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From Tapas we compile the best plans with which to enjoy the most of the weekend in Barcelona, and relegate ourselves to hedonism between cultural and gastronomic experiences, parties, events and museums. Take the agenda and take note of our weekly proposal.


This week we travel to Barcelona to visit all the artistic, cultural and culinary enclaves that the city has consecrated for us. Our starting point will be to attend the screening of the documentary film “Pina” by Wim Wenders, within the program of the BCN FILM FEST.

We will thus begin the weekend in the key of fiction in the 4:45 p.m. session, to witness this beautiful, aesthetic and profound tribute that the filmmaker makes to the late German dancer and choreographer Pina Bausch. A master of dance about whom the director collects the testimonies of her collaborators and shows her dancers performing her most famous creations. Get your ticket here.

Strolling through the main streets of Barcelona, we will arrive at Gaudí’s Casa Batlló to enjoy one of his experiences within the cycle of “Magical Nights”: a drink with a view of the sky, after an immersive visit to the building of the maximum representative of Catalan modernism, in the middle of an open-air atmosphere at the top of the house from which we will enjoy Audrey’s concert, between pop, r&b and soul sounds with which she generates a mix of emotions that touch us directly to the heart.

If you don’t have your pass yet, get it at this link.


We wake up at the boutique hotel Casa Bonay, a “house of food, drinks and dances” represented between high ceilings and works of art, where we will visit the gallery that houses inside, and have breakfast from the top of its terrace to taste some of their specialty coffees with some eggs benedict.

Later in the morning, we’ll satiate our hunger for food-porn by sampling GOIKO’s new gourmet creations, specifically their new “Smash BBQ Queen” with mushrooms and intense grilled flavor. Specifically, we will try their new “Smash BBQ Queen” with mushrooms and an intense grilled flavor. For dessert? One of the reinterpretations of their bestsellers, the “Frozen S’more”, made with a layer of cookie, cocoa and hazelnut cream, and topped with toasted clouds.

Goiko will be the culinary prelude to our afterparty at La Terrrazza: a small outdoor oasis, or ode to clubber culture, which will make us dance from dusk until night with its session “Happy Techno Opening Party” composed by a world-class Line Up with djs like Riva Starr, Lexlay or Shitake. Get your ticket here.


On Sunday we will recreate that iconic gastronomic moment of the video clip “Vampiros” by Rosalía and Rauw Alejandro in the churrería J. Argilés. We will have breakfast in this stall located in the Marina neighborhood, some churros with chocolate: the Sunday classic that feeds the youth after having experienced the Barcelona night.

In the afternoon, we will delve into the surrealist universe of Dalí that houses the digital cultural center Ideal Barcelona. An immersive exhibition, entitled “Dalí Cibernético”, which explores the mind and the most recognized works of the surrealist artist, which come to life through 360º projections, interactive installations or holograms.

To finish off this Barcelona weekend in style, we will dine in one of our favorite neo-taverns: PACO MERALGO. A restaurant or tapas classic where we can taste the typical food Made in Spain in a contemporary version, among recommended tapas such as oysters guillermet nº3, Russian salad, or grilled octopus with spinach and a veil of Iberian bacon.

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