Barcelona is synonym of urban modernity, design, impressive architecture, arts and culinary revolution. When it comes to culinary delights, awaiting you are real big players, from a collection of Michelin starred restaurants to a list of only-locals traditional bars and "casa de menjars". Tapas, pintxos and vermouth are last culinary trends, small bites seem to seduce local and foreign palates. Not very far, Penedés wine region hosts some of the largest organic wines production and is homeland of famous sparkling wine cava.Tarragona will welcome you with a fascinating mix of Mediterranean beach life, Roman history and medieval alleyways. The Roman ruins of Tarraco have been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The Natural Park of the Ebro Delta constitutes one of the largest humid areas of the Mediterranean Europe and has been declared Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO on the 28th of May 2013. It is one of the most important rice production areas of the whole Peninsula and it is well known for its excellent salty-sweet delicious oysters whose main market is France. Less than one hour drive, the Priorat wine region hosts some of the most internationally acclaimed wines in a stunning scenery.This Barcelona & Tarragona Gourmet Week gathers 39 Michelin stars (Barcelona-35, Tarragona-4) to unwind and escape.
A P&T exclusive itinerary crafted by experts native locals fruit of an intensive R&D
We go the extra mile to offer the most authentic experiences
Learn about authentic Spanish culture by being integrated with locals and staying away from mass tourism and crowded destinations.
One-of-a-kind cultural visits and workshops
Dive into local cuisine, local wines and local traditions: rice, oysters and mussels, EVOI, prawns, etc.
Learn the basics and the basis of new avant-garde Catalan cuisine
Discover fascinating natural areas
A perfect cocktail with Michelin-starred restaurants and classical establishments
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