Barcelona is full of beautiful restaurants, terraces, concept stores, and rooftops. It also has an amazing offer for Brunch Lovers! Eggs Benedict on a waffle with crispy chicken? An Acai bowl? Salmon salad with a zataar and yogurt sauce? Yes, please! Here is my selection of the best brunch places in Barcelona.
Where to have the best tapas in Barcelona
When I hear “Spain,” I think “Tapas” and “Cava” and “Vermut” 😉 Barcelona is a pretty touristy city, that’s why it’s always nice to have a few local addresses, to taste the authentic, Catalan cuisine. It’s fatty, oily, fried and delicious. Here are some great spots to have Tapas in Barcelona.
The best Rooftops in Barcelona
Barcelona is the ultimate summer destination. It’s beautiful, it’s warm, and the party scene is great! When you visit Barcelona, you probably want to spend some time on the beach, visit one or two of Gaudies’ houses and go drinking. There is definitely more to Barcelona than that, but let’s start with the booze.
Penang – the Mecca of Street Food
I am a big foodie, I judge the countries I visit by the food and the people. I need to say that food-wise Malaysia stole my heart. It’s a fantastic mix of Chinese, Indonesian, Thai, and Indian food and it’s all absolutely delicious!
Cartagena de Indias – Where to eat
I am not the biggest fan of Colombian food. I am not a fan at all. So what I can recommend is not going to be local. Although, other types of restaurants in the city were amazing! A lot of tourists come to Cartagena, so the offer is large. Here are my favorite picks
Going out in Cartagena de Indias
Cartagena de Indias is so lively! It’s incredible, right after the sun sets the streets are filled with people, music, street artists. You can’t get bored here. It’s a great party place with a Caribbean twist. And here are my recommendations.
Colombian coffee – visiting a coffee farm
Colombia is one of the biggest producers of coffee and it is considered to be premium in the coffee world. Funny thing, you won’t get great coffee in Colombia. Well, you will, but you really need to look for it. Colombians drink Nescafe and if you don’t specifically ask for a Colombian coffee, even in a coffee shop, that’s what you will get. Why? It is simply cheaper.
Wadi Musa – what to do (besides Petra)
Even though the town is not big, there are still some things to do. The further away from the entrance to Petra you go, the more local the experience (and believe me, you don’t have to go that far). So if you still have some energy after spending the whole day in Petra, here are some things you could do.
Where to eat in Luang Prabang
Even though it’s not as popular as some cities in neighboring Thailand, Luang Prabang has a lot to offer and the food game is strong. Whether you are looking for local treats or western food, you won’t be disappointed. I spent 10 days in LP exploring different options and here are my recommendations.