Barcelona may be best known for its amazing architecure and rich history, but during the summer months, the city turns into a playground for music lovers from all corners of the world, who make their way to the most anticipated summer event.
For an unforgettable aquatic experience, be sure to visit the Barcelona Aquarium! Home to an 80-meter underwater tunnel and thousands of water creatures from more than 450 different species, visitors will enjoy unparalleled insights into the sea life of the Mediterranean. Read on for more information on this once-in-a-lifetime adventure…only in Barcelona!
The beautiful ‘barrio’ of El Born may be renowned for its astonishing architecture and quirky boutiques, but the restaurants in this neighborhood are also not to be missed! From eateries specializing in Vegan delights, to traditional tapas, to some of the finest seafood in the city, El Born has it all! Here we give you our top three places to dine in this old town of Barcelona…
Barcelona is host to some of the most distinctive and unique neighborhoods around. One of these is El Born. A ‘barrio’ that is home to some of the most revered Gothic architecture, fascinating museums and awe inspiring designs is a must for any visitor to the Catalan capital. Read on for 3 of our favorite places you can’t miss when in the Old Town of Barcelona.
Although the neighborhood of El Born may be part of Barcelona’s Old Town, not all of the stores to be found in its quaint, labyrinthine streets reflect its historical status. From quirky boutiques featuring up-and-coming designers to unique souvenir shops, the barrio of El Born has something for everyone. Check out our top places to shop in this cool barrio of Barcelona.
Making your way to Barcelona, but find yourself uncertain of which area best suits your vacation needs? Check out five of our recommendations of the best locations, guaranteed to leave you with an unforgettable experience.
A trip to the Catalan Capital would not be complete without a visit to some of the best places for chocolate in Barcelona! The Chocolate Museum offers a look at the history and the process of making a tiny cocoa bean into a delicious dessert! Stroll down Carrer de Petritxol, a street famous for its confectioneries, and make time for traditional chocolate con churros! Your sweet tooth will be satisfied…
Want to try some of the best tapas in Barcelona? Follow our guide to the top bars in the Catalan capital offering these Spanish delicacies! From ‘patatas bravas’ to anchovies, to tomato bread, take a look at some of these fantastic eateries in Barcelona and get your taste buds tingling… iBuen provecho!