Barcelona is sweet, very sweet. The streets of our city are full of cafés, bakeries and old confectioneries that serve the most exquisite delicacies. Today we go to the sweetest places of the city in an unforgettable tour.


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Faborit Casa Amatller

Entering this exquisite café also means enjoying one of the best examples of modernist architecture in the city. Located in the building adjacent to Casa Batlló, its privileged location is not the only surprise that Faborit Casa Amatller hides. On its menu you will find, among other delicacies, delicious hot chocolate, perfect during winter walks through the city center.


Where: C/ Passeig de Gràcia, 41 | 08007 Barcelona.


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La Despensa de Eva

Cakes, jams, tarts, cookies, custom creations, panellets, milkshakes and traditional desserts. Eva is famous in the area of Eixample for its baking creations. The Despensa (pantry) reflects its philosophy where sharing a dessert becomes an event. Do not hesitate to go there if you want to enjoy a quality sweet, handmade by one of the best baking teams in Barcelona. On its menu you will find gluten-free and vegan sweets, so that everyone can enjoy their delicacies.


Where: C/ Aribau, 254 | 08006 Barcelona.


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For lovers of creative confectionery

Barcelona is a city that oozes style. Its confectionery is no exception and a great example of this is the multitude of creative cake shops that can be found throughout the city. This is the case of Bollo Cakery, where you can enjoy all its bright and colorful creations in miniature. But there is also a creative baker’s soul in the city, that of Daniel Jordá, who has reinvented bread into a delicious watermelon. His creations can be found in restaurants all over the city. However, the best thing to do is to go to his bakery to enjoy his restaurant.

And, for the more exotic, Takashi Ochiai boasts of being one of the best Japanese cake shops in Barcelona. There you will find delicious mochis of different flavors. But don’t forget to try the panettone, as it finished fifth in the 1st Panettone World Cup.


Where: Bollo Cakery C/Carrer de la Diputació, 207 | 08011 Barcelona.

Daniel Jordá. Bakery Plaza Garrigó, 5 | 08016 Barcelona.

Takashi Ochiai. C/Comte d’Urgell, 110 | 08011 Barcelona.


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Enjoy with a coffee

And what could be better than enjoying a good coffee with a delicious dessert? In the streets of Barcelona, you will find exquisite excuses to enjoy a good coffee. The aroma and taste of café Nomad are renowned around the city, which has several locations in the city. But it is also worth stopping for a coffee at Satan’s Coffee, a quiet and cozy place where everything revolves around coffee.


Where: Nomad Coffee Every day. C/ Joaquín Costa, 26 | 08001 Barcelona.

Satán’s Coffee. C/l’Arc de Sant Ramon del Call, 11 | 08002 Barcelona


If Barcelona is your next stop, don’t hesitate to stay at Casagrand to enjoy the sweetest Barcelona. We take care of all the details so that your experience is unique.

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