There are no diets on the Camino de Santiago. Walking this ancient pilgrimage gives you a free pass to eat as much delicious food as you want, and there are plenty of great dishes to choose from.
The birthplace of the traditional paella, Valencia continues to attract foodies from all over the world, surprising and delighting them with their offerings.
When it comes to tapas, Tickets Restaurant is the hottest ticket in Barcelona. Find out how to get a reservation, how much it costs, and what’s on the menu!
We’ve handpicked 8 restaurants with the best paella in Barcelona – because visiting Spain without tasting paella might be worse than going to Italy and not trying the pasta.
If you’re planning to explore the local food scene in Barcelona, what to eat may be top of mind. Check out our top picks for unmissable tapas and sweets.
In a hurry and wondering where to eat? We’ve got you covered with these 7 terrific fast food Barcelona restaurants even the locals love!
Find out which destinations were endorsed by over 118 million real reviews from global travelers on Booking.com as the best food cities in Spain.
A new guidebook co-authored by Ashley Babin and Alex Sexton, sweethearts who roam the world looking for the best places to eat and drink with the locals.
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Ignacio Rodriguez Sáez de Ibarra, General Manager with Espuña Tapas Essentials and dedicated amateur chef, discusses the pleasures of the palate that await travelers in Catalonia.