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Spoil your senses with our most exquisite tapas and wine pairing tour in Barcelona. It’s ideal for foodies wishing to explore the local cuisine.
Experience Granada like a local!
Our authentic tapas bar crawl offers you the opportunity to try the best traditional food in Granada and sample the city through delicious Spanish food. Your local guide shares Granada’s history and secrets with you as you visit some of the most authentic tapas bars in the city. Experience Granada like a local in an unforgettable way!
Granada is a feast for the senses, with so much to see, do and eat! The city’s rich history and culture have influenced its cuisine, which we share with you during a delightful and authentic tapas bar crawl! We sample the most traditional food in Granada while learning about what makes this beautiful city so unique. Over the course of three hours, your local guide, who has a passion for all things Granada, connects you with the city’s culture through gastronomy.
Connect with other foodies as you make several stops to experience picoteo, or a tapas bar hop, just like the locals do. Why dine in just one tapas bar when you can try traditional food in Granada in several delicious spots? Join us on an unforgettable culinary journey, exploring Granada bite by bite!
Our food tours have a maximum of 8 – 10 people to ensure the best personal attention and opportunity to connect within the group. During the tour, our local guide shares with you local tips, things that locals learn while living in Granada.
How do you select a good cured ham? How do you choose a great tapas bar? What are the best areas to eat? These questions and more are answered while you sample traditional food in Granada, immersing yourself in the city’s culture and history.
This tour takes you to some of the most traditional city neighborhoods: El Realejo, San Matías and El Centro.
Plaza Romanilla, in front of the Centro Federico García Lorca
Holiday closures: December 24th, 25th, 31st and January 1st