Empanadas are a hit not only in its Spanish birthplace, but across the globe in Latin and South America too! It’s not hard to see why when you head to our top recommendations across Barcelona to give them a try. Read on to find out our top locations for to get your empanada fix!
One of the most popular neighbourhoods in Barcelona for holidaymakers is Poblenou, being near the beach and having its own laid-back character. Come find out why with this is the ideal place to stay in Barcelona with the AB blog.
Barcelona’s beach bars, or chiringuitos, have evolved into more sophisticated spots to relax with a cocktail and some traditional tapas whilst watching the sunset over the Mediterranean. Here we give you a few of our favourites!
From walking tours, to museum visits, the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona is simply magical. Come and explore 10 activities you can get up to here on your next trip to the city. We’ll take it from here and show you the sights you can look forward to seeing!
El Born used to be home to a market hall that traded goods within the community of Barcelona. Time passed and the market would become unused and excavation years later unearthed a historic discovery. Learn about El Born Cultural Centre, a place of importance to the Capital of Catalonia
One of the worst things about not being able to visit Barcelona is missing out on its great food. The next best thing is cooking these wonderful Catalan dishes from your home!