Barcelona has hundreds of food tours. Some that roam the markets, teach you how to make some traditional food, and show you the best places to go for good food. But which food tours are the best? Like every city on Earth, you can get ripped off, so you should be careful when choosing your tour, even though most of them are very good.
The Zucker and Spice Food Tour
The Zucker and Spice Food Tour at http://zuckerandspicetravel.com/food-tours/ is a tailor-made tour by Barcelona food expert Sam Zucker. His tour, as he said on his website is not a “‘tapas crawl’ where you pay by the plate, but a ‘guided dining experience.'” Over the course of the tour, you’ll eat in four authentic bars and restaurants, where you can try a wide variety of dishes, and you’ll also be able to walk through the three oldest towns of Barcelona, so this food tour can double as a history tour as well. Another perk of this tour is that there is also wine tasting included.
Barcelona Market Tapas Lunch Tour
The Barcelona Market Tapas Lunch Tour, at https://foodlovertour.com/barcelona/local-food-market-tour/, by Foodlover Tour is a wonderful choice for all foodies. The tour guides you though the famous food markets of Barcelona, where you’ll sample 10-12 different tapas servings and learn about the food history of Barcelona. You’ll also be able to have dessert at a bakery at the end.
The Barcelona Gourmet Tapas and Wine Tour
This tour, at https://devourbarcelonafoodtours.com/tours/tour/barcelona-wine-tasting-tour/ is for wine lovers. You’ll be able to sample Catalan Wines as well as modern Barcelona cuisine. You can sample ten different Spanish wines, eat tapas, and learn about Barcelona’s- and Spain’s wine history and culture.
Tapas Walking Tour With Flamenco Experience
This tour, at https://www.tripadvisor.com/AttractionProductReview-g187497-d11481970-Tapas_and_Wine_Walking_Tour_with_Flamenco_Experience-Barcelona_Catalonia.html is special because after eating your tapas till your stomach is full, you get to watch a flamenco show. A Flamenco Show is a traditional Spain dance show that is very interesting and fun to watch. Also, on this tour, you’ll be able to walk through historic neighborhoods, where you’ll learn a lot about Barcelona’s history.
Once we all get to travel again, hopefully you’ll use these food tour tips on your vacation to Barcelona. Also, a thank you to The Culture Trip for great information on Barcelona Food Tours.