Barcelona is home to a handful of chocolate shops, churros con chocolate and even a chocolate museum. So if you’re a self-admitted chocoholic, be sure to check out the treats you can find in the Catalan capital!
Just a 20-minute metro journey away from Barcelona, Badalona is an easy and inexpensive way to take a day trip from the city centre. From beaches and restaurants, to museums and monasteries, Badalona has something for everyone (including its very own La Rambla)!
Culture vultures listen up! Enjoy a special night when many museums open their doors all night to provide a unique opportunity for visitors to explore the many art exhibitions Barcelona has to offer.
Discover the whole of Spain in one day in Barcelona’s famous Poble Espanyol. With winding streets and beautiful architecture inspired by different autonomous regious of Spain, you’ll be sure to lose track of time when exploring this incredible model village!
Barcelona has much to offer this spring as tourists gather in the Catalan capital. Even though you may choose to dig into the cuisine, or stroll around the narrow city streets, be sure to make time for a day trip to the surrounding areas where beautiful beaches and touristic attractions await you! Read on for our top suggestions of where to spend a sunny spring day…
Barcelona is ideally placed for weekend trips to nearby towns and villages around Catalonia. One that we highly recommend visiting is Cadaqués. A quaint and more or less unchanged fishermen’s village home to the late Salvador Dalí, with whitewash houses, stunning scenery and delicious food and drink. Only two and a half hours from the Catalan capital, you’d be mad not to visit Cadaqués during your stay in Barcelona.