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Haute Wheels: Barcelona’s Gourmet Bus

Haute Wheels: Barcelona’s Gourmet Bus

Gourmet Bus

The Gourmet Bus whisks diners on a three-hour tour past Barcelona’s most iconic spots.

Barcelona Bus Tour

The Gourmet bus takes a scenic sightseeing tour around Barcelona past Casa Batlló, La Pedrera, Sagrada Familia, Torre Agbar, Arc del Triomf, Port Olímpic, Plaza de Espanya, Montjuïc Mountain, and other sights before parking for dinner inside the bus.

Tasty Tour

Each passenger gets an iPad to use to check out and listen to information about the sights on the tour in 11 languages.

Cruising Kitchen

The double-decker Gourmet Bus has a stainless steel, glass-walled kitchen on the lower level.

Moveable Feast

The glass-roofed dining room on the Gourmet Bus’ top level affords panoramic views of Barcelona.

Meals on Wheels

Diners feast on a four-course meal paired with wine by Michelin-starred chef Carles Gaig of Restaurant Gaig.

Gourmet Goodies on the Go

The second course includes Grandma Maria’s cannelloni with truffle béchamel.


The 31 best things to do in Barcelona

SEPTEMBER 2020: Our annual DO List is the place to come to find out all the latest, greatest things to do in Barcelona. With many Barcelona attractions still closed to the public, we&rsquove updated our list to reflect the current conditions within the city. So you might not find a visit to Camp Nou to see Barça play a football match on the list, but you can still get into the Sagrada Família. Many venues have reopened with new safety measures in place, including limiting how many visitors can attend at a time. You &rsquoll likely need to make an advance booking, wear a mask and practice social distancing. If you have any questions ahead of a visit, we encourage you to call ahead to get the most up-to-date information.

Daunted by the prospect of a trip to Barcelona? There&rsquos so much to do in this thriving cultural capital that you run the risk of going away convinced that you haven&rsquot really seen the place. We live here, and we&rsquore slightly intimidated by the sheer number of brilliant museums, fab restaurants and cutting-edge nightlife venues this city has to offer. But don&rsquot fear &ndash we&rsquore here to make sure you get the most out of your visit with this run-down of the attractions you absolutely can&rsquot miss. Maybe you can&rsquot wait to feast your eyes on the Sagrada Família, or perhaps you&rsquore set on making a beeline straight for those picture-postcard beaches. Whatever your holidaying preferences, read on and start ticking off the city&rsquos most exquisite sights according to us.

Done something on this list and loved it? Share it with the hashtag #TimeOutDoList and tag @TimeOutEverywhere. You can also find out more about how Time Out selects the very best things to do all over the world.


The 31 best things to do in Barcelona

SEPTEMBER 2020: Our annual DO List is the place to come to find out all the latest, greatest things to do in Barcelona. With many Barcelona attractions still closed to the public, we&rsquove updated our list to reflect the current conditions within the city. So you might not find a visit to Camp Nou to see Barça play a football match on the list, but you can still get into the Sagrada Família. Many venues have reopened with new safety measures in place, including limiting how many visitors can attend at a time. You &rsquoll likely need to make an advance booking, wear a mask and practice social distancing. If you have any questions ahead of a visit, we encourage you to call ahead to get the most up-to-date information.

Daunted by the prospect of a trip to Barcelona? There&rsquos so much to do in this thriving cultural capital that you run the risk of going away convinced that you haven&rsquot really seen the place. We live here, and we&rsquore slightly intimidated by the sheer number of brilliant museums, fab restaurants and cutting-edge nightlife venues this city has to offer. But don&rsquot fear &ndash we&rsquore here to make sure you get the most out of your visit with this run-down of the attractions you absolutely can&rsquot miss. Maybe you can&rsquot wait to feast your eyes on the Sagrada Família, or perhaps you&rsquore set on making a beeline straight for those picture-postcard beaches. Whatever your holidaying preferences, read on and start ticking off the city&rsquos most exquisite sights according to us.

