After a late night out, we’ll give guests the morning off, but those up early will find this the perfect time to visit sites like the Cathedral or Gaudi museums. At 1:00 we’ll hit Maestró, a tiny new brewery in the elegant Eixample neighborhood, for an early afternoon refresher, and enjoy some excellent tapas afterwards just around the corner, at the popular Cervesería Catalana. Then we’re off on a dual-brewery jaunt, riding the Metro out to the working-class, industrial La Pau neighborhood for a tour and tasting at the newly-built, spacious Almogáver, and doubling back to the taproom at US-expat Edge Brewing nearer the center. After a nice sampling at Edge we’ll walk it off, with a stroll through the city park, until we arrive in the oldest part of Barcelona, El Born, and the Basque café Sagradi, where we’ll sip the best sidras in town while digging into some lovely tapas. From here we’re well-poised to wander over to the many excellent beer, cava, or wine bars to be found in the area.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner included