When visiting Catalonia, Sitges is well worth a visit. Steeped in history, this glamourous town has so much to offer, from beautiful beaches to zombie film festivals! Sitges is so easy to get to - just 40 minutes by train from Barcelona's city centre - and offers a good all-round option for a day trip from Barcelona.
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...
Are you coming to Barcelona but flying into Reus? Here is your guide to transport from Reus airport to Barcelona city centre, and other destinations on the Costa Dorada such as Tarragona and Salou. We will give you information on how to get to these destinations by bus, taxi or train.
Barcelona is blessed with good weather all year round, so it's the perfect place to pack up a hamper and have a picnic outdoors. We show you five of our favourite spots around the city to enjoy a packed lunch with friends.
Step back from the Costa Brava coastline to wander through Girona. Discover the mix of influences that has shaped this beautiful and historic city and explore the impressive attractions before relaxing by the river with drink or enjoying tapas in one of the squares.
Summer's just round the corner and it's time to dust down that beach towel! If you fancy getting away for a day, Barcelona offers loads of options - from the Costa Brava in the north to the Costa Dorada in the south. Spoiled for choice? We talk you through some of our favourite beach spots, all within easy reach by train from Barcelona. Mediterranean sun here we come...
Just one hour on the train from Barcelona, Tarragona sits invitingly on the Costa Dorada, and makes for a convenient day trip from the Catalan capital. An ideal destination for history buffs and sunseekers alike, the city is worth taking the time to visit if you find you're at a loose end in Barcelona.