Done something on this list and loved it? Share it with the hashtag #TimeOutDoList and tag @TimeOutEverywhere. You can also find out more about how Time Out selects the very best things to do all over the world.


The 31 best things to do in Barcelona

SEPTEMBER 2020: Our annual DO List is the place to come to find out all the latest, greatest things to do in Barcelona. With many Barcelona attractions still closed to the public, we&rsquove updated our list to reflect the current conditions within the city. So you might not find a visit to Camp Nou to see Barça play a football match on the list, but you can still get into the Sagrada Família. Many venues have reopened with new safety measures in place, including limiting how many visitors can attend at a time. You &rsquoll likely need to make an advance booking, wear a mask and practice social distancing. If you have any questions ahead of a visit, we encourage you to call ahead to get the most up-to-date information.

Daunted by the prospect of a trip to Barcelona? There&rsquos so much to do in this thriving cultural capital that you run the risk of going away convinced that you haven&rsquot really seen the place. We live here, and we&rsquore slightly intimidated by the sheer number of brilliant museums, fab restaurants and cutting-edge nightlife venues this city has to offer. But don&rsquot fear &ndash we&rsquore here to make sure you get the most out of your visit with this run-down of the attractions you absolutely can&rsquot miss. Maybe you can&rsquot wait to feast your eyes on the Sagrada Família, or perhaps you&rsquore set on making a beeline straight for those picture-postcard beaches. Whatever your holidaying preferences, read on and start ticking off the city&rsquos most exquisite sights according to us.

Done something on this list and loved it? Share it with the hashtag #TimeOutDoList and tag @TimeOutEverywhere. You can also find out more about how Time Out selects the very best things to do all over the world.


The 31 best things to do in Barcelona

SEPTEMBER 2020: Our annual DO List is the place to come to find out all the latest, greatest things to do in Barcelona. With many Barcelona attractions still closed to the public, we&rsquove updated our list to reflect the current conditions within the city. So you might not find a visit to Camp Nou to see Barça play a football match on the list, but you can still get into the Sagrada Família. Many venues have reopened with new safety measures in place, including limiting how many visitors can attend at a time. You &rsquoll likely need to make an advance booking, wear a mask and practice social distancing. If you have any questions ahead of a visit, we encourage you to call ahead to get the most up-to-date information.

Daunted by the prospect of a trip to Barcelona? There&rsquos so much to do in this thriving cultural capital that you run the risk of going away convinced that you haven&rsquot really seen the place. We live here, and we&rsquore slightly intimidated by the sheer number of brilliant museums, fab restaurants and cutting-edge nightlife venues this city has to offer. But don&rsquot fear &ndash we&rsquore here to make sure you get the most out of your visit with this run-down of the attractions you absolutely can&rsquot miss. Maybe you can&rsquot wait to feast your eyes on the Sagrada Família, or perhaps you&rsquore set on making a beeline straight for those picture-postcard beaches. Whatever your holidaying preferences, read on and start ticking off the city&rsquos most exquisite sights according to us.

Done something on this list and loved it? Share it with the hashtag #TimeOutDoList and tag @TimeOutEverywhere. You can also find out more about how Time Out selects the very best things to do all over the world.


The 31 best things to do in Barcelona

SEPTEMBER 2020: Our annual DO List is the place to come to find out all the latest, greatest things to do in Barcelona. With many Barcelona attractions still closed to the public, we&rsquove updated our list to reflect the current conditions within the city. So you might not find a visit to Camp Nou to see Barça play a football match on the list, but you can still get into the Sagrada Família. Many venues have reopened with new safety measures in place, including limiting how many visitors can attend at a time. You &rsquoll likely need to make an advance booking, wear a mask and practice social distancing. If you have any questions ahead of a visit, we encourage you to call ahead to get the most up-to-date information.

