If you’re in Barcelona with children, or if you’re an adult lover of the Disney family, in February 2015 have the opportunity to attend in Barcelona the show Disney On Ice 2015 In addition, the show Disney on Ice (Disney On Ice) is 100 years old, which makes us hope it will be a very,…
4 days of food and a selection of tapas in La Rambla, Barcelona’s most famous street. This is exactly which Tast a La Rambla gives us. It is an event that begins on 12 June to Sunday 15, involving 42 of the best restaurants, bars and bakeries, some with Michelin stars.
The event takes place specifically in the Rambla de Santa Monica (closest to the Columbus monument) and was created with the intention of becoming an annual event that attracts locals and tourists every summer, boosting turn as the Rambla place leisure and Tourism for everyone, not just for tourists.
The space is divided into four zones according to the type of cuisine or restaurants that offer local: Author kitchens, Traditional Kitchens, Tapas and saucers and Bakery. In addition there will be a tasting area, bar 150 meters and twenty box office to buy tickets.
The price of tickets ranges from 2 euros a beer at 4.5 euros worth of a meal ticket (or 16 € if you buy 4 tickets).
Schedule of Tast a La Rambla:
– Thursday, June 12: from 12.00 AM to 10 PM
– Friday the 13th and Saturday, June 14: from 11.00 AM to 10 PM
– Sunday 15 June: from 11 AM to 8 PM
Beyond the tasting event at the Tast Rambla also include conferences, workshops and lectures.
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Licenciada en Periodismo y enamorada de Barcelona desde 1986. Disfruto escribiendo posts y haciendo fotos de mi ciudad natal para BCN City Hotels, tarea que combino con la comunicación y el marketing online y que me mantienen siempre hiper-conectada a Internet.
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