Unfortunately, Barcelona is one of the most expensive places to live in Spain. But, there are some things in life that are free! Discover how to enjoy Barcelona for free here.
Barcelona is blessed in being such a cultural hub, from its people to its food. A food on trend at the minute is sushi; here are the best places to eat sushi in Barcelona.
Don’t miss the much anticipated Sitges Carnival 2020! With everything from colourful parades to bed races, plus plenty of creative costumes to boot, this is surely something to look forward to this February!
Steeped in tradition, history and religion, hidden away in the mountains of Montserrat is an abbey. Read here to learn about the history surrounding the mountainous Montserrat Abbey.
Spending the new year in Barcelona? Then you should know that the Reyes Magos falls on the 6th January. The most traditional food being Roscón de Reyes. Discover where is best to buy this sweet treat!
The beautiful game has seen one of the ugliest rivalries shared between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid. We know it as El Clásico, it´s time to learn about what makes this fixture the most important in the calendar.
Over the festive period, Barcelona transforms into a magical city. From the Christmas lights, to Christmas Markets, come and explore Christmas with your family in Barcelona.