If you are passionate about gastronomy, we invite you to enjoy the best restaurants, markets and gourmet products of Barcelona.
Your home in Barcelona, the best place to start your amazing trip. “A good beginning makes a good ending” let your journey starts and perfectly ends here.
The Passatge Gastronòmic de la Concepció is a quiet passage that joins the Paseo de Gracia with Rambla Catalunya and one of the fetish streets for those passionate about Barcelona gastronomy.
The trendy district in Barcelona, is Sant Antoni, where you can taste good food and drinks at all times of the day.
El Raval is a neighbourhood of Barcelona in the Ciutat Vella district, born of the enlargement of the medieval walls of the city, although the probably existed earlier settlements. In the Raval, live today, many locals and foreigners. In its streets it is possible to find its streets a variety of shops offering specialities and products from many nationalities, trendy cloth shops.
The Chocolate Museum is located in a historic building where the former convent of San Agustín was located.
The Barceloneta Market is one of the most centennial markets in the city where you can find the best seasonal products.
With time, Boquería has become the most emblematic food market in Barcelona. The building itself together with its location and the stall vendors contribute to create an atmosphere that no city visitor should miss.
The wavy and dynamic roof of Santa Caterina’s Market, - held up by an expressive structure-, reproduces the colours of the fruit and vegetables inside, adding to the youthful spirit of this historical neighbourhood.