Barcelona Food Tour | 27 Best Dishes in Barcelona

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Barcelona food tour of the 27 best dishes Barcelona has to offer, including the best paella in Barcelona, the best tapas in Barcelona, and the best Barcelona restaurant!

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ombra306 says:

aperitif comes at the start, Russo

noon296 says:

hahahah who eats prawns like that @ 4:18

RawhideProductions1 says:

Two fighters against a star destroyer?

KVFitness: Mind Over Body says:

i've been to Barcelona, Spain. I went by myself, I was only 19. I toured the whole city by foot, metro, bus, and rollerblades (I had brought them from the US) The only time I experienced something unnatural was when I decided to go visit a club by myself downtown closer to the beach area. It wasn't so great tbh and on the way back home towards Catalan, I'd taken a metro. the blue line, Line 5. Mind you this was like 3 AM. There were still a good amount of people on the metro as if night-life were always that lit. So I got comfortable and I stood on the metro as if I were taking the red line from DC to MD. I was wearing a shirt, shorts and some sandals because I did not have night-out outfits. (Oh well! I still don't! Lol) Out of nowhere some man, who seemed to be "drunk" came up to me and tried to stumble on me and felt up on me when he did. I gave him a stank face and I moved. I looked around to see what others reactions were or why they didn't help and everyone in that cart just looked at me. It was a look you get when you know something's up. So I got a flight feeling inside then. I went to go sit down by a few people. I Facetimed my friend who was still awake here in Penn. US and told him about what had just happened. He asked me "Is he still there?" I looked up thinking the man had left and on the row next to mine the man was there, looking at me with his arm resting on his leg and his head resting in his hand just looking directly at me. If this were daytime I don't think I'd think much of it but the man didn't get off and there were two more stops left on the metro until it ended its trip. My stop was second to last, and I thought there is no way this man has the same stop as me. My stop had come, which was El Carmel and people had begun to get off. I got out and started to walk fast paced toward the exit. For those who haven't taken this stop, it's quite a walk to get to the surface- if anyone has taken the metro from DC to MD to Wheaton Station and seen the flight of stairs you have to climb to get to the surface– well imagine that x4. So while I was exiting the first room where the metro had dropped us, as I looked behind me while going up the stairs and thought 'yes! he's gone!' but I thought too soon because when the metro was about to leave, out pops the man looking around, saw me, and headed towards my direction. By that time I was on top of the exit stairs and my flight senses kicked in. I sprinted all the way home. Not to the surface, HOME. I ran like I never ran in sandals before in my life!! I don't know how I did it but I did and I'm lucky. I'd still go by myself again– or maybe not be selfish and share the greatness with somebody– either way those two weeks were the best weeks of my life! I'm 22 now, and I miss it very much!

Agent says:

I’ve been to La Plata when I was in Barcelona. And yes, the crispy anchovies is the best!

John Cooper says:

You found the best food in Barcelona and did not get to … damn. I lived there 4 years and it would be my #1

Daz King says:

I watched a programme with Alex polizzi on Barcelona & she went up a hill in various bars nicknamed the elephants trunk or foot but I can't seem to find it ?????

lbird says:

Delicioso! Manchego is my favorite cheese 🙂

michele spaid says:

I thought you weren’t posting any more about your trip!!! I was so disappointed!! You did not disappoint!! Let’s see more please!! So much fun!!

RVEscapade says:

Nice to see the Barcelona food we don't see in the US. I think this is the theme. Take a break of Van Life RV is great and option what people can do. Thanks.

Catherine Rague says:

I liked your Barcelona videos. You guys are good travel hosts, whatever you are doing! Thank you!

Sarah Glashagel says:

How long are you in Barcelona?? Will you get to Madrid??

jimrodda says:

I have never seen anyone eating the head of a king prawn, it's always head off, waistcoat off and enjoy, safe travels ???

Dino Elephant says:

Hi i saw an ad for your video in stream.

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