If the rush of Barcelona city gets to be too much or you’re ready to venture out and see more of what Spain has to offer, it may be time to take a day trip and experience one of the beautiful neighbouring areas.
The Barcelona Grec Festival kicks off on July 1st, 2019. Find out what’s new this year at this month-long stage arts festival offering the very best international acts in the fields of theatre, dance, music and even the circus!
Rock, hip-hop, jazz, electro and pop all come together for Barcelona’s most varied music festival: Cruïlla 2019. Don’t miss this mash-up of music genres with acts such as The Black Eyed Peas, Bastille, Foals, and more…
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.
On the night of June 23rd, the city skies of Barcelona come alive in one of the most anticipated summer celebrations: the Festival of Sant Joan. Considered the official kick-off to summer, fireworks, bonfires and all night fiestas fill the beaches of Barcelona in honor of Saint John. Read on as we discuss this memorable night out!
This week, you have a date with architecture. Discover the best of Barcelona’s architecture with Architecture Week, a free event that sees many of the city’s oldest and most emblematic landmarks opened up to the public.
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.
Don’t just save going to the cinema for a rainy day. See the latest blockbusters and best art house classics in our favourite cinema picks in Barcelona.