Daunted by the prospect of a trip to Barcelona? There&rsquos so much to do in this thriving cultural capital that you run the risk of going away convinced that you haven&rsquot really seen the place. We live here, and we&rsquore slightly intimidated by the sheer number of brilliant museums, fab restaurants and cutting-edge nightlife venues this city has to offer. But don&rsquot fear &ndash we&rsquore here to make sure you get the most out of your visit with this run-down of the attractions you absolutely can&rsquot miss. Maybe you can&rsquot wait to feast your eyes on the Sagrada Família, or perhaps you&rsquore set on making a beeline straight for those picture-postcard beaches. Whatever your holidaying preferences, read on and start ticking off the city&rsquos most exquisite sights according to us.

Done something on this list and loved it? Share it with the hashtag #TimeOutDoList and tag @TimeOutEverywhere. You can also find out more about how Time Out selects the very best things to do all over the world.


The 31 best things to do in Barcelona

SEPTEMBER 2020: Our annual DO List is the place to come to find out all the latest, greatest things to do in Barcelona. With many Barcelona attractions still closed to the public, we&rsquove updated our list to reflect the current conditions within the city. So you might not find a visit to Camp Nou to see Barça play a football match on the list, but you can still get into the Sagrada Família. Many venues have reopened with new safety measures in place, including limiting how many visitors can attend at a time. You &rsquoll likely need to make an advance booking, wear a mask and practice social distancing. If you have any questions ahead of a visit, we encourage you to call ahead to get the most up-to-date information.

Daunted by the prospect of a trip to Barcelona? There&rsquos so much to do in this thriving cultural capital that you run the risk of going away convinced that you haven&rsquot really seen the place. We live here, and we&rsquore slightly intimidated by the sheer number of brilliant museums, fab restaurants and cutting-edge nightlife venues this city has to offer. But don&rsquot fear &ndash we&rsquore here to make sure you get the most out of your visit with this run-down of the attractions you absolutely can&rsquot miss. Maybe you can&rsquot wait to feast your eyes on the Sagrada Família, or perhaps you&rsquore set on making a beeline straight for those picture-postcard beaches. Whatever your holidaying preferences, read on and start ticking off the city&rsquos most exquisite sights according to us.

Done something on this list and loved it? Share it with the hashtag #TimeOutDoList and tag @TimeOutEverywhere. You can also find out more about how Time Out selects the very best things to do all over the world.


The 31 best things to do in Barcelona

SEPTEMBER 2020: Our annual DO List is the place to come to find out all the latest, greatest things to do in Barcelona. With many Barcelona attractions still closed to the public, we&rsquove updated our list to reflect the current conditions within the city. So you might not find a visit to Camp Nou to see Barça play a football match on the list, but you can still get into the Sagrada Família. Many venues have reopened with new safety measures in place, including limiting how many visitors can attend at a time. You &rsquoll likely need to make an advance booking, wear a mask and practice social distancing. If you have any questions ahead of a visit, we encourage you to call ahead to get the most up-to-date information.

Daunted by the prospect of a trip to Barcelona? There&rsquos so much to do in this thriving cultural capital that you run the risk of going away convinced that you haven&rsquot really seen the place. We live here, and we&rsquore slightly intimidated by the sheer number of brilliant museums, fab restaurants and cutting-edge nightlife venues this city has to offer. But don&rsquot fear &ndash we&rsquore here to make sure you get the most out of your visit with this run-down of the attractions you absolutely can&rsquot miss. Maybe you can&rsquot wait to feast your eyes on the Sagrada Família, or perhaps you&rsquore set on making a beeline straight for those picture-postcard beaches. Whatever your holidaying preferences, read on and start ticking off the city&rsquos most exquisite sights according to us.

Done something on this list and loved it? Share it with the hashtag #TimeOutDoList and tag @TimeOutEverywhere. You can also find out more about how Time Out selects the very best things to do all over the world.


The 31 best things to do in Barcelona

SEPTEMBER 2020: Our annual DO List is the place to come to find out all the latest, greatest things to do in Barcelona. With many Barcelona attractions still closed to the public, we&rsquove updated our list to reflect the current conditions within the city. So you might not find a visit to Camp Nou to see Barça play a football match on the list, but you can still get into the Sagrada Família. Many venues have reopened with new safety measures in place, including limiting how many visitors can attend at a time. You &rsquoll likely need to make an advance booking, wear a mask and practice social distancing. If you have any questions ahead of a visit, we encourage you to call ahead to get the most up-to-date information.

