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  • Writer's pictureEla Reeves

Your Jet Set Barcelona Guide

Barcelona, the enchanting capital of Catalonia, has just a little bit of everything you would need from a vacation. From the beaches to the bustling nightlife, this Mediterranean gem offers an array of experiences for every traveler. In this guide, we'll take you on a journey with our Jet Set team and their recent trip in sunny spain to find you the best restaurants, unique experiences and so much more!

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Your Day Time Food List…

Start your day off right with a Matcha Latte at Matcha Gracias, the first-ever matcha bar in Barcelona offering a delightful range of matcha-infused treats, from pancakes to lattes to energy bars.

Savor a delicious breakfast at UGOT, a charming local spot loved by the Barcelona community. The menu features delicious dishes like chorizo shakshuka & Spanish omelette.

La Boqueria market, where stalls overflow with fresh fruits, aromatic spices, and local delicacies. Don't miss out on freshly squeezed juices, tasty empanadas, and delectable Spanish cheeses for a mouthwatering culinary adventure.

For an authentic seafood experience, head to Port Velo where you‘ll find a row of restaurants to indulge in a scrumptious paella while overlooking the gleaming super yachts basking in the sun.

Satisfy your sweet cravings by stopping at Chocs Pastries, where you can enjoy mouthwatering sugary donuts and other treats as you explore the streets of Barcelona.

Nighttime Revelries…

As the sun sets over the Mediterranean, Barcelona's beachfront comes alive with its best clubs, seamlessly transitioning from beach club vibes to thrilling nightclubs. Embrace an upscale and glamorous night at Carpe Diem, a must-visit destination for a Moroccan atmosphere. Alternatively, delve into top-notch music genres at Pacha Barcelona, or create unforgettable memories at Opium.

Experience the local drinking culture near Las Ramblas, where you'll discover charming spots tucked away in small streets. Keep in mind, the bars don't get busy or open until midnight, so get ready to embrace the nocturnal spirit of the city!

For The Tourism Days…

While Barcelona may not overwhelm you with cultural landmarks, there are still a handful of must-visit monuments that shouldn’t be missed. Explore the magnificent Sagrada Família, Gaudi's architectural masterpiece or take a wholesome walk into Gaudi's imagination at Park Güell: home to colorful mosaics and unique structures that transport you to a fairytale-like setting.

And If You Brought a Big Enough Suitcase…

Barcelona is a shopper's paradise, and Las Ramblas, the Spanish equivalent of Oxford Street, promises a retail extravaganza. Explore high-end boutiques and regular shops, and if you're a Zara lover, you'll be delighted to get lost in one of the biggest Zara’s on Plaça Catalunya.

A List of Our Favourite Spots

(add this to your notes for your next trip)


Terezza Martinez

Bocca Grande

La Selva

Carpe Diem

Terezza Ravello

Recommended Hotels

Nobu Barcelona

Art Hotel

W Barcelona

The Hoxton

Seventy Barcelona

The Mandarin Oriental

Cultural Landmarks

La Sargardia

Park Guell

Palau de la Musica Catalana

Barcelona Cathederal

Best Views

W Barcelona

Eleven Bar


Rooftop Garden El Palace

Message our team on for personalised itineraries & concierge bookings.


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