Barcelona Food and Culture Tour

Barcelona could be the most visually interesting city in the world. Unique architecture greets you wherever you turn, from the Gothic cathedral to the Eixample district’s Modernist hallucinations to the beachfront sail of the modern W Hotel. You’ll want to explore every inch of its varied neighborhoods: mysterious Gothic Quarter with its winding streets, the sun-soaked Barceloneta, filled with authentic fisherman’s bars, the Eixample’s orchestrated layout and beautiful buildings, or Gracia’s bohemian soul. The Catalan capital has incredible cuisine and nightlife, from traditional restaurants and sleek tapas bars to expert wine bars and glitzy beachfront lounges. No matter what calls to you, Barcelona will make you want to come back.




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Barcelona Food and Culture Tour

3 Days / 2 Nights

Barcelona – 2 Nights


  • Private walking tour in the historic Gothic Quarter

  • Private Gaudi tour in Barcelona with an expert architecture guide

  • See Gaudi's Sagrada Familia and the Block of Discord on the Paseo de Gracia

  • Dinner at a modern tapas restaurant

Barcelona Food and Culture Tour

Day 1 – Barcelona

  • Private walking tour of Barcelona's Ciutat Vella, Gothic Quarter, including famous and rarely seen corners such as the Hotel Espanya by architect Domènech i Muntaner, Roman Temple columns and the fishermen’s church Santa Maria del Mar.

  • Lunch at Quim de la Boqueria in the Boqueria Market.

  • Overnight Barcelona

Day 2 – Barcelona

  • Gaudí & Modernism tour: See Gaudi´s masterful Sagrada Familia and La Pedrera apartment building. Skip the lines with your guide!

Walk the length of the Paseo de Gracia where multiple Modernist buildings are found, including Casa Batlló and Casa Amatller

  • Dinner at a modern tapas restaurant in the Gothic Quarter

  • Overnight Barcelona

Day 3 – Departure

  • Private transfer to the train station or the airport for your onward journey.


  • Journey out to the sublime Priorat wine region for extended visits with winemakers where Bugundian-style village differentiation is becoming more commonplace.

  • Spend some downtime in coastal Sitges, traditionally a getaway spot for Barcelona artists and intellectuals.

  • Escape to a Costa Brava hideaway. The coast is stunningly beautiful, the food even better and the charm unmatched.