Daunted by the prospect of a trip to Barcelona? There&rsquos so much to do in this thriving cultural capital that you run the risk of going away convinced that you haven&rsquot really seen the place. We live here, and we&rsquore slightly intimidated by the sheer number of brilliant museums, fab restaurants and cutting-edge nightlife venues this city has to offer. But don&rsquot fear &ndash we&rsquore here to make sure you get the most out of your visit with this run-down of the attractions you absolutely can&rsquot miss. Maybe you can&rsquot wait to feast your eyes on the Sagrada Família, or perhaps you&rsquore set on making a beeline straight for those picture-postcard beaches. Whatever your holidaying preferences, read on and start ticking off the city&rsquos most exquisite sights according to us.

Done something on this list and loved it? Share it with the hashtag #TimeOutDoList and tag @TimeOutEverywhere. You can also find out more about how Time Out selects the very best things to do all over the world.


The 31 best things to do in Barcelona

SEPTEMBER 2020: Our annual DO List is the place to come to find out all the latest, greatest things to do in Barcelona. With many Barcelona attractions still closed to the public, we&rsquove updated our list to reflect the current conditions within the city. So you might not find a visit to Camp Nou to see Barça play a football match on the list, but you can still get into the Sagrada Família. Many venues have reopened with new safety measures in place, including limiting how many visitors can attend at a time. You &rsquoll likely need to make an advance booking, wear a mask and practice social distancing. If you have any questions ahead of a visit, we encourage you to call ahead to get the most up-to-date information.

Daunted by the prospect of a trip to Barcelona? There&rsquos so much to do in this thriving cultural capital that you run the risk of going away convinced that you haven&rsquot really seen the place. We live here, and we&rsquore slightly intimidated by the sheer number of brilliant museums, fab restaurants and cutting-edge nightlife venues this city has to offer. But don&rsquot fear &ndash we&rsquore here to make sure you get the most out of your visit with this run-down of the attractions you absolutely can&rsquot miss. Maybe you can&rsquot wait to feast your eyes on the Sagrada Família, or perhaps you&rsquore set on making a beeline straight for those picture-postcard beaches. Whatever your holidaying preferences, read on and start ticking off the city&rsquos most exquisite sights according to us.

Done something on this list and loved it? Share it with the hashtag #TimeOutDoList and tag @TimeOutEverywhere. You can also find out more about how Time Out selects the very best things to do all over the world.


The 31 best things to do in Barcelona

SEPTEMBER 2020: Our annual DO List is the place to come to find out all the latest, greatest things to do in Barcelona. With many Barcelona attractions still closed to the public, we&rsquove updated our list to reflect the current conditions within the city. So you might not find a visit to Camp Nou to see Barça play a football match on the list, but you can still get into the Sagrada Família. Many venues have reopened with new safety measures in place, including limiting how many visitors can attend at a time. You &rsquoll likely need to make an advance booking, wear a mask and practice social distancing. If you have any questions ahead of a visit, we encourage you to call ahead to get the most up-to-date information.

Daunted by the prospect of a trip to Barcelona? There&rsquos so much to do in this thriving cultural capital that you run the risk of going away convinced that you haven&rsquot really seen the place. We live here, and we&rsquore slightly intimidated by the sheer number of brilliant museums, fab restaurants and cutting-edge nightlife venues this city has to offer. But don&rsquot fear &ndash we&rsquore here to make sure you get the most out of your visit with this run-down of the attractions you absolutely can&rsquot miss. Maybe you can&rsquot wait to feast your eyes on the Sagrada Família, or perhaps you&rsquore set on making a beeline straight for those picture-postcard beaches. Whatever your holidaying preferences, read on and start ticking off the city&rsquos most exquisite sights according to us.

Done something on this list and loved it? Share it with the hashtag #TimeOutDoList and tag @TimeOutEverywhere. You can also find out more about how Time Out selects the very best things to do all over the world.


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