- Take a leisurely stroll to Eixample to discover a tapas gem, one of Barcelona's Modernist-style bars. The bar serves up delicious small plates of Catalan favorites such as pa amb tomquet (bread with olive oil and tomatoes) and patates braves (potatoes with oil, red pepper and chili, served with aioli).
Watch as the chef prepares the food, and then sit down to savor a plate and a drink while hearing tales about Catalan cuisine.
- Take a stroll to Born and listen to tales of Barcelona's history, food, and culture from your guide. Your destination is the neighborhood's locally loved ham shop, where huge legs of Serrano ham hang in the windows. Head inside and sample some of the best meats, made from acorn-fed pigs, and sample popular cheeses such as Manchego.
- Continuing your stroll through Born, pass Barcelona cathedral (Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia) and the old Roman city walls, and then wind your way to the heart of the Gothic quarter to Plaa Reial, a bustling nighttime square near La Rambla, where the highlight of your evening awaits -- a flamenco performance inside one of the oldest flamenco bars in Barcelona!
- Sip a welcome glass of cava while soaking up the authentic atmosphere. Then, grab your seat and enjoy the show, which includes all the traditional elements of a flamenco performance, including dancing, singing and Spanish guitar songs.
Sip on sangria and dine on plates of gourmet tapas as dancers perform their fiery Spanish flamenco moves right in front of you. Your evening experience finishes after the show, but you are welcome to head to the roof terrace or visit the stylish bar for drinks at your own expense, if you wish.