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Barcelona: Vegetarian restaurants and healthy eating options

Barcelona: Vegetarian restaurants and healthy eating options

At first glance, it may not seem like healthy options abound in Barcelona. The endless ham, the white bread and chocolate croissants, the fried and breaded tapas… and all of it, as one of my friends from North America put it, is “swimming in olive oil.” Fair enough. But remember that this is also the » Read more

Barcelona: Find picnic-perfect cheap eats at these grocery stores

Barcelona: Find picnic-perfect cheap eats at these grocery stores

There are two aspects of traveling in Barcelona that are particularly hard on the pocketbook: hotels and eating out. (EuroCheapo already has you covered on the cheap hotel front.) Even though Barcelona offers a fair amount of cheap eateries, eating out three times a day adds up. Instead of hitting up a café or restaurant, consider » Read more

Barcelona Cheap Eats: 8 cheap (and delicious) lunch spots

Barcelona Cheap Eats: 8 cheap (and delicious) lunch spots

I’ve been keeping an eye on menu prices around Barcelona. Over the past six months I’ve noticed that the median cost of a fixed-price lunch menu has dropped from around €9.50 to €8.80. That’s good news for Cheapos. Here’s a brief list of budget-friendly restaurants that offer great lunch deals. I’ve tried to cover all the » Read more

Barcelona Restaurant Tips: How to keep your eats cheap

Barcelona Restaurant Tips: How to keep your eats cheap

Barcelona can be an à la carte aficionado’s dream. All those lovely bites stacked up on the bar… Hams, cheeses, mushrooms, omelets, seafood, salads, sausages. Sure, they’re all very tempting, and seemingly cheap, but for the price of two tapas and one beer (about €6), you could enjoy a three-course lunch with bread and wine! » Read more

Barcelona Food: Three perfect outdoor eateries

Barcelona Food: Three perfect outdoor eateries

It’s May in Barcelona and the weather is a warm 75 degrees Fahrenheit most days. Spanish boots have been replaced by stylish sandals and the first sunburns are visible around town. Spring is here, romance is in the air, and summer is on its way in. Though it’s possible to eat outdoors most of the year » Read more

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