The Arenas de Barcelona have an interesting history, there is no denying it. Located on the iconic Plaza de Espanya, learn about its past and present. You’ll be surprised at how much it has developed over the years.
Just a short journey from Barcelona to Tarragona and you will be able to immerse yourself in a whole new world. With history from the Roman times, you can step back in time in the Colosseum or go for a walk along the beach. Come and discover why else Tarragona should be on your list for the next places to visit.
Want to see the whole of Catalonia in an hour? Well at Miniature Catalonia, you can! See scaled down models of the region’s most important sights.
Make your way to Barcelona this spring as the city comes to life with an array of activities to cater to everyone! Whether you fancy a day trip to the park or prefer to see the city by bike, Barcelona has it all! The Catalan capital will open the door to an experience you will never forget. This spring, come to Barcelona and soak in the beauty of the majestical city!
Barcelona, like the rest of Spain has a number of links to Irish culture, especially with its famous Irish Bars. Follow this blog so you know exactly where to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day in Barcelona
Planning your Easter break? Choose Barcelona as your destination and enjoy a whole week of fantastic festivals, colorful parades and traditional delicacies! Read on to find out all you need to know about “Semana Santa” in Barcelona…
One may intend on visiting the cultural capital of Europe, Barcelona, this spring, to marvel at the grand architecture and centuries of history on display, but be sure to delight your palette with its Catalan cuisine, too. The city is an oyster of mouthwatering delicacies…dig in!
spring and summer is the time for wine and good times. Explore the best vineyards or ´Bodegas`in and around Barcelona in this tour of the best bodegas in the catalan capital.