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When it comes to eating out Barcelona is undoubtedly one of the most blessed cities on earth... but only if you know where to look. During this gastronomic tour you'll be taken by an expert local guide away from the touristic haunts of Las Ramblas, and deep into the backstreets of hip districts like Raval and Gracia in search of the tastiest tapas in town. A tapa is a small dish meant to be eaten as a snack, and each bar and restaurant has their specialty. During this insider experience you'll visit a mix of old-school authentic bars and avant garde restaurants tasting the signature dishes of each, whether they be Basque pintxos, fantastic seafood like razor clams, octopus or chipirones or classic Spanish sausages, cured meats and hams. As you crawl around the hidden corners of the city in a small group of fellow food lovers you'll get a real cultural immersion through cuisine, and your guide will also explain the vibes, quirks and lifestyle of the city. For more info or to book a tour simply email us on info@barcelona-life.com with your dates and group size. Our carefully selected partner will get right back to you with a quote and any more details you require.

Barcelona Tapas Tours

I did this tour with my boyfriend. It was very nice. The tour guide gave us a lot of funny information and the food dishes were amazing and delicious. It was a little bit expensive but we ate and drank a lot. The bars were neighbourly and we would not have found them on our own I don't think.

reviewed by Lenka from Czech Republic on Dec.06.2016

Catalan cuisine is some of the best in the world... I'm looking forward to trying this new tour soon when I arrive in BCN in April!

reviewed by Lennox from United States on Mar.15.2013

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