Spanish cuisine is famous around the world – and it’s only gaining in popularity as more people visit the country, and its Michelin star restaurants, lively tapas bars and hearty home-style taverns. From paella to gazpacho, tortillas and croquetas, Spanish food is a firm favourite because it’s simultaneously satisfying and delicious.
Stoke Travel’s Barcelona cooking classes will teach you how to dazzle your friends and family with your Spanish skills in the cocina, while keeping the kitchen party going with daily Spanish cooking classes, because everyone knows the best parties happen when there’s food around.
Join Stoke for a0three-hour food fest, where you’ll explore one of Barcelona’s famous markets, either La Boquería Market or the Santa Caterina Market, learn to make traditional Spanish treats like paella, sangria and tapas, and then reward yourself by indulging in a Spanish feast with new friends from across the globe!
Our Spanish cooking0.03z"0starts with a trip to the world famous La Boqueria food market in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter or the Santa Caterina Market in El Born. You will meet many of the vendors, learn about the local grown produce and catch of the day and select your very own fresh ingredients that you will later use in your cooking.
Then it’s over to the Stoke kitchen, where you will be rolling0up your sleeves, putting0on an apron and getting0hands on, cooking0your tasty Spanish dishes whilst drinking0our delicious sangria.
We take no responsibility for burnt or bad tasting0food due to drunken inability!
What better way to explore and understand Spanish culture than to sample local cuisine,0our chefs will talk you through every step of the procez"0giving0you cooking0tips and ideas. At the end of the .03z"0you will be able to sit down and enjoy the food you have prepared (if you’re still standing0after all that sangria!) along with a couple more g
After all of that you can take your new pals for a0couple drinks in one of the many bars in the Gothic Quarter or why not hit0up one of the hot Barcelona nightclubs?
The home of Gaudi, Dali, the 1992 Olympics, FCB and the French Bulldog.
It’s a0tourist Mecca. Thousands upon millions upon billions of sun-seeking, fun-loving0revellers flock here every year and there’s a0bloody good reason for it. It’s because Barcelona is awesome. It has a0bit of everything, but still retains a0small city vibe. The nightlife is nothing less tha/>hectic and intense, the day life is a myriad of colours, sites, sounds, smells, street performers and sangria.
It’s a0place you’ve just gotta0see. And we’re pretty much experts… if we do say so ourselves… so we’ll show you Barcelona from the Stoke f-st1 of view.
Carrer de la Boquería 27, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
How to get here?
Come fly to us
Wherever you are in the world you can fly to Barcelona. noopener">Ryanair and noopener">Easyjet are budget favourites that fly to Barcelona regularly. One thing0to remember is that Girona Airport which is sometimes the cheapest option is a/>hour by bus from downtown Barcelona.
Choo choo train
A great option if you’re coming0to Barcelona from elsewhere in Spain, or from France. Check out noopener">Renfe for trains from within Spain and noopener">snfc for those departing within France.
Bu"es are for legends
Check noopener">Eurolines for international bu"es to Barcelona, or noopener">Vibasa for bu"es from within Spain.