Bar Crawl in Barcelona with Spanish Wines, Vermut, Cold Beer and Tapas

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To better understand Barcelona and get a taste of it, hop on this 2-hour gastronomic tour, which will be the bright memory of your Barcelona story. This tour will introduce you to all the tapas and delicious wines listed, and make your evening in Barcelona a memorable experience. Enjoy a beautiful night in Barcelona and unwind at the best local restaurants. See locals relax and celebrate this beautiful life. ● Taste four delicious tapas and four drinks ● Enjoy a nice stroll around the city and get all your questions answered by your private local guide ● Try local specialties like a pink glass of cava with some manchengo cheese tapas, chorizo al diablo and of course, Spanish wines ● Get ultimate tasting experience - try a drink served flaming and paired with a refreshing vermut ● Go for one of the most beloved dishes in Spain - tortilla de patatas with a cold beer

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Friendly Local Guides

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Stop At: Barcelona

Spain has something to surprise even the most sophisticated gourmets. The real gem of the Spanish cuisine is its tapas. Their history of this goes back into many centuries ago, and there are also many fascinating versions of how this tradition arose. Hiking to bars and restaurants serving tapas is a favorite pastime for any local. This is a special ritual that we will get familiar with on our tour.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Basilica de Santa Maria del Mar

It is a great project by Antoni Gaudí and the most unusual church not only in Barcelona, but on the whole planet Earth - and those who have visited the Sagrada Familia will certainly agree with this. Here you will meet your guide and start your food trip.

Duration: 20 minutes

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Today, the Picasso Museum is housed in five Gothic mansions and occupies a large part of Moncada Street. The Barcelona Picasso Museum displays more than 4000 works by the founder of Cubism, from pencil drawings at the age of nine to works of the "blue" and "pink" periods. Nearby this great place you will have the first snack to taste and drink wine. During our tour, you will learn the names of different tapas dishes, how to order tapas, the names of the most popular tapas dishes in Barcelona, how and what to drink with tapas.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Pla de Palau Lampposts Antoni Gaudi

During his studies, Gaudí collaborated as a draftsman with Josep Fontsere y Mestre in the creation of the gateway to the Parque de Ciutadella. Upon completion of this project, the Barcelona City Hall commissioned him to design public lighting for two city squares: Plaza Real and Pla de Palau. Here you will find locals' favorite spot. Enjoy a pink glass of cava with some manchengo cheese tapas. The composition of tapas can vary dramatically - from a bowl of almonds or olives to a plate of fried shrimp. Pinchos: This dish comes from the Basque Country, an autonomous region of Spain. Pinchos is the same as tapas, but always with bread, in the form of a one-bite sandwich. Sometimes they are also called "Montaditos" (that's how they are called in Quimet y Quimet).

Duration: 30 minutes

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The Palace of the Duke of Sessa is an academic and baroque palace in the municipality of Barcelona protected as a cultural heritage of local interest. Located in the Ciutat Vella, Palau Sessa or Larrard area, it is located in the northeastern part of the block of houses delimited by Carrers Ample, de la Plata, de la Mercè and de Simó Oller. It has three facades overlooking the first three streets and shares it with the neighboring property. The main access is from Kalle Ample. Here you will taste delicious tapas and Vermut, which is favourite drink of locals.

Duration: 30 minutes

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There are no strict rules for choosing drinks for tapas. Of course, everything will depend on which tapas you choose. However, you will notice that the locals prefer to drink light drinks. In pincho bars, this is usually Basque cider or a light white Txacoli wine. A quick tour of Barcelona's bars reveals that most locals drink cava or vermut. Strong red wine is not recommended with tapas as it can drown out the taste buds. A light, refreshing, cool wine or cider with a simple taste should be drunk between different tapas so that you can enjoy the richness of different tapas flavors. Our tour will introduce you to all the tapas and delicious wines listed, and make your evening in Barcelona a memorable one.

Duration: 20 minutes
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