Making your way to Barcelona, but find yourself uncertain of which area best suits your vacation needs? Check out five of our recommendations of the best locations, guaranteed to leave you with an unforgettable experience.
Nothing compares to the hustle and bustle of Barcelona, but if you seek a day away from this cultural hub, head to Montserrat: a world-famous mountain town and religious retreat that gives visitors the opportunity to see the Catalan capital from a different point of view. The perfect day trip for families visiting Barcelona!
A trip to the Catalan Capital would not be complete without a visit to some of the best places for chocolate in Barcelona! The Chocolate Museum offers a look at the history and the process of making a tiny cocoa bean into a delicious dessert! Stroll down Carrer de Petritxol, a street famous for its confectioneries, and make time for traditional chocolate con churros! Your sweet tooth will be satisfied…
Spring in Barcelona? Be sure to make time for the 12th annual San Miguel Primavera Sound Festival. This five-day concert offering an eclectic mix of pop, rock and underground tendencies is sure to satisfy every musical taste. This year, the festival is set to be a memorable one, as the city of Barcelona opens its doors to legendary band, The Cure. Read on for more info…
Want to try some of the best tapas in Barcelona? Follow our guide to the top bars in the Catalan capital offering these Spanish delicacies! From ‘patatas bravas’ to anchovies, to tomato bread, take a look at some of these fantastic eateries in Barcelona and get your taste buds tingling… iBuen provecho!
For any football fan, a trip to the Camp Nou is considered a dream come true. Go behind the scenes of one of the most famous clubs in the world with the Camp Nou Experience: an interactive tour allowing visitors the chance to marvel at the Barça trophies on display, the opportunity to walk on the FC Barcelona pitch, and much more. A must for every sports enthusiast while in Barcelona.
Coming to Barcelona this Spring? This cultural hub comes to life during this transitional season and with fantastic festivals and events, so you are sure to have an experience that will never be forgotten! From the Primavera Sound Festival 2012 to the famous Diada de Sant Jordi, there is something for every taste. So, gather up some friends and head to the Catalan capital this spring!
Day 2 of our 2-day tourist guide to Barcelona. From the incredible Sagrada Familia, to the beautiful Barceloneta Beach and the Olympic Port, including some of the best places to eat in the Catalan capital, continue on with day 2 of our step-by-step tour of Barcelona.