Hello, I'm Marc!
Born and grown in the Barcelona I love (despite its gentrification). Events producer by day, Best restaurants & Gin Tonic hunter by Night.
I'd like to show the Barcelona that I love, despite its gentrification!
History and traditions go hand in hand with emerging fashion and new trends in cuisine, culture and art. Barcelona offers the possibility to enjoy the sea as well as the ... (More) History and traditions go hand in hand with emerging fashion and new trends in cuisine, culture and art. Barcelona offers the possibility to enjoy the sea as well as the mountains. I like to explore beyond the obvious and main touristic icons, I love the popular culture and the Barcelona for insiders stopping, of course, in the best bars and true "bodegas", avoiding the chains and supporting locals. (Less)
1881 per Sagardi
Enjoying a delicious gastronomy and contemporary cocktails on the terrace while having views of the port and skyline of the city is unique. Dedicated to the Vasque and Mediterranean gastronomy, it's located on top of the Museum of History of Catalonia. Try to go at sunset, the views are even more amazing!
Parc de la Ciutadella
The Parc de la Ciutadella is a public park perfect for a stroll around its green spaces and monuments. One of the highlights is the Monumental cascade, but it also has a music roundabout, a parade ground, the Castle of the three dragons and much more. It can get really crowded, so I'd suggest arriving early in the morning and having breakfast in front of the cascade.
Galeria Cosmo is a cafe and contemporary art space, hosting concerts, cultural courses, pop-up shops and events. They have all types of coffee and milk for all tastes, so just choose yours and enjoy it!
A speakeasy cocktail bar that seems to be only a barber shop, but given the right password you'll enter the incredible English style lounge area. They have a new password every few days, so make sure you check their website before going!
My guides mix the best places to eat and visits to highlights and local spots.
My guides will take you through the highlights of Barcelona and the best foodie experiences.
The Foodie Barcelona Guide
Days: 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7
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We had very good meals following marc's suggestions. even if we were not the only tourists, you could tell those places were frequented by locals.
amazing tapas tips!! we only ate once in a bar that wasn't suggested by the guide and the quality and price difference was huge! Follow the guide!
Amazing Barcelona!! everyday was delicious!! Barcelona is gorgeous and finding great restaurants even in the most touristic areas was really helpful however, get ready to eat late, some of the ... (More) Amazing Barcelona!! everyday was delicious!! Barcelona is gorgeous and finding great restaurants even in the most touristic areas was really helpful however, get ready to eat late, some of the recommended places open at 20h30 but that's Spain :) (Less)
great foodie guide! days were perfectly organized with local bars and restaurant options all along the way. Some great hidden spots too