Not only will you taste some of the most amazing food Barcelona has to offer, but you will do it in places where it may be hard to see another tourist. After meeting your awesome English speaking local guide at the Santa Monica Arts Centre, you will wander off into the local districts of the city, to visit some of the tastiest places you could ever imagine. Areas like Raval, once off limits to tourists, are now thriving areas of regeneration and cultural celebration, and you will witness the best of the best.
Whether it is salmorejo in a cozy terrace bar, or ham, cheese and stunning wine in an authentic bodega, this tour will allow you to sample all of those Spanish classics you have only dreamed about. A visit to a traditional Vermuteria for a tasty drink and a Spanish omelette will ensure that you are full and ready for your stroll to the nearby Poble Sec, including passing through the area of Parallel, known for its cluster of theatres, music bars and cabarets.
In a little bodega on the side of the Montjuic, Barcelona’s renowned hillside, you will sit back and soak in the new memories you’ve created, while indulging in yet another tapas delight. With memories of such artistic masterpieces as Fernando Botero’s sculpture, or such gorgeous pedestrian heavens like the Rambla de Raval, you can revel in the comfort you have just experienced the ‘real’ Barcelona, with all the tapas it has to offer.