Gothic Quarter

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There are a lot of tasting menus in this city, but one of our top picks is Caelis. Fine dining in Barcelona is generally more laid-back and affordable than say, London or Paris, so you can really go all out here on a 15-course meal plus a wine pairing for €175. Or, come at lunch when you can get the same exciting dishes on a three-course prix-fixe menu for €55.

You'll get to feast on rich recipes like cured egg yolk tart with caviar or lobster and foie gras macaroni, all while being in one of the city’s most stylish hotels. Compared to other fine-dining options in the city, the crowd and atmosphere here can feel a touch more formal, but the mood definitely starts to relax a bit once all those businessmen reach the end of their wine pairing.

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