The Government of Catalonia implemented a new Tourist Tax in 2012. Here we give you all you need to know about the tax and how it will affect your trip to Barcelona.
Kick start your Christmas season with the annual Shopping Night in Barcelona. With stores open until 1am, shop ’til drop in a fairytale setting…just be sure that you don’t lose your glass slipper!
It doesn’t matter if you’re a true jazz cat or just in the mood for some cool live music, don’t miss your chance to catch some free shows, amazing artists and exciting activities at the month-long Barcelona Jazz Festival. Read on to find out exactly what’s in store this November…
Although the neighborhood of El Born may be part of Barcelona’s Old Town, not all of the stores to be found in its quaint, labyrinthine streets reflect its historical status. From quirky boutiques featuring up-and-coming designers to unique souvenir shops, the barrio of El Born has something for everyone. Check out our top places to shop in this cool barrio of Barcelona.
Barcelona, a city best known for its rich culture and exquisite architecture, is also home to some of the finest wines and Cava in the world. Take an unforgettable day trip to the outskirts of Barcelona, where the Penedès region awaits you, and try one of these top wine tours where you can stroll through the vineyards, taste the wines and even or try your hand at making Cava! ¡Salud!
The Sagrada Familia is arguably the most incredible structure in Barcelona, not only for its size, design and intricate modernist features, but also due to the fact that it has been in construction for almost 130 years. Here we tell you a little more about the Sagrada Familia, and why you must not miss a visit to this amazing architectural wonder.