Eating out in Barcelona
Girona, a city with rich heritage and delicious food, is less than 40 minutes away from Barcelona by train and a perfect place to go on a short break from the city.
La Rambla is Barcelona’s best loved boulevard and a good place to get the feel of what daily life is like in the capital of Catalonia.
Located in the heart of the old city, this district of narrow winding streets offers us a journey back through the centuries-old history of Barcelona.
Plaça de Catalunya is the very heart of Barcelona, through which a multitude of people pass to enjoy its shopping and leisure options.
Whilst Barcelona is most famous for sit-down meals, there are also legendary tapas bars that are well worth a visit.
El Raval is a good example of how art and culture transformed an area that was once known as Barcelona’s “Chinatown”.
La Boqueria was originally Barcelona’s central food market, but it’s become a landmark on the international gastronomic scene.
Eating in Barcelona is much more than just sitting around a table. Its restaurants are the homes of some of the best, most creative chefs on the planet.
Barcelona’s typical food is the heir of traditional Catalan cooking, and the focus is placed on the sea life fished out of the Mediterranean.