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Go on a food tour of Barcelona's Sant Antoni and El Poblesec neighborhoods, two areas close to the city center that many travelers miss out. You’ll enjoy nine tastings of regional gastronomy including patatas bravas, Spanish ham and crema Catalana, plus local drinks.
With a local expert to show you the way, you'll visit hidden culinary gems in Barcelona's foodies' districts, meet local restaurateurs, and learn the history and secrets of Catalan recipes. Plus, go home with a food guidebook to assist with further culinary explorations in Barcelona.
Highlights: - Enjoy over nine classic yet modern delightful tapas dishes - Taste an amazing Cava, the Spanish sparkling wine - Celebrate the local’s favorite mid-day tradition: fer vermut, and taste the best Spanish omelet in Barcelona. - Visit more than 5 family-run establishments - Discover the history and character of these iconic neighborhoods and the legacy of Barcelona’s modernism architecture left by Antoni Gaudi.
Sample nine exquisite dishes of authentic Catalan cuisine
Discover charming areas of Barcelona in Sant Antoni and Poble-sec
A guide provides context on Catalan history, culture, and cuisine
Benefit from insider knowledge on food and activities in Barcelona
What to Expect
Dive into the gastronomic worlds of Sant Antoni and Poble-sec on this guided walking tour. Despite their location near central Barcelona, these lively residential neighborhoods are less frequented by tourists. Both feature stunning architecture, markets, and a vibrant mix of classic cuisine and creative culinary innovations.
As you visit restaurants and specialty shops, sample drinks and nine flavorful farm-to-table dishes. Learn about the history and culture of these two distinct neighborhoods and the traditions of Catalan cuisine.
Your guide provides recommendations of other restaurants and activities, and your newly educated palate enriches the rest of your time in Barcelona.
Els Tres Tombs, Ronda de Sant Antoni, 2, 08001 Barcelona, Spain
Paral·lel, 08004 Barcelona, Spain
Food tastings, enough for a hearty lunch
Local Beverages, including a crash course on cava (Spanish sparkling wine)
Expert Foodie Tour Guide
Food Lovers’ Guide to Barcelona: full of insider’s tips and details
Entry/Admission - Bcn Bar
Entry/Admission - Mercat De Sant Antoni
Entry/Admission - Placa del Sortidor
Entry/Admission - Ca l'Isidre
Transportation to/from attractions
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
A maximum of 8 people per booking
Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking (i.e. allergy to eggs, fish, willingness to taste raw fish, pork, and/or alcohol) for you or anyone in your group
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
I had a great time with Barcelona Eat Local on the Sant Antoni and Poble Sec tour. I think it's a great way to try different pieces of Catalan cuisine and get some insight from someone with a local perspective. I enjoyed that we visited...More
Date of experience: September 2017
Andre A, Manager at Barcelona Eat Local Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded October 31, 2017
Hi there! we are delighted to hear that you had a great " foodie" time with us. We strive to give a wonderful experience, and your words just keep us motivated to continue providing food experiences at Barcelona's off the beaten path locations. Thanks a...More