Poble Espanyol – a town within a city
Travel through Spain without leaving Poble Espanyol! This "town within a town" is a life-size model of a typical pueblo and is a great place to spend the day. Whether you are looking for the best in modern art, some Flamenco dancing, or some great shopping, Poble Espanyol has it all.
We’ve tried: Poble Espanyol – the whole of Spain in Barcelona
If you want to discover the traditional Spanish villages without going out of Barcelona, Poble Espanyol is the ideal place! This village is a synthesis of the architecture of various regions of Spain…
We’ve Tried: Night Out at La Luna
If you’re looking for a sophisticated night out, with plenty of laughs and a vibrant atmosphere, then head to La Luna bar and restaurant. Located in the charming El Born district, you will find an extensive cocktail list and brilliant tapas. Don’t forget your Oh-Barcelona.com discount!
La Luna Bar / Restaurant – great cocktails, great atmosphere
Kick off your night out in Barcelona at La Luna: a sophisticated bar/restaurant that attracts an international and well-groomed crowd with its extensive range of cocktails and food.
La Caseta de Migdia – the secret refuge of Barcelona’s population
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!
Santa María del Mar – the cathedral of the sea
The history of Santa Maria del Mar, also known as the Cathedral by the sea, and what it has represented for the city over the years.
The Picasso Museum – the artist and Barcelona
The Picasso Museum is one of Barcelona’s most visited tourist attractions. What were the links between the artist and the Catalan capital? What can you see here? Here you will find all the information...
New Non-Smoking Law In Spain
A new law which prohibits smoking in public areas will hit Spain starting this summer. The smoking ban in enclosed public places is due to start in January 2011, and will affect popular places such as bars, restaurants, nightclubs. Read more about how this new law could affect your stay in Barcelona here.
Top 5 bakeries in Barcelona
Bread talk in Barcelona is pretty crusty right now. Tourists only skimming the city’s bakeries will probably leave with a bitter taste in their mouth. Are you what the Catalans call a "Panarra", a full-fledged bread lover? We investigate and come up with the 5 top bakeries in Barcelona especially for you.
The Real Meaning of Barcelona
Barcelona is one of the most well-known tourist destinations in the world, but what does Barcelona mean for you? We look at the origin of the name 'Barcelona' and what it has meant and inspired in people throughout the years