Our Expert Guides
We know that having a great guide is key to truly discovering a destination. That’s why our tours are led by passionate Spain gurus who love sharing their insider knowledge with our guests. We’ve got historians, sommeliers and art experts on the team, and each guide is a gifted storyteller.
We can’t wait for you to meet them!
Born in Barcelona, this linguist and singer is in love with her city, its history and especially its food! Ask her anything about Catalonia—she knows everything there is to know.
Originally from Poland, she lived in a small Catalan town for 3 years where she totally fell in love with the traditional food! She moved to Barcelona 3 years ago to explore this amazing and mysterious city.
Born in London, Dom was raised within a from a family of chefs. His fascination with politics, culture, and food, naturally drew him to the cultural melting pot of Barcelona.
Danny is a native New Yorker and has been living in Spain since 2007. He is passionate about all aspects of life in Spain, from history to the arts, but above all else he is a die-hard foodie and wine lover.
Born in the UK, Katrina has made Barcelona her home for the past 7 years and loves showing people around her favourite city.
Hailing from Scotland, Sharon has made her home in the sunnier climes of Barcelona. She runs a wine school in the city and, when she’s not working, is hunting down Barna’s best wine bars.
Born in the Galicia in the northwestern part of Spain, Norah translates for food & travel publications and co-organizes wine trips from Barcelona to the Catalan countryside.
Born in Sweden, Victoria is a serial entrepreneur with a passion for food in general and Spain in particular.
Originally from London, Fiona has always loved books and food, perfectly combined in her love of cookbooks.
Originally from England, Fintan now spends his time exploring the world of wine and is studying to be one of Spain’s few Masters of Wine.
Born in Spain, Ricard is a food writer and photographer for The Foodtellers and Plateselector. What’s more, his grandfather was famously THE first producer of cava (Spanish sparkling wine).
Jaume, a trained journalist, was born in Barcelona and is married to a British woman. Passionate about food and wine, he is currently training as a sommelier.