Insider Tips for Spannabis 2023

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I’m Jorge Cervantes, and I have some insider information to help you make the most of your time in Barcelona during Spannabis.

Barcelona is a beautiful city that never sleeps, and it’s also a cannabis lover’s paradise!

Are you planning to attend Spannabis in Barcelona? As a cannabis enthusiast, you’re in for a treat! Barcelona is not only a beautiful city that never sleeps but also a cannabis lover’s paradise.

What is Spannabis?

Spannabis is one of the largest cannabis trade shows in Europe: loaded with good vibes, feminized and auto-flowering seeds at the best prices. In this article, we’ll provide you with all the information you need about the event, including tips on what to do in Barcelona when you are away from the show.

Where is Spannabis Barcelona?

The event will be held at Fira de Cornellá, Barcelona, just like last year. The address is Carrer Tirso de Molina, 34, 08940, in the Cornellà de Llobregat neighborhood of Barcelona.

The event has a few rules that you should be aware of, including:

  • No one under 18 years old is allowed.
  • Smoking is not allowed inside the venue.
  • Pets are not allowed inside the venue.

To help you make the most of your trip, here are some insider tips and things to see and do:

Parc Güell A must-see attraction for admiring Antoni Gaudí’s art, but make sure to buy your tickets in advance as daily entry is limited. Fun fact: The creator, Antoni Gaudí, was rumored to have eaten a lot of psilocybin mushrooms!

Visit Plaza Real in Barcelona during Spannabis

Sagrada Familia Cathedral: Designed by Gaudí, this stunning cathedral is a must-visit attraction. Take the purple metro line (L2) towards Badalona, Pompeu Fabra and get off at Sagrada Familia.

Barcelona City Tour: Explore the city and its many sights by hopping on and off the bus anytime. But remember, no toking on the bus! Start your tour at Plaça Catalunya in the heart of downtown.

Barceloneta Beach: Relax and soak up the sun at this beautiful beach while enjoying a drink and a meal with a sea view.

Cannabis Associations: Barcelona is known for its cannabis associations, where members can safely consume cannabis in a regulated environment. Check out some of the most well-known associations, find more information on these websites:

Live Music Venues: Barcelona is famous for its music scene, and you can catch live music performances at venues like Razzmatazz, Apolo, and Sidecar.

Thai massage center: after a long day at the Spannabis fair in Barcelona, nothing beats a good massage to relax and unwind! Let’s face it: puffing and talking nonstop is entertaining, but it can be taxing on your body, especially if you have been traveling long distance to get to the event. That’s where “Thai Chada” massage center comes in – the ultimate destination for aches and pains from your journey.
This hidden gem, located on Carrer de les Semoleres, 9 and easily accessible via the Metro L4 Yellow line (stop at Jaume 1), offers traditional Thai massages that will leave you feeling like a new person.
What’s more, the best part? You can get the royal treatment if you tell the manager Takky that Jorge Cervantes sent you! They speak English, Spanish, and Thai, so communication will be straightforward. And if you’re feeling generous, please leave a comment on my Facebook page telling me how much you enjoyed it. You will not be disappointed!

Food and Drinks: when it comes to food and drinks, Barcelona does not disappoint! Here are some recommendations:

Can Ros is a seafood restaurant in the Barceloneta neighborhood. In a modern and stylish setting, dine on authentic Spanish-Catalan cuisine.

La Peninsular is a traditional Barcelona seafood restaurant that has been in operation since the 1940s. Try their paella or the day’s catch.

La Champagneria  – a relaxed bar where locals congregate, serving cava and snacks like cured meats and cheeses.

La Flauta is a cozy restaurant serving traditional Catalan cuisine.

Vaso de Oro – Tapas and local craft beer in La Barceloneta.

Ocaña is a modern restaurant and bar in the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona.

Dr. Stravinsky is a cool cocktail bar known for its unique drinks.

Paradiso is a speakeasy-style cocktail bar hidden behind a closed door inside a pastrami shop.

El Mussol is located at the top of the old Bull Ring Las Arenas. Mussol serves typical Catalan food, and you have a great 360-degree view of the city. Metro Plaça Espanya.

Restaurante Andino Peruano If you like seafood at a great price, this is one of my favorites and close to Sagrada Familia.

Restaurante Caliu de Gracia is a Little off the beaten path, (take a taxi). The quality of food and service are outstanding. One of my favorites.

Finally, get a “T10” metro pass to save on transportation costs. You can get 10 rides on the metro or bus for about $/€1.

I hope these tips help you make the most of your visit to Barcelona during Spannabis 2023. Have fun and enjoy the city’s many attractions!

Here are some suggestions to help you make the most of your trip:

Carajillo de Baileys: shot of expresso coffee topped off with Bailys. One of my favorites, be careful, they are habit-forming!

Last but not least have fun!

  • Do not buy cannabis or hash on the street. The quality is horrible!
  • Beware of pickpockets (carterristas). Keep cellphones and money in front pockets. Do not put valuables in a backpack. Always keep your backpack touching or tied to your body when sitting, especially when in public at restaurants and bars.
  • Buy a “T10” metro pass. You get 10 rides on the metro or bus for about one $/€.

I hope these suggestions help you make the most of your visit to Barcelona.

Enjoy Barcelona and see you at Spannabis!


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