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Barcelona, like every year is preparing for one of the typical culinary traditions: calçotada. In the period from February to April, which represents the end of winter and the arrival of spring, the Catalans meet with friends to eat together the calçots.

It’s the definitive Spanish dish in a country where everything revolves around food. Although purists might disagree, it’s more representative of a fun and communal approach to food than it is to a specific recipe. Yet without a doubt, if there’s one concoction that you can’t visit Spain without tasting, it’s a hearty mix of […]

Chocolate, donuts, crakanias, clouds of chocolate, macarons, cakes, churros, gourmet apples, chocolates of all types and pasta with an irresistible smell of chocolate! .

Tapas are dishes prepared to accompany a beer or glass of wine. You can taste the tapas any time of day, there is always a bar a restaurant serving tapas all day.

Of all the religious holidays, Easter is the most important. Barcelona is a modern and cosmopolitan city, which is why Easter is not feeling as much as in other Spanish cities like Seville. However, the Catholic traditions are an important part of festivals and local culture.

If you love good food and a lover of tasty cod this news is for you. From 1 to March 31 in Barcelona, you can follow the first edition of the “Ruta de Bacalao”.

Barcelona is full of places that offer food. Kitchens and traditions from around the world are intertwined as in any other city in the world. But undoubtedly the most famous food offering bars and restaurants in the city are tapas and bocadillos. My favorite place, obligatory stop for all my guests when I come to […]

Lately, the big american fast food has returned very fashionable. In all corners of the city can find chic restaurants that serve burgers. But unlike the big chains, these restaurants serve high quality meat. Today I want to signal 4 of my favorites:

I found this very nice video that summarizes in a few minutes all attractions in Barcelona. It starts from the old harbor of Barcelona, Port Vell, through the Ramblas to stop and eat at the Boqueria Market. The video shows little by little all the most popular of the modernist city: the most important symbol, […]

Walking through the city center you can meet lots of chocolate shop. In fact, Barcelona has a special relationship not only with the sea, but also with the chocolate. Near the Ciudadela Park is a museum dedicated to this delicious food, where are the good times past. >> Museu de la Xocolata <