meilleures plages barcelone

For those who want to spend a vacation in the sun of Barcelona, here are the best beaches in Barcelona where you can relax and spend your free time hiking. We will also talk about the rules to follow on the beach. By following them, nothing can spoil your stayRead More →

quartier gracia barcelona

Today, it is one of the most interesting neighborhoods in Barcelona. Gràcia was once a completely separate city. It is considered one of the trendiest neighborhoods in the Catalan capital. It has managed to keep its independent character and is now famous for its very active artistic community. Famous pubs,Read More →

parc montjuic

Montjuïc is the hill next to Barcelona. From the hill you have a beautiful view of the city! The 180 meter high mountain, in the middle of the city, offers attractions for those who love art, sports, nature and history. Of course, you can also take a walk in theRead More →

eixample barcelona

The Eixample is a large district of Barcelona located north of Plaça Catalunya, stretching along both sides of the main street Passeig de Grácia. The word eixample means “extension” in Catalan. The district received its name because of its history of origin as a newer part of the city, whichRead More →

La Rambla Barcelone

Six different streets juxtaposed, La Rambla (also known as Las Ramblas) is a tree-lined pedestrian boulevard filled with musicians, living statues, mimes, painters, entertainers, artists and travelling salesmen who sell everything from lottery tickets to jewellery. Rambla Canaletes Football fans may be familiar with this part of the Rambla. AtRead More →

Going to the beach and eating a delicious paella at la Barceloneta is something you can’t help but do when you visit this pleasant area of Barcelona. La Barceloneta is one of the most traditional and charming areas of Barcelona. Formed by narrow streets, it has become a humble fishingRead More →

Placa de catalunya

The Plaça de Catalunya is one of the largest and busiest squares in Barcelona. With an area of approximately 50,000 m2, the square is the second largest in Spain. The square is the starting point of the famous La Rambla street and is therefore very central in the city. AlthoughRead More →


Every day, hundreds of tourists invade the Boqueria market in search of the colours, tastes and smells of one of Barcelona’s must-see tourist attractions. Contrary to what many people think, this is not a central market but the market in the Raval district. In Barcelona every district has a market,Read More →

parc guell

Entrance to the park is free, only Gaudí’s house “la Torre Rosa” is not free of charge. Eusebi Guell bought a large farm in the “Muntaya Pelada”, in Gracia. He wants to build a garden city, the works are ordered to Antonio Gaudí.Parc Guell was born from the merger ofRead More →

barri gotic

The Barri Gotic has, as one can guess by its name, a large number of medieval Gothic buildings. The Gothic Quarter of Barcelona is a unique historical site and offers visitors a magnificent combination of perfectly preserved medieval buildings and a lively commercial activity. A stone’s throw from La Rambla,Read More →