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Barcelona market and cooking experience

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4 top experiences in 1: short market tour, tapas, paella cooking and sangria. Today, you will experience the real market life in one of the most interesting places in Barcelona: Mercado de la Boquería. Your chef will buy the ingredients needed to prepare an authentic paella de marisco (seafood). Enjoy cold and hot delicious tapas while your learn how to cook paella, which will be served along with a Sangria you will have help to mix!


- Different starting times available to suit all needs

- 4 superb activities in one: paella, tapas, sangria and market experience

- Fantastic value for money

- Great fun and excellent way to enjoy a tasty lunch while your learn about local food and meet other people


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  • Market experience at Boquería where you purchase the ingredients (PLEASE NOTE market is not visited on Sundays and when the market is closed )
  • English cooking class led by a professional Chef
  • Hot and cold tapas preparation class
  • Sangria mixing session
  • Meal consisting of the tapas, paella and sangria
  • Local taxes


- Anything which is not included above

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La Boqueria is a famous market in Barcelona. Even if you are not planning to buy anything, a visit to La Boqueria is a must in Barcelona: Colourful stalls provide a variety of fruits, vegetable, meat, fish….

As recognized by UNESCO, the mediterranean diet is one of the most important food/lifestyles in Europe and around the world. High quality healthy products like olive oil or vegetables and varied food made the mediterranean diet gain followers everywhere.

Paella is actually a frying pan but it can also allude to the dish. Paella, which origin dates back many centuries ago, was traditionally prepared with rabbit snails and basically anything available. Seafood paella served the same purpose and is one of Spain´s favorites

 " A fantastic experience. Very cool atmosphere We had lots of fun and dined what we prepared". X.T "

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