Barcelona is the capital of joy! It has so many interesting attractions and at the same time it is a paradise for food lovers. As I was there for only three days, I took a ticket for the hop-on hop-off bus. Sounds touristic but it is really handy. This bus takes you to the most renowned places. The most important ones are included such as La Sagrada Familia, Camp Nou, Park Guell and many more. Taxis are not expensive to use but why not go on this bus while heading to your destination and at the same time have a city tour?
Being there, do not miss the hundreds of tapas and pinchos bars located in the streets, next to each other. They are packed the whole time. Difficult to find a place to sit, but be patient-the food will pay you off.
As soon as we arrived, we were starving and we were looking for one specific pincho bar we hae been informed it’s really good. Its name is “Canete“. Really worth visiting. Good full body wine from Rioja, tasty bites. Do not miss it
Apart from the hundreds of pinchos bars, Barcelona is famous for its Michelin starred restaurants. I had tthe chance to try two of the best Michelin restaurants!
Allow me to start with the best of the best; D I S F R U T A R. Yes, this is the one. It is the best restaurant I ate in Barcelona. Cosy atmosphere, not too fancy, not too ‘grande’, friendly and pleasant decoration.
The other Michelin Restaurant we visited was Roca Moo. It’s really worth the stars it has as for the decoration of the plates. As for the taste, not really exceptional. See for yourself below.
My boyfriend and I interfere with the hotel industry, so visiting “Princessa Sophia Hotel” was a surprise for us. This hotel is magnificent. All of the areas, the main bar, the restaurant, the lobby, the rooms-there was nothing not impressive in this hotel! Take a sneak peek below.
For sure, Barelona is really worth visiting, easy to explore even in a short time and a lot to offer to the most ‘difficult’ and demanding travellers. I’m going back one day. There is much more to see (and eat)!