Explore Port Vell, once an obsolete harbour, and now one of Barcelona’s biggest hotspots for drinking, dining, family entertainment, and museums.
Barcelona temperatures are going up which means it’s time to cool down. Grab your abanico (Spanish hand fan) and start cooling off with Barcelona’s best things to do, eat and drink.
Jazz up your night with an evening of music on the La Pedrera rooftop Terrace, and explore one of Antoni Gaudi’s most spectacular creations in Barcelona.
Are you looking for a unique souvenir to take home with you from your trip to Barcelona? Or are you sick of seeing Zara bags whereever you go in the Catalan Capital? Go rogue with these unique and unusual shops in Barcelona.
Discover Barcelona by bike with Buena Vista Tours, and pedal around the city visiting its many landmarks and taking some great snaps. The tour is run by local guides and happens daily, leaving beside the fountain in Plaça Reial.
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 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.