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In Spain do as the Spaniards! Take a fun tour to discover the Spanish culture of "tapeo" and enjoy the Basque top bars in Barcelona that prepare the best "pintxos"!
Live the essence of the Spanish culture of ‘tapeo’ with the PINTXOS BARCELONA experience! The Pintxos (or pinchos) are elaborate, succulent and creative bites, native of the Basque Country rich culinary tradition.
Take advantage of this culinary crawl through Barcelona to get to know some of the city’s top tapas places. The tour takes in select bars and restaurants where you can savour the best tapas and pintxos (smaller, more elaborate tapas) in town.
Pass landmarks such as Santa Caterina Market, the Gothic cathedral, the Picasso Museum, the city hall, the Ramblas and the Modernist complex of Sant Pau as you follow this tasty tapas and pintxos trail.
In front of Santa Caterina Market, you will find Orio Born, a Modernist space adapted to the style of the trendy Born district, while just a brief stroll from the Picasso Museum you can refresh at Euskal Etxea, the most authentic Basque tavern in Barcelona. Then, close to Santa María del Mar Cathedral, there is Sagardi Gótic, a bar famed for its warm and jovial atmosphere.
In a narrow street close to the Pla de Palau you will find Golfo de Bizkaia, where can savour the best combination of products from the sea and a refreshing txakoli (a lightly sparkling white wine) in the purest Basque style.
Continue to a side street off Plaça del Pi to Irati, the first Basque tavern in the Old Town, while a few blocks from the Ramblas you will find Sagardi Centre in Carrer Muntaner. Then enjoy the stunning views and the lively atmosphere of the terrace of the Diagonal Mar shopping centre at Sagardi pintxos and at the Sant Pau complex you can take in the surroundings at the terrace of the 1902 Cafè Modernista.
Six pinchos and 3 drinks.
Please exchange the voucher in ORIO BCN Born (Av. Francesc Cambó 23) - See map.
As long as you fancy!
From 11am to 11pm
In the restaurants they speak English, French, Catalan, Spanish and German.