If you come to Barcelona, one of the things on your must-to-do list are ‘tapas’, maybe even a tapas tour in Barcelona. But what really is a tapa? What is the difference between a tapa and a pintxo? What are the most traditional tapas in Spain and in each region? Where to go to eat tapas? …
A Tapas Tour in Barcelona: Much more than tapas
We have designed the Barcelona tapas tour for you to discover the most representative tapas of each region, the most authentic tapas restaurants and the culture in Spain while taking a walking tour around the city. Much more than just a tapas tour, it’s a cultural experience and a walking tour!
Our Barcelona Tapas Tour is a walking tour and takes place in the Born district, one of the best neighborhoods to enjoy tapas. The walking tour includes a selection of tapas restaurants designed to provide a general overview of the various tapas styles available, including Catalan, Andalusian, Basque Country, Navarra, etc.
During the walking tour you will go to a few different tapas restaurants. In each one of them you will taste their specialties, so you only try the best! This is the way locals go tapas too! You will taste the traditional tapas (pulpo a la gallega, pà amb tomàquet, patatas bravas, …) but also a combination of modern tapas and the traditional ones too.
Just let us know if you have any food restrictions or allergies.
If you want to know what are our favorite tapas in Spain, check out our blog post: The 10 Best Tapas in Spain.