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!
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.
Barcelona’s main attraction, Sagrada Familia, built by Antoni Gaudí, has thousands of visitors every day. From exterior to interior, this basilica is home to amazing works of art, fantastic architectural design and wonderful sculptures. Find out more in this article and jump the queue to get to know the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona
Just a short distance from Barcelona is the wonderful seaside town of Badalona, with beaches, history and interesting places to visit, see how to discover Badalona in a day.
Summer in the city is the perfect time to have a picnic. Discover our favourite parks and places to dine al fresco in Barcelona. Don’t forget the bread and garlic mayonaise!
On August 15th, Barcelona becomes a vibrant display of colour as the much anticipated Festa Major de Gràcia kicks off! Considered to be one of the biggest street parties of the year, this event sees the neighbourhood of Gràcia come to life with home-made decorations, free concerts and much more.
As you already may know, Barcelona is a city that constantly has something going on. From rooftop terrace parties to top music festivals, check out our guide to partying this summer in Barcelona!