If you’re tired of lugging your suitcases all over the city on your last day, you’ll be pleased to know that there are several luggage lockers where you can stash your bags. These include handy spots such as El Prat airport, Sants train station and the Gothic Quarter.
The story of a Sunday in Port Aventura, Barcelona’s theme park, spent with friends on the hunt for some real thrills and spills. A different way to spend the day in company whilst in the Catalan capital...
A visit to Barcelona zoo will always be a popular trip for all of the family. Situated close to the city centre, swing by and say hi to the monkeys, dolphins and flamingos as well as hundreds of other animals.
With an Olympic stadium, castle and several museums, Montjuïc is a hill worth climbing – but don't tire yourself out before you even get there! Catch the Montjuïc cable car and glide all the way to the top.
Designed by Lluis Domenech i Montaner, the series of buildings that made up this complex are considered some of his best work. A functioning hospital until 2009, it has attracted many visitors purely because of the splendor of its Modernista architecture.
Discover El Born – a fantastic, sophisticated area to spend the day in Barcelona. With everything from quaint tapas bars to avant-garde museums and ancient churches, there is something for everyone in El Borne. Read on for the perfect walk around the district, incorporating the best sights and attractions.
They might have a strange name but Barcelona's 'chiringuitos' are an ever-popular feature on the city's beach scene. Whether you're after a sunny spot to relax or somewhere a-buzz with nightlife, read our rundown of top sites by the sea.
Barcelona is a common transit point for anyone wanting to travel to visit the amazing beaches, see the sights, enjoy the nightlife or just escape for a weekend to the exotic islands of Ibiza, Menorca, Majorca or Formentera for a holiday to put your feet up and let your hair down…
It’s what we’ve been waiting for all year round…summer has finally arrived in Barcelona! Beaches, festivals, nightclubs and more...here are a few of the best bits the city has to offer during the summer season.
History, nature, music, great views – Montserrat has it all. Visit this UNESCO world heritage site and discover why it attracts 3.2 million visitors each year. On this tour, after a drive through the picturesque villages you will make your way up the mountain. Which is 1235 metres from the ground.