The best way to really experience all that Barcelona has to offer is by its food! From tasting traditional Spanish paella and local calçots and romesco sauce to wandering around the famous El Boqueria market with a personal guide, Barcelona is full of fun foodie things to do! Join an Eatwith experience to discover the city like a local.
Are you looking for unforgettable things to do in Barcelona while you're visiting this beautiful city?
Finding what to do in Barcelona is not always easy because there are so many amazing options! Why not start by exploring local neighborhoods like the famous Gracia district in Barcelona? Or go on a walking food tour and discover the colorful food markets, guided by experienced local hosts who will show you the best things to do in Barcelona.
If you want to work on your tan be sure to head to the beach, and after that it'll be time to enjoy some Sangria and tapas before indulging in a delicious Spanish paella dinner.
Our Barcelona hosts will welcome you into their homes around the city in beautiful venues featuring stunning rooftops or hidden gardens, and will feed you the best local Spanish food you can find in Barcelona!
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Try one of our immersive dinners, lunches, brunches, tastings, food tours and cooking classes with local hosts.
Want to learn to make an authentic paella during your stay? Or perfect the art of tapas? Or how about a gin making workshop? Join our hands-on Barcelona cooking classes with expert hosts who will share their culinary tips and tricks. A cooking class is the best way to discover the local cuisine and take home some special recipes to wow your family and friends! Discover our Barcelona cooking classes today.
From the famous Mercado de la Boqueria market to off-the-beaten-path butchers and bakeries, let our local hosts show you a side to Barcelona you never knew existed. Try a tapas tour around Barrio Gótico, embark on a tasting in El Born, or book a spot on a classic food walk through the Jewish Quarter. Browse all our Barcelona food tours!
If you want to avoid the tourists, visit Barcelona in April-July or September-November. The weather is still perfect!
It's a bit of a hike but it's worth the walk for the incredible panoramic view over the whole city and sea.
Book tickets online up to 2 months in advance to skip the line and head straight through those iconic doors.
To fully appreciate Gaudi's incredible architecture, pack a picnic lunch and it enjoy it in one of the secluded spots in the park.
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Barcelona is one of those cities that routinely pops up on lists of the best places in the world to visit. And that’s for good reason; this city on the Mediterranean has a little bit of everything, from stunning architecture to beautiful scenery to a slew of cultural offerings both modern and historical. On top of that, it has a strong tradition of wonderful food.
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