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.
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.
With Barcelona stepping down lockdown measures, people will soon be able to visit the Catalan Capital once again. Here are some reasons why you should travel to Barcelona after Covid-19. From beaches to outdoor activities, this city offers it all. Don’t delay, travel to Barcelona again after covid-19!
Barcelona’s iconic stadium, the Camp Nou has seen lots of success. Discover the story after leaving Camp de Les Corts. The fortunes of the team, the greats that have played on the famous pitch and the history surrounding this traditional club.
Flamenco dancing, F1, flower fairs… just three of the things you can find in Barcelona this season! Check out our top 10 spring events in Barcelona and find out what not to miss!
Barcelona´s neighbourhoods have their own customs, feel and history. Find out more about the glorious Gràcia neighbourhood and why you should go there.
Every Valentine´s day is special, especially when spending it in Barcelona. Follow this guide to make sure that you have your most memorable Valentine´s to date in our wonderful city.
Ever wondered why so many art lovers come to Barcelona? Well find out what there is to experience here, as we take you on a journey of the city´s must-see art. From Gaudí to Dalí, the city is home to the best architecture and art in Europe!