Traditional Spanish tapas have been part of the local culture for generations and tapas tours in Spain have become extremely popular. To put it simply – tapas are deliciously tasty, small plates of food served in the bars and restaurants. They can be served hot or cold and range from a dish of olives to more complex dishes.
When it comes to food and drink experiences in Barcelona, Catalan cuisine goes beyond the traditions of Spanish tapas and paella. In fact, Barcelona food and drink tours will uncover an array of regional favourites. Where the local cuisine tastes even better washed down with a vintage bottle of vino, sourced from the nearby DO Alella wine region.
With so much food to choose from, our tapas tours and experiences in Barcelona are a fantastic way for an international foodie to discover Spanish cuisine. Whereby our food and drink tours in Barcelona take you to the very best places, meeting the locals.
Paella may well be the national dish in Spain, but there are so many other types of foods to try in Barcelona. After all, as our Barcelona food tours will showcase, Spanish food isn’t just about the ever-popular combination of rice, meat, chorizo and shell-fish.
Join one of our food tours in Barcelona and discover where to get the best paella. As well as the ever-popular Spanish tapas and much more.
Barcelona is a gorgeous colourful seaside city with plenty of history, culture, and wonderful architecture. It is also well-known for attracting food tourism, due to its vast selection of bars and restaurants. Barcelona also has a long history of celebrated Catalan cooking, including authentic traditional meals, such as rich, hearty paella.
There are more countries producing wine nowadays than ever before, and vineyards are popping up in the least expected places. Even the Gobi Desert in the remote regions of Asia! As such, wine tours provide a fantastic insight into fine-wines from around the world.
Although, for the ultimate wine tour, the top three wine regions in the world have to be – Italy, France and Spain. In actual fact, these countries produce nearly half of the wine that is produced around the world.