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Sip a cup of coffee in Barcelona and get hyped up for roaming around

By Buvaneshwari Gopinath - August 3, 2020
Barcelona Coffee

People of Spain, take their coffees seriously. For all other nationals and outsiders, it might be little tricky ordering outside. The coffees of Spain go by different names. Some may sound intimidating while some may be difficult to pronounce. The residents of Barcelona in Spain always drink their coffees with a twist. Some take less sugar, some take more sugar, some take lots of milk while others don’t. Below here, I have given you a few tips on how you can order your coffee without worrying too much, when in Barcelona.

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Best Coffee Spots in Barcelona

1. Robot House

This clutter-free café with plants inside easily soothes your nerves. They serve seasonal food made with locally sourced ingredients with great music. Their espresso can wake anyone up! This café is a 3-minute walk from Casa Mila. It is open between 9 AM and 6 PM from Monday to Friday. On Saturdays, it is open between 9:30 AM and 2 PM.

Location: Carrer de Provença, 316, Barcelona, Spain

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2. Satan’s Coffee Corner

Their motto is ‘Get fed, Get loved, Get going’. The café is run by Marcos Bartolomé. He hails from a family of coffee makers. It’s fair to say that he understands coffee more than us. They have many varieties of coffee and the coffee served here is true to their name. This place is open between 9 AM and 6 PM from Monday to Saturday. Also, decaf lovers and yelp reviewers stay away. 

Location: Carrer de l’Arc de Sant Ramon del Call, 11, 08002 Barcelona, Spain

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3. Petit Pot

This cute and quirky café looks like something out of coming of age movie. Who knows? You might find the love of your life here. Their coffee and cakes are to die for. Their eccentric decor pieces will make interesting pictures for your Instagram posts. It is open between 7:30 AM and 9 PM from Monday to Friday and between 8:30 AM and 2:30 PM on Saturdays and Sundays.

Location: Carrer del Bruc, 84, 08009 Barcelona, Spain

4. Espai Joliu

This place has an antique or rustic vibe to it. This lively place houses countless numbers of plants and succulents. Their coffee has a great flavour and when combined with their pastries it takes you to a small trip to heaven. They have options for vegans as well. This place is closed on Mondays and Sundays. But it is open between 10 AM and 2 PM from Wednesday to Sunday.

Location: Carrer de Badajoz, 95, 08005 Barcelona, Spain

5. Café El Magnifico

To fully understand anything in Barcelona, you need to place it in a historical context. There is no better place to understand the history of Spanish coffee than the Cafés El Magnifico. They are serving the best Spanish coffee in the town for three generations. The café gives you a rustic and vintage experience. The cafe is from 9 am to 2 pm and 5 pm to 8 pm throughout the week.      

Location: café El Magnifico Is located at Carrer de l’Argenteria, 64, 08003 Barcelona, Spain.

6. Nomad Coffee

Nomad coffee is one of the main reasons for the story of speciality coffees in Barcelona. It is one of the oldest companies serving speciality coffee. The café has a hidden coffee space with a beautiful interior and graphic design which provides a silent and peaceful experience. The visiting hours for the café is from 8 am to 6 pm throughout the week. Nomad Coffee is located in three different areas namely Nomad coffee lab, Nomad coffee, Nomad Roaster’s home. Nomad coffee is the first branch which we recommend is located at Carrer de Joaquín Costa, 26, 08001 Barcelona, Spain.

Location: Carrer de Joaquín Costa, 26, 08001 Barcelona, Spain.

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7. Hidden café

Hidden café stays true to its name and it is secreted off the beaten tourist path. It is an undiscovered gem of a neighbourhood doing things, a little differently in addition to its own roasts. You will find well known and well respected international roasters such as Denmark’s La Cabra Coffee roasters and France’s Belleville Brulerie. The cafe has a winning atmosphere with great coffee, mellifluous music and fresh, bright locale that makes you take a seat in the industrial decor and stay for a few hours. The visiting hours for the cafe is from 8 am to 7 pm throughout the week.

Location: C/ Constança, Carrer de Deu I Mata, Esquina, 08029 Barcelona, Spain.

8. Onna Coffee

Onna Coffee is a small and friendly café in Barcelona. The word “Onna” means Woman in Japanese. The speciality of this café is that the coffee is sourced from the native country of the owner. It is also roasted by the owner herself. The café gives attention to detail, friendly baristas, and even a guest book that sits on the coffee station. All of these add Onna’s good energy. The visiting hours for the cafe is from 12 – 12:01 am throughout the week.

Location: Onna’s coffee is located at Carrer de Santa Teresa, 1, 08012 Barcelona,Spain.

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9. Bicioci Bike café

Bicioci café is quite known for its cosy vibe with brown wooden tables and bright windows. Their yummy breakfast menu includes pancakes, juices, soups etcetera. Apart from their snack and meals, Bicioci is known for its coffee. The coffee has a strong smell and a unique taste, which will make you fall in love.

Location: Carrer de Venus, 1, 08012 Barcelona, Spain

Pro tips to get coffee at Barcelona

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  • Ask for descafeinado if you like to have decaf coffee.
  • People here like have milk in the coffee at different temperatures. If you want a very hot coffee, ask them for caliente. Or if you want your coffee to be warm, ask for templado o caliente.
  • If you are ordering an iced coffee, we suggest you add some sugar to it for better taste.
  • People of Spain don’t prefer having their coffee for brunch or lunch due to heavy milk content in it. So be sure to check and order the right one for your lunch companion.

Coffee can be your best friend, especially when you are travelling. Visit the city of Barcelona to taste the world’s best coffee. Visit Pickyourtrail and choose your favourite Spain package from hundreds of them. Or you can customize your trip as you please, drop us a Whatsapp message and we will get back to you with best deals. Unlock safe and happy travel with Pickyourtrail.

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