Stuck for what to do on a rainy day in Barcelona? Don’t let the bad weather stop you from enjoying yourself, there’s still so much to do here even when it’s pouring it down! Read our blog of our favourite things to get up to to escape the rain.
El Born used to be home to a market hall that traded goods within the community of Barcelona. Time passed and the market would become unused and excavation years later unearthed a historic discovery. Learn about El Born Cultural Centre, a place of importance to the Capital of Catalonia
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 exhibitions Barcelona has to offer.
Are you visiting Barcelona with babies or toddlers under 3? Check out some of our suggestions of things to do in the city for the older ones, that come with little ones!
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)!