C/ de Sant Pere Més Alt, 1, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
3 to 4 hours
Barcelona Gourmet Tapas Walking Tour and Flamenco Show. This 3.3-hour walking tour, flamenco show, and ‘pintxos’ dinner (skewered tapas) are the perfect way to make the most of an evening in Barcelona.
Enjoy the 17th-century Dalmases Palace’s baroque surroundings while watching a flamenco show in the trendy El Born neighborhood. Finally, dine at one of the city’s best ‘pintxos’ restaurants for a truly gourmet experience. Drinks at both the flamenco show and dinner are included in the price of your tour.
- All entrance fees included
- Dinner included
- Informative, friendly, and professional guide
- Small-group tour
- Tour is wheelchair accessible
Eixample – El Born – Gothic Quarter – Plaça Reial
Take a leisurely walk to the edge of the Eixample district to find a tapas gem and one of Barcelona’s finest modernist-style bars after meeting your guide in central Barcelona near Palau de la Musica.
The bar provides delicious Catalan favorite dishes such aspa amb tomàquet (bread with olive oil and tomatoes) and brave potatoes (oil beans, red pepper, and chili, served with aioli). Watch the chef prepare the food, then sit down to enjoy a plate and a drink while listening to Catalan cuisine stories.
Have a walk to Born and listen to your guide explain the history, food, and culture of Barcelona as you go. Your target is the locally-loved ham store in the neighborhood, where enormous serrano ham legs hang in the windows.
Head inside and sample some of the finest meats produced from pigs fed with acorns and sample common cheeses like Manchego.
Continue your walk through Born, pass the Barcelona Cathedral (Holy Cross and St. Eulalia Cathedral) and the old Roman city walls, and then wind your way to the heart of the Gothic Quarter to Plaça Reial, a busy night square near La Rambla, where the highlight of your evening awaits— a flamenco performance inside one of Barcelona’s oldest flamenco bars!
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Gothic Quarter (Barri Gotic)
Starting at Plaça Sant Felip Neri, walk through the Gothic Quarter until you arrive at the Born. Learn about the history of the Born district. The oldest parts of Barcelona can be found in this district, which is home to the city’s Roman wall and a number of important medieval structures.
However, much of the quarter’s current fabric dates back to the 19th and early 20th centuries. Both the medieval Jewish enclave of El Call and the abandoned synagogue of Sinagoga Major are located here. This section of Barcelona’s Old City still has a maze-like grid of streets and squares. The majority of the quarter is off-limits to regular traffic, but service vehicles and taxis are allowed to pass through.
Arrive at Palau Dalmases where you are going to enjoy the Flamenco show Have a drink while you see the show
Placa de Sant Jaume
Starting the Tapas Route: First Bar – Mediterranean Tapas Second Bar – Basque Tapas Third Bar – Tapas from Sevilla