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…
Barcelona in winter is a fantastic city to visit. With its delicious foods and sweet treats, endless shopping opportunities, events, concerts and beautiful architecture, Barcelona is a great place to explore and is sure to brighten up your winter. Check out our guide for some winter highlights.
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Incredible architecture, beautiful fountains, dazzling colours, spectacular views, interesting museums – Gaudi’s Park Guëll has it all. It's a real gem in the centre of Barcelona and perfect for a more relaxed day out. Find out what you can expect to find when you visit this architectural triumph.
Looking for information on Barcelona trains? We have produced an article to help you find information about transport in Barcelona and its surrounding towns & villages using the local train systems. Read on to find everything you need to know about train networks, ticket prices and timetables.
There are many iconic places in Barcelona, but we could distinguish two kinds - the unique tourist attractions such as the singular Sagrada Familia, and other more secretive places that have a history and...
Barcelona is home to one of the best football teams in the world and unsurprisingly it's not only Camp Nou that's packed to the rafters when they play - it's also the city's bars and pubs. Cheer along with the locals, grab a hamburger or watch your local team from home - whatever you fancy, check out our guide to the best bars in town.
You have three days to discover the best that Barcelona has to offer. This guide will take you, step by step, from one unmissable stop to the next. Discover the city's old town on day one.