Barcelona is one of the most accesible cities in Europe for those with a disability. Read our short guide on which places offer adapted services, discount prices, and additional help for those that may need it during their stay in the city.
Plan your trip to Barcelona using our ultimate beginner’s guide to the city. Find restaurant recommendations, best views in the city, public transport information and a neighbourhood guide here!
Spring has arrived and so has Brunch -in the City! Electronic music, fun activities and delicious street food, take a look at our guide to Barcelona’s best Sunday party and get involved in the action.
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.
Barcelona is one of the top tourist destinations in Europe, with millions of yearly visitors. In 2012 a tourist tax was introduced to help sustain this activity, and on April 1st 2017 this year the amounts were changed. What does this mean?
There are many reasons to choose Barcelona for your studies abroad, from the amazing nightlife to learning not one, but two languages in the same place. Read on to find out more…
The night scene in Barcelona is unlike any other in the world. With bars inviting you in until 3am (or later!), clubs staying open until as late as 6am, and after-parties galore, you’ll have no problem finding time to party hard in the Catalan capital. Read on to find out about the hottest beach clubs in Barcelona’s Port Olympic…