Gastronomic route in Barcelona
If you want to enjoy a true gourmet experience that combines good food and history, this is your perfect tour! We will have 3 stops, where each one will have something unique from Spain to offer. In one of them we will try “pintxos”, typical of the Basque Country, in another we will have the classic Catalan tapas, and in our last stop we will relax with a bit of vermouth.
On this tour we will visit the famous Casa Vicenç, the first project in charge of Gaudí. Gràcia was previously one of the places with the largest gypsy community in Barcelona, where the Catalan rumba was born during the sixties. The Catalan rumba is undoubtedly such an important part of the Catalan identity as the typical popular dance of the sardana or castellers, the human towers.
Gràcia is a little out of the busiest part of the center, this neighborhood has managed to stay local. It has a relaxed and bohemian atmosphere, but still maintains its village style.
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Meeting point: Pádua Station – Barcelona.
Days: Tuesday and Thursday.
Hours: from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Duration: 2.5 hours.