Walking to know the local bars with a private guide
This tour will permit to do a walking tour visiting the narrow streets, churches in the old Gothic Quartier and the famous Boqueria Market while we enjoy together a lunch or dinner based on pintxos and tapas to taste the delicious spanish food; like deep-fried chili peppers, "patatas bravas", "jamón ibérico", "pà amb tomàquet". . . as well a taste of our delicious wines.
Tapas are served every day in bars all over Spain, they are so much a part of the culture and social scene of the country. The word "tapas" is derived from the Spanish verb tapar, "to cover". Do you want to learn more?
Join me! This is a perfect and funny experience to know about local gastronomy!
This tour can not be done Sundays and mondays due to day off of many local bars in the city.
We will start at the hard Rock café and stroll through the narrow streets of the old Gothic quarter, Cathedral, jewish quarter, the City hall and the Royal Palace. We will discover hidden corners in the old city while we taste delicious and traditional tapas and spanish wines.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At the Front door of Hard Rock Cafe in Cataluña Square.
End location: There is no specific end point will depend of your needs and rhythm, in any case not far from the starting point
Duration: 3 hours 30 min.
This is a walking tour.
Me as your personal guide, giving you all the explanations and tips during the tour and reservations to the bars and restaurants for the tapas with explanation about local gastronomy and wines.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
35 EUR - estimated expenses per person for tapas and wines
The price for tapas and wines is not included.
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Olga was amazing - we learned so much about Barcelona and the tapas scene. She was extremely accommodating, knowledgable and fun!! She learned what our interests were and tailored our walk accordingly. She took us to truly local establishments that you would never read about in the guidebooks. We all loved Olga and hope to see her again someday.