Las Ramblas is on most people’s to-do list when visiting Barcelona. Once you have seen it, does it then become something you never want to visit again? This article explores some of the worst things about Las Ramblas.
Are you in Barcelona? Then a visit to the Ramblas is an essential part of any travel itinerary. Find out the top 10 things to see along this infamous walkway, including the human statues, famous squares and fascinating museums.
The ´Casa de Migdia’ is a secret chiringuito for Barcelona’s residents. Here you can spend relaxing evenings far from the frenzy of the Catalan capital. Be advised that there is no special treatment for tourists!
The results are in! After careful deliberation, we have selected our personal favourites from the fantastic selection of Barcelona photos taken by our facebook fans. A great job everyone! We are always happy to see others enjoying the city that we love so much.
The Ciutadella Park is the ideal place to spend a relaxed afternoon in Barcelona, with stunning greenery and water features. With such a friendly atmosphere, the park attracts people from all walks of life to relax amongst the trees and there is always a multitude of events and attractions within the park itself.
Perfect for art enthusiasts and amateurs alike, the Fundació Joan Miró is an extraordinary art gallery containing the most extensive collection of work by the world-famous artist. This is all set in a carefully designed building, in the scenic hills of Montjuïc, overlooking Barcelona.
Palau de la Musica is a palace for music, an architectural “garden” filled with flowers, trees and nature. Discover its rich history, cultural importance, the reasons behind such a building and find out why visiting this unique and magnificent building is a must do when in Barcelona.
Up on the hill of Montjuïc, sits an 18th-century castle overlooking Barcelona. Take in the views of the city and then stroll around this historic fortress which now hosts some of the city’s main calendar events.
Throughout the world paella is known as a definitively Spanish dish, yet in different regions of Spain you'll find countless variations, not least in Catalonia. Find out where to get the best paella in Barcelona, and see how local chefs have made this classic Valencian dish their own.
For such a small square, this Plaza Reial certainly has a lot going on. With bars, clubs, markets, live music and fantastic architecture there is something for all. Why not sit in one of its many eateries and watch the world go by. This article provides all that you need to know about this unique square in Barcelona.