The Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site. A lesser-known architectural jewel

The Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site, built in Barcelona between 1905 and 1930, was originally designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner as a garden city for the sick. After serving as a public hospital for a century, its renovated pavilions are back in their full splendor. It takes about one hour to visit, stroll around the gardens and enjoy the [...]

October 2nd, 2023|

What to see in Barcelona in a single day?

Barcelona is a cosmopolitan Mediterranean city, which attracts millions of tourists from all over the world, in summer, autumn, and spring, for its architecture, its sunshine, its vibrant life, and because it has so many interesting sites to visit. Here is a list of some of the most popular places to visit in Barcelona in a single day: 1º Sagrada [...]

August 16th, 2023|

La Boqueria, a Food Lover’s Paradise on Las Ramblas : 4 Reasons to Visit

La Boqueria, sometimes referred to as the "Las Ramblas Market," is a vibrant and historic food market on Barcelona's Las Ramblas Avenue. As Barcelona's biggest food market, La Boqueria has become popular among locals and tourists alike. If you consider yourself a foodie, here are five reasons why a visit to La Boqueria should be at the top of your [...]

August 3rd, 2023|

Barcelona in 3 Days: An Itinerary for exploring the city’s top attractions, tasty tapas, and vibrant nightlife.

Barcelona offers endless experiences for visitors. Here, art, architecture, and gastronomy intertwine, making it a very popular travel destination in Europe. If you’re only visiting for a few days, it's crucial to plan your itinerary to make the most of every moment. In this blog post, we’ve created a 3-day itinerary that covers the best things to do in Barcelona. [...]

July 20th, 2023|

A Guide to the Gothic Quarter in Barcelona

At the heart of Barcelona, the Gothic Quarter is a captivating neighbourhood with medieval architecture that transports you back in time. With its winding streets, stunning buildings, and vibrant atmosphere, this district offers a delightful mix of history and culture. Join us as we explore the beautiful Gothic Quarter and uncover its treasures. Catedral de Barcelona A gargoyle in [...]

July 6th, 2023|

7 Best Things to Do in Barcelona: Your Ultimate Guide to the City

Barcelona has it all, from Gaudí’s Sagrada Família to the lively streets and tasty Spanish tapas. With so many options, planning an itinerary can be overwhelming. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Let’s jump in and explore the 7 best things to do in Barcelona. Whether you’re a foodie, a history nerd, or simply looking to immerse yourself in [...]

June 21st, 2023|

Park Güell: things you didn’t know about Barcelona’s most scenic spot

You surely heard a lot of stories about Antoni Gaudi's Park Güell. As you may know, it's one of Barcelona's most scenic spots of them all. Located in the Gracia district, it is divided into two zones: the monumental zone, a World Heritage Site, and the adjacent forest zone. You definitely mustn't miss spaces such as the Pórtico de la [...]

March 21st, 2022|

Barcelona Vermouth guide: best bars in town to feel like a local

Some people prefer beer, others mixed drinks... The truth is that vermouth has lovers all around the world and we can imagine why. Maybe because of it's flavour or maybe because it is the best excuse to hang out in a terrace with friends, enjoying life and tasting tapas. In Barcelona you can find a lot of places where you [...]

March 17th, 2022|

New viewpoint in Barcelona: visit the best urban observatory

Whenever you want to see the best views of Barcelona, I bet you think of some places you've probably already been. This can be a little bit boring. But from now on, the city is going to offer a new viewpoint. One you can't miss. Something totally different from Tibidabo, Montjuïc o the Carmel Bunkers. Why? because you'll enjoy a 360-degree [...]

March 1st, 2022|