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!
Trying out some water sports in Barcelona is a great way to spend time in the city and perfect for you adrenaline junkies out there. From jet skiing and surfing to sailing and flyboarding, take to the water and enjoy the Med at its best!
In the warm summer heat, there’s nowhere else that we would rather be than by the beach. If you’ve exhausted the usual beaches, read our latest blog where we share the best hidden beaches in and around Barcelona to discover.
Plan how to get around Barcelona via public transport, or get physical via bike to head to all the top sightseeing spots in the city on your next visit to the Catalan capital.
Calling all adrenaline junkies! From bungee jumping to abseiling and from water sports to quad biking, get that blood racing with one of these extreme activities in Barcelona!
Looking to explore or stay in the trendy El Born neighbourhood of Barcelona? Read our guide on the best things to see, do, visit and eat in this beautiful area.
Visiting or staying in Barcelona is accessible for all to enjoy. Read our article for advice on how to travel and enjoy the city when you have a disability.
Need ideas for the best day trips to take from Barcelona in the winter months? Read our list of our favourite days out that are no more than two hours away from Barcelona, that don’t rely on hot weather!