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The 5 best places for sweet treats in Barcelona

Barcelona is home to its fair share of eateries, offering everything from tapas and traditional Catalan cuisine to some of the best paella you’ll ever taste. But if you’re looking to satisfy your sweet tooth, there are plenty of amazing spots just for desserts that will make your mouth water way more than a plate full of hot patatas bravas ever will. Whether you’re looking for a quick pick-me-up or a full indulgence session, here we give you the five best places to enjoy some sweet treats in Barcelona. EspaiSucre At EspaiSucre, Spanish tapas have never been so delicious. A restaurant devoted to the sweet tooth, this sleek and modern locale will make you hungry for dessert any time of day. EspaiSucre’s fixed menu is filled with beautifully designed cakes and tarts that look almost savory – until you take a bite. Stocked with a wine collection to match any dish, this restaurant will have you wishing you had a bigger appetite! EspaiSucre Barcelona c/ Princesa, 53 Il Forno This Italian sweet spot is perfect for authentic pastries and coffee, and is rated no.1 in Barcelona for desserts by Tripadvisor. Priding themselves in their service with a smile, Il Forno is a favorite amongst locals and visitors alike, with its tasty, well-priced menu offering items such as cannolis and tortes. This restaurant is perfect for a quick bite or an extended afternoon tea. Il Forno Barcelona c/ Lepant, 338 La Dolça de Tickets At this dream-like dessert emporium, you’ll want to order the whole menu. As you walk in, be prepared for the massive strawberries hanging from the ceiling to make you wish you were swimming in Willy Wonka’s chocolate fountain. We don’t recommend you lick the wallpaper, though. La Dolça is great for a relaxed tea or a dessert that is both child-friendly and adult-appropriate. And if you’re looking for a savory bite to eat beforehand, it’s conveniently located adjacent to Tickets, the critically-acclaimed restaurant of top chef Albert Adrià. La Dolça Barcelona Av. Paral-lel, 164 Gelaaati Di Marco Located in the Gothic Quarter, Gelaaati Di Marco has the biggest and best selection of Italian gelato in Barcelona. With its gluten free, lactose free and vegan options, this dessert destination is a hit for everyone. You may be inclined to try a few flavors before deciding on just one, but each taste is bound to impress. Head chef Marco di Consiglio has based his restaurant around the promise of fresh ingredients and Italian inspiration to create a widely revered – and extremely popular – heladería. Gelaaati di Marco Barcelona c/ Llibreteria, 7 Escribà An artist of chocolate and all things sweet, Christian Escribà revolutionized the dessert eating experience and has turned it into an exciting, surprising, and delicious endeavor. The items at all of his locations will amaze you, and some of his desserts look too beautiful to eat – although we definitely recommend you do. Escribà has an exquisite dessert selection, perfect for a tea-time treat or snack on the way home. Well known by actors and artists, this restaurant is a must-see, ideal for a sweet breakfast, afternoon dessert or anything in between. Escribà Barcelona Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 546, Rambla de les Flors, 83 and L’Illa Shopping Center Sandra Roig is Marketing Director at Apartment Barcelona. If you would like to be a guest blogger on A Luxury Travel Blog in order to raise your profile, please contact us.

Sandra Roig

Sandra Roig is Marketing Director at AB Apartment Barcelona. AB Apartment Barcelona is an apartment rental agency offering over one thousand short and long term apartments across Barcelona. If you would like to be a guest blogger on A Luxury Travel Blog in order to raise your profile, please contact us.

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  1. I love Barcelona, it’s one of the most captivating cities I’ve ever visited. I remember the many sinful chocolate shops, and I can personally recommend Escriba. Those gelatos look wonderful too…

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