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The star of Catalan cuisine is a spicy chorizo - cured sausage with the paprika, which is worth a try on a par with the famous jamon.
How to try chorizo in Barcelona
Chorizo is a pork sausage with a very unusual reddish color and a special spicy flavor. This is achieved by adding the paprika. You can eat chorizo in its pure form, with bread and butter, as well as in a famous Cocido soup.

You can buy chorizo in the markets, the most popular place to buy chorizo - Boqueria market on La Rambla.

How much?

chorizo on the markets costs from €3 to €8.

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Choose the fascinating bike ride instead of two-day walking tour of Barcelona, which will take only a few hours to watch all the main sightseeing spots.

€120/tour

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