When you spend almost 10 full days in one city, you get to know its food pretty well. We took a food tour and a cooking class, but also had plenty of opportunities to explore Barcelona on our own. This included several craft beers stops, finding the best churros, and discovering our favorite tapas bar, called Ocho BCN. When some people travel, their goal is to see as many places as they can. We prefer to take things slowly; to me, a great trip includes not just finding your favorite restaurant, but having the time to make three different visits!
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