Thursday, December 2, 2010

barcelona foods

Barcelona, capital of Catalonia, has the privilege of being located in the middle of some of the most interesting wine regions in Spain, as well as being the home of Cava (Spanish champagne). Spanish Trails® Tours and Events offers food and wine experiences during the afternoons and evenings. The focus is always great food and drink but with the important added opportunity for our guests to explore and experience the best of Barcelona and Catalonia in an exciting, interactive way. For those looking to get out of the city, we host small groups for wine and gastronomy day tours to the Pened├Ęs and Ampordan regions. For those looking for a true Barcelona city as well as food and wine experience, we offer Tasting Barcelona: Small group, all-inclusive Wine and Gastronomy city tours in the downtown, four main districts of Barcelona. Treat yourself to the best of both worlds!.

You can stay in Barcelona for months and never run out of places to eat. The city has such a variety of restaurants, cafes, tapas bars, Basque pincho bars (where I took the photo above) and food stands (in local markets like the Boqueria) that you’ll wonder if the residents ever cook their own meals.

As well as the golf courses, the quality of the food and drink to be found is what sets Barcelona apart. We know where the best places are, so you can sample the best gastronomic experiences this city has to offer. Eating is an important part of life in Spain and Barcelona. Authentic Catalan restaurants are in abundance in nearly every street corner. The Catalan high standard of living is reflected in the passion they have for quality food & sophiscated recipes.

barcelona food : Peladillas in Barcelona
barcelona food : Peladillas in Barcelona

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