Located in the heart of La Ribera, Passeig del Born is one of Barcelona’s best streets for dining, shopping, sightseeing and enjoying a drink.
Fear not, summer is far from over. In fact, you could say that in Barcelona, it’s only just begun! Here’s a list of a few things happening over August and September in this awesome city.
On August 15th, Barcelona becomes a vibrant display of colour as the much anticipated Festa Major de Gràcia kicks off! Considered to be one of the biggest street parties of the year, this event sees the neighbourhood of Gràcia come to life with home-made decorations, free concerts and much more.
Poblenou is one of Barcelona’s best kept secrets. Right on the beach and full of great tapas restaurants and quirky bars, this neighbourhood is always packed with locals and a great way to immerse yourself in authentic Barcelona life! Check out our guide to the best places to hang out in Poblenou.
Escape the hustle and bustle of Barcelona’s main tourist spots and discover these relaxing squares where you can sit and watch the world go by with a glass of vermouth and a plate of patatas bravas.
Before exploring the city, take a look at our guide to the neighbourhoods of Barcelona. Each with distinct qualities, history and a whole hoard of attractions, every neighbourhood is quite unique. This guide tells you all the main things you should know before heading out into the city.
The neighbourhood of Poble Sec is quickly becoming one of the most popular hangouts in Barcelona. Characterised by its sloping treelined streets and clusters of independent restaurants and bars, this area is definitely worth a visit!
So you’ve seen all the main sights in Barcelona (or perhaps you’re simply not interested in those) and you’re looking for something a little more adventurous. Well look no further…this is our guide to some of the forgotten places around Barcelona. Making some good reading for the beach or perhaps inspiration for a day trip or two!