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!
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.
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.
Originally from Valladolid (the home of Ribera del Duero wine!), her passion for people and travel brought her to more than 60 countries. After trying lots of international food the winner is still her mom’s tortilla de patata.
Enrique is a half-Italian, half-Spanish art historian with a Catalan family. He was raised in the kitchens of his two grandmothers and his passions are food (Italian and Spanish!), wine and art.
Pamela worked for Barcelona’s “European Region of Gastronomy” project in 2016 and since then has made it her mission to spread Catalan cuisine and traditions!
Leading tours in Barcelona since 2011, Luke knows the city inside and out. His insatiable thirst for knowledge in art and culture is matched only by his hunger to explore the world of gastronomy and wine.
Victoria is a serial entrepreneur with a passion for food and Spain. She grew up between Sweden and Andalusia and has called Barcelona home for the past decade.
A passionate food and wine lover, Lior is a trained chef who studied culinary arts at Barcelona’s prestigious Hofmann School of Hospitality.
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.
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.