Barcelona is one of the best places to enjoy the beautiful art of Flamenco. This year, the Ciutat Flamenco festival celebrates its 26th year of offering this art to the public. Read more about this brilliant must see festival here.
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!
Are you looking for somewhere to listen to Reggaeton in Barcelona? Read our guide to some of our favourite spots in the city to listen to everyone’s favourite dance music…
With plenty of cool cafés in Barcelona, it’s often difficult to know which ones offer free wifi and are relatively quiet. If you’re looking for somewhere to relax, study/work and indulge in some yummy treats, then look no further!
If you’re thinking of coming to Barcelona for more than just a holiday then have a read of our top tips on how to survive in the city. Including the best transport links, hair salons, international supermarkets and emergency services. With any luck, you’ll settle right into life here just like us!
Want to improve your Spanish? What better place to do it than in the heart of Barcelona! We have compiled a list of five of the best places to learn Spanish in the city. Whether youre starting from scratch or want to improve your existing level, immerse yourself in the Spanish language and culture at one of these accredited schools.
Exploring the city of Barcelona is fun but, sometimes you can find gems outside of the city walls. Montjuïc has a lot to offer from its rich culture and history to its many parks and gardens.
An interview with Marta Rubio, a Barcelona-native travel blogger with plenty of tips and tricks on how to experience the real Barcelona.