Where to Stay Warm and Have Chocolate and Churros in Barcelona

This blog post was originally posted on January 26, 2017, and was updated on October 21, 2017.

Looking for things to do in winter in Barcelona? On those chilly days, you cannot miss out on a Spanish hot chocolate!

Check out our recommendations for some of the best churros in Barcelona, and stay warm!

Check out the best spots for churros in Barcelona to stay nice and warm in winter in Barcelona!

Granja Viader

One of the oldest granjas, or establishments that sell fresh milk and cream in Barcelona, Granja Viader is a total classic when it comes to creamy Spanish hot chocolate. Go for the suizo—thick hot chocolate topped with an enormous dollop of their homemade whipped cream! Have a look inside to get a peek at what’s in store!

Address: Carrer d’en Xuclà 4-6

Churreria Laietana

Churrerías are on nearly every corner in the south of Spain, but Barcelona only has a small handful of their own. It should come as no surprise, then, that one of the very best places for churros in Barcelona is run by a family of southern Spaniards! If you want to try something different than the typical churro, go for the larger porras.

Address: Via Laietana 46

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Granja 1872

Things to do in Barcelona in winter? How about knock off a bit of culture and history, while devouring some delicious hot chocolate and churros?! Granja 1892 boasts one of the most privileged locations, tucked away on a small street of the Gothic Quarter, you can have your hot chocolate sitting next to pieces of the old Roman wall!

Address: Carrer dels Banys Nous 4

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Winter in Barcelona…perfect time to get some hot chocolate and churros!

Churreria El Trebol

While this tiny corner shop might not warm you up, Churreria El Trebol undoubtedly has some of the best churros in Barcelona. After you’ve had your fix of chocolate and churros, take a stroll around one of the city’s most charming and lesser-known areas, La Vila de Gracia.

Address: Carrer de Corsega 341

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