31% of people living in Barcelona were not born in Spain. Almost one in three. Within this huge group of people who come from abroad, the largest community is made up of people who find it difficult to finish words in consonant, who eat the salad as a second course and get like wild beasts if you add cream to the carbonara. That is, by Italians.
Barcelona is the Spanish city with the most Italian births, with more than 45,000 residents. This migration has helped it become a European capital of pizza, with a notable growth in the number of good pizzerias in the last decade. To find out about the best ones, we asked several food journalists to tell us their favorites and recommend what to order in them. You have it all in the video above.
- The Balmesina
- Gina Balmesina
- Trafalgar Pizza Club
- Sartoria Panatieri
- Pizza D'Autore
- Da Michele
- Messié Gluten Free Pizza
Thanks to Mar Rocabert, Pau Arenós, Carme Gasull, Òscar Broc, Mònica Escudero, Josep Sucarrats, Raquel Piñeiro and Rosa Molinero Trias for their recommendations.
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