What’s better than good food, amazing artwork, and great views? Good food, amazing artwork, and great views in Barcelona. Barcelona combines eating, shopping, history, spending time on the beach, and getting a taste of some of the best artwork in the world, all in one, extravagant experience. So buckle up, because A Moveable Feast Travel has all the ins and outs for you next Spanish excursion.

 

Tapas… the food staple of Barcelona. Mini portions of shareable plates highlight this city’s culinary expertise. For the foodies of the world, Barcelona is the place to go for exquisite restaurants and incredible culinary affairs.

 

The Adría brothers are some of the world’s top chefs, known for their amazing restaurants and creative dishes. Albert Adría has impressed Barcelona with his creation of a modern tapas bar, Tickets, located in El Raval barrio, a central neighborhood near the water.

 

The combination of classic Catalonia flavors, mixed with a modern atmosphere makes Tickets number 38 out of 50 on 2018’s list of the world’s best restaurants. And if you’re feeling adventurous, have your server choose your dishes… you won’t be let down.

 

If you’re looking to enjoy a meal with the view, Mirablau is the place for you. This Catalan classic offers a panoramic spectacle of the entire city, while serving Spanish specials. And when the sun sets, Mirablau transforms into an exclusive spot for nightlife, and great cocktails.

Whether you’re a foodie or an art lover, this city is sure to impress you. Antonio Gaudí’s colorful masterpieces spread throughout Barcelona are one of Spain’s icons, and Picasso’s 3,800 pieces are located in the one-of-a-kind Museu Picasso.

 

Looking to see one of the most beautifully built museums in the world? Fundació Joan Miró is your next stop after a walk through Park Güel. This impressive structure not only houses Joan Miró’s work, but also holds 70,000 documents that represent Mirós artistic process. It interlaces art and architecture into a magnificent tribute for the famous Catalan artist.

 

Before your adventures begin, be sure to fuel up on a big breakfast at Barcelona’s favorite waterside brunch spot, Brunch and Cake. This restaurant has a menu that will make your mouth water and an aesthetic atmosphere that will make you feel like you’re in paradise. While the food looks almost too good to eat, don’t let that stop you from devouring their brioche sandwich with fresh salmon, paired with a fresh, organic, green smoothie.

 

Indulging in Barcelona’s culture starts with A Moveable Feast Travel. We’ll make it easy for you to discover all of what Barcelona has to offer. So sit back, relax, and pour yourself a glass of sangria!