Catalonia and good food go hand in hand! If you want to eat like a local, or simply learn more about the regional specialities available on your travels, let us introduce you to our Guide to Typical Christmas Dishes in Catalonia.
From twinkling lights to hand-made gifts, and from Catalan customs to traditional carols, don’t miss the Fira de Santa Llúcia in Barcelona, named one of the top ten Christmas markets in Europe!
Barcelona in December is one of the most desired spots for people around the world. The combination of mild winter, amazing events and fewer tourists are just some of the reasons why December is a great time to visit this amazing city.
In Barcelona there are plenty of haunted locations to check out. From abandoned towers to haunted theatres, the Catalan Capital has it all. Discover our top 5 recommendations for spooky places to visit, below!
Swap your candy for chestnuts this Halloween as the Castanyada celebrations in Barcelona give you a different take on how to enjoy this age-old Pagan holiday. Don’t worry if you’ve already picked out your favorite costumes, there’s plenty of Jack-o-lantern celebrations to sink your fangs into as well!
El Raval is, by many accounts, the cultural hub of Barcelona. With a multitude of trendy restaurants available to satisfy every need, this neighbourhood is not one to miss on your foodie adventure through Barcelona. This guide to the Best Food in Barcelona will take you through the spots you should not miss, from healthy brunch options on the Flax and Kale rooftop to an experimental japanese dinner at Dos Palillos.
October is a fabulous time to visit Barcelona. With the intense heat of the summer having passed, and swarms of tourists having departed, the city is free to explore. Check out our top 6 recommendations on what to get up to on your visit!
In Barcelona there are more vegan and vegetarian restaurants popping up all over the city, there are a load of quirky and cool places to check out.