Eating in Barcelona means experiencing Catalonia’s “sea and mountain” cuisine: a fusion of fresh seafood and earthy ingredients from the region’s hilly hinterland. But enough talk. If you’re wondering where to eat in Barcelona, read on. Below is a list of the best (in our esteemed opinion) tapas bars and the best restaurants in Barcelona. http://madridfoodtour.com/eating-in-barcelona/
Leonardo Scarpelli of the Scarpelli Mosaic studio (Via Ricasoli 59/r) practices the art of mosaico fiorentino, otherwise known as pietre dure. This craft dates back to the Renaissance period and is used to create anything from jewelry to furniture.