Gastronomy in Spain isn’t just excellent, it’s also composed of certain traditions and rituals that turn enjoying the famous Mediterranean diet into a complete experience; not just eating the typical dishes such as gazpacho, Iberian ham or grilled vegetables, but also visiting all kind of restaurants and bars which is a great pretext to wander around a city while visiting its neighborhoods. This is possible thanks to the Tapas Route in Barcelona, a great experience to know different areas of the city while we taste these small delicacies.
In Barcelona there is a long tradition in food markets. Despite having a large mall shopping culture, neighbours and tourists can’t resist the enormous charm offered by the markets of Barcelona. In these markets we can not just buy top quality food, but get to know a cultural and monumental heritage, worthy to be part of any self-respecting tourist route. Let’s take a look at the main and most attractive markets in Barcelona.
Barcelona is a capital with a very rich gastronomy, cradle of the best chefs in the world where the Mediterranean diet and innovation have its permanent headquarters. That’s the reason why it is imperative that, during walks in this pleasant city, whether for dinner or just for a snack, we stop to take pleasure in trying culinary offers. Enjoy Barcelona with all senses!
Barcelona has many things to boast about: monuments, culture, a full schedule of activities… but among all of them undoubtedly its rich cuisine highlights.
The Catalan cuisine is characterized by a perfect blend of tradition and innovation, respecting all the principles of the Mediterranean diet (which has such an importance that was declared World Intangible Heritage) but without losing sight of new trends. New trends that have the origin in Catalonia.