The quaint town of Sitges is a Spanish seaside city, on the Catalan coast, filled with character, charm and bucket list worthy adventures.
Tapas, 24 is owned by an alum of Ferran Adria's renowned El Bulli restaurant and creates unique, designer tapas. Not Louis Vuittons. But, Carles Abellans.
Taller de Tapas in Barcelona is a master at artfully creating traditional and unique tapas. With four locations, one will never be too far.
Here are some examples of ultra-cool street art in Barcelona. This type of creativity is part of the cities eclectic culture.
Enrich bakery boasts a consistent line out the door of hungry patrons waiting for their baked goods. You will find a tempting selection of artisan pastries, breads and pizza.
The Magic Fountain of Montjuic is found on a famous hill in Barcelona. It is an impressive display of water acrobatics, colorful light and music.
La Boqueria Market is a well-known Catalan foodie haven in Barcelona; a mixture of delicious colors, smells and sensations.
Paella is a Spanish rice dish that can include a variety of fish or meats. Saffron is an essential spice in it and is what turns the rice its golden color.
Fish pedicures remove the dead skin form the feet and make them silky smooth, a technique that became popular as a relief for skin disorders.
Pintxos (or pinchos) are small snacks typically served in Spanish bars, particularly popular in Basque country.