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.
Explore Port Vell, once an obsolete harbour, and now one of Barcelona’s biggest hotspots for drinking, dining, family entertainment, and museums.
Barcelona is a city known for its amazing architecture, many buildings designed in the style of modernism which was influenced by the Catalan modernisme movement in the late 19th century. Discover some of the most spectacular modernist landmarks with the Barcelona Modernist Route.
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.
Culture vultures listen up! Enjoy a special night when many museums open their doors all night to provide a unique opportunity for visitors to explore the many exhibitions Barcelona has to offer.
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!
One may intend on visiting the cultural capital of Europe, Barcelona, this spring, to marvel at the grand architecture and centuries of history on display, but be sure to delight your palette with its Catalan cuisine, too. The city is an oyster of mouthwatering delicacies…dig in!