Experience enotourism at its finest with Viemocions’ day trip to the stunning Penedès wine region, located a mere 40 minutes from Barcelona. Not only does it provide the opportunity to escape the city’s crowds and seek pure escapism, but also to discover the wine country’s fascinating wine culture and gastronomic secrets.
Whilst there are several Thai restaurants in Barcelona, seeking somewhere that serves authentic fare with traditional ingredients can be somewhat of a challenge. Fortunately, Liz Kalnin has recently entered Barcelona’s gastronomic scene under the name of ‘Thai Together’, and has certainly left the locals talking, thanks to her fabulous and unique take on Thai cuisine.
Located just a stone’s throw away from the iconic La Rambla is a foodie gem serving a delicious range of dishes, spanning from local tapas to pastas, wood-fired pizzas, salads and sandwiches.
Gastronomy is central to Catalan culture, therefore rather than simply sampling local dishes in the city’s restaurants during your trip to Barcelona, why not learn how to prepare the recipes yourself? Cook & Taste offer a hands on and dynamic culinary experience, teaching you not only how to cook some of Barcelona’s most beloved dishes but also how to shop for them.
Housed in the last remaining bullring in the Catalan capital, this club is a totally unique addition to the Barcelona nightlife scene. Having welcomed the likes of Delafé, Miqui Puig, Bigott and Raver Jewish, to name but a few, Monumental club is simply a must if you’re looking for a vibrant atmosphere, great tunes and a chance to show off your moves.
In addition to DJs and live music, Monumental club also features a giant market on the outskirts of the dancefloor. Here you can find quirky fa...