Welcome to Devour Barcelona Food Tours!

Barcelona food tours

Barcelona is undoubtedly one of Spain’s most delicious cities, but how do you know where to start? It can be difficult to navigate Barcelona’s food scene, especially when there are tourist traps at every corner.

We created Devour Barcelona Food Tours to show a different side of the city. We want our tour guests to walk away knowing that Barcelona is much more than paella and sangria, and to learn about the delicious local Catalan specialties you’ll struggle to find elsewhere in Spain.

things to do in Barcelona
Escalivada: roasted vegetables and local anchovies.

When looking for things to do in Barcelona you have a long list of options. Among them, La Boquería Market, one of the most famous markets in the world. It’s so famous that we don’t go there on our tours! It’s not that we are anti-Boquería (far from it) but we want to go beyond the guidebooks, and bring our food loving followers into local Barcelona neighborhoods.

Curious? We hope so! Our Barcelona food tours will start in September of 2014 in the Gràcia neighborhood (a traditional Catalan neighborhood that used to be its own village!). We hope we’ll have you come along! Click here to book!

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1 Comment

  1. July 19, 2014 at 8:08 am

    I completely agree. La Boqueria is worth a visit, but perhaps just once. There are so many local markets. I usually stay in the Gracia neighbourhood, and there’s a small market there. Great area for small independent restaurants too. And ice cream. 🙂


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