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The BEST tapas bars in Barcelona. Go to these five places, you will taste most authentic local tapas and wines!

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Barcelona Food & Drinks
Experience Barcelona through its food on this food tour with Eli. You'll learn about these five places' history, the best tapas you should order, how they're made, and why they're special. You can buy them on SUYUH and enjoy these tasty foods and drinks as you wander through Barcelona. 1. Mercado de la Boqueria: One of the city's foremost tourist landmarks, located on the famous street La Rambla, it is the largest and most famous market in Europe, with its bustling crowds, dazzling fruits, and gourmet food for you to enjoy. 2. Bar del Pi: Bar del Pi offers not only traditional tapas in the most authentic ways but also tasty Cava, a local wine. We order two must-try tapas, La bomba, and Galician Octopus. 3. Bodega la Palma: It is one of many historical bars in Barcelona, with almost 100 years long history. It has a very unique atmosphere and locals love this place. If you want to get away from the touristic crowd of Barcelona, Bodega La Palma is the place to be. Let's try some Vermut (another type of wine) the classic Patata Bravas and three Croquette varieties. 4. La Plata: It is probably one of the most visited bars in Barcelona, even though it is super small (but lovely and cozy). They famously ONLY serve five tapas, crispy fried sardines (pescaditos), buttifarra sausage, a salad of tomato wedges and raw onions, or anchovies and olives and pan con tomate (Spanish tomato bread). 5. Bodega La Tinaja: Looking for the best Jamon(Spanish ham) in Barcelona? Come to Bodega La Tinaja, located near Passeig del Born. Here you not only taste the best Spanish Ham, but you also see how the Chef cuts ham in front of you. Besides Spanish ham, and Pan Con Tomate, we will try another fine wine - La Sendal Wine. A Catalan dessert - Catalan Crème.
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Tour Comments (12)

  • 7 days ago

    this caganer store is so funny :D I gave a figurine to my parents

  • 1 week ago

    these nativity figures... from el caganer... I am literally dying xD

  • 1 week ago

    A porrón is so meaningful (hygienic), easy to handle, and the Catalans have been using it since before Covid!

  • 1 week ago

    from rosado to tinto and blanco, the wines are very tasty and the tapas help you not to get too drunk ;))

  • 1 week ago

    Thaaank you very much for all your recommendations! I will take them into account for my next trip

  • 1 week ago

    Bar del Pi is definetly the BEST tapas bar in barcelona :)

  • 1 week ago

    Eli, it's so nice to hear and see you on this food tour!

  • 1 week ago

    I used to work in the town hall. The square behind it is always full with lots of people.

  • 1 week ago

    ham and cheese - what more could you want?

  • 2 weeks ago

    I love the cheese sticks that look like fries 🍟

  • 2 weeks ago

    I can confirm it, Bodega La Palma is a place with great wine and not too many tourists

  • 2 weeks ago

    OMG this market is so amazing, thank you for showing us around!