Last Updated on November 3, 2020 by Christian Heide
On September 21st we welcomed our 500th guest on one of our private tours or small shared tours for a maximum of 6 people. The feedback we constantly receive makes us even more enthusiastic. So we are currently designing new experiences – such a Food Tour in the historic center of the city – that we will add to our offering very soon.
Whilst most of our guests come from the United States, we also see a lot of Germans, Austrians and Swiss joining our tours as well as Canadians, Australians and British. But we have welcomed many more nationalities of the world and received great feedback from guests from Hongkong, Singapore, Malaysia, Middle East, Mexico, The Netherlands, Sweden, Poland, Ukraine, Russia, New Zealand, South Africa and more.
What to do in October in Barcelona
The weather in October in Barcelona is still fantastic. During the day you will still have t-shirt weather and you will be able to enjoy a drink on a beautiful terrace in the sun.
Why not taking advantage of that and enjoy a private tour discovering the Olympic Mountain in Barcelona? The walking tour over the Montjuic hill will let you discover more than the usual. From nature to history, amazing view points to a hidden beer garden – all is part of that experience.
Alternatively, you can just sit and relax in the beautiful courtyard of the winery that we visit during our Exclusive Cava & Chocolate Experience. Taste several organic Cava´s and learn all about the production process and the history of this sparkling wine. Enjoy a great four-course lunch in the best restaurant in the village of Sant Sadurní – the center of Cava production. Finish this gourmet experience with a visit to the local chocolatier and try their fine bars and pralines.
Soon to be released: Our new Food Tour in the historic center
We are combining exciting history and high quality tapas during our new Food Tour that will start in the Gothic Quarter and where we will visit three special restaurants in El Born. After each thirty minutes full of exciting history told by a passionate story teller you will have the chance to taste various concepts of tapas – from classic tapas with ingredients coming all from local fields and farms, to very traditional Pinchos to world finger food that has been selected by a Michelin Star Chef.
We are all excited to start this new experience in Barcelona that can be booked as private tour or you can take part in a small, shared group with a maximum of six participants.