Everyone knows that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so start your day off right! Join us on this tapas brunch in Barcelona to see what the locals enjoy eating in the morning and take in the city’s morning atmosphere. Experience a morning like a Barcelona native, eating all the best breakfast foods along the way!
This fun tapas brunch in Barcelona is designed to show you the essential morning food habits you can find in Spain and nowhere else. Live a typical Spanish morning food adventure, a full immersion in the local traditions and culinary behaviours. Don’t miss the opportunity to experience Barcelona on a fun and colourful must-do food tour.
First, we begin our tapas brunch in Barcelona at exactly the peak time for many cafés, and we start our peregrination with a unique, and most typical, local breakfast. To continue the adventure, we pass by an old, traditional corner xurreria for some crispy, delicious bites of warm churros. Then, as a third stop, we believe that any good food tour, especially in the morning, must include a local food market! That is why we have chosen one of the most typical and high-quality markets in town, away from the more touristy ones, to continue our adventure and show you some of the best fresh products our region offers.
Your tasty bites during our Barcelona Tapas Brunch include Jamon Iberico (Spanish ham), local cheeses, delicious olives, and our incredible local champagne, cava. To finish up after these three very different experiences, we end up like locals do, in one of the most popular bodegas in the area. This is a favourite spot among the residents for what is, again, a must-do local tradition, the vermut appetizer! It’s quite an old tradition that came back into fashion a few years ago and became a hit with Barcelona’s residents.
We have designed this adventure to show you the way locals live and interact in the city through the spectrum of food. As food experts, we guide you through a succession of typical moments of life, starting with the first stop, a most compulsory and traditional morning moment of the day. It’s known as “el almuerzo corto,” which could be also called second breakfast.
About the Supplier: Food Lover Tour believes in sustainable gastronomy and has collaborated with local restaurants and bars that offer sustainable meals and locally grown products. Their tours are specially designed to meet their food ecosystem and give a holistic experience to tourists visiting Spain.
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Tour guide gratuities are always graciously accepted.
Tour runs rain or shine.
Our supplier needs at least 4 people on the tour to be able to go ahead. In the unlikely event that less than this number book for your tour date, we will offer you an alternative or a full refund.