uncomplicated, quick and reliable. Booking was processed directly and could be used
Super fun for the kids. Our son was amazed and thought it was fantastic!!