Nightlife in the Gótico – where it all began

El Gotico is a hot spot in Barcelona for nightlife and you may be spoilt for choice. To make things that bit easier for you, we have prepared a selection of our favourite bars and clubs in the Gothic Quarter. Whether you want to dance until the early hours or have a simple drink after work, Gotico has it all.
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From journalist to soldier, what brought George Orwell to Barcelona?

Barcelona today is miles away from the civil war of 1936, we look back at George Orwells' Homage to Catalonia, on his time spent in the city during the Civil War between communists, socialists and Franco's fascist regime.

Joan Miró in Barcelona: The Spanish Master of Surrealism

The city of Barcelona was influenced by a great many artists, including the famous artworks of Joan Miró, one of the Spanish masters of surrealism. In fact, thousands of people walk over one of Miro's works in Barcelona every day without even realising it. Read on to find out more about this great artist.

We’ve Tried: A Cocktail or Two at La Fianna

If you are on the hunt for a special place in an atmospheric part of town with a nice mix of people, La Fianna is the perfect place to enjoy a large array of cocktails and tapas…

The Sagrada Família – Gaudí’s last work

The Sagrada Familia is the emblem of Barcelona and arguably Gaudí’s most breathtaking creation. Under construction for more than 120 years, it attracts almost 3 million visitors a year and no trip to the Catalonian capital is complete without seeing it for yourself. Read on for more about what you can expect to see.
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A shopper’s guide to Barcelona

Barcelona has a huge amount of choice when it comes to shopping so whatever your age, style or budget, you won’t have any problem finding something for you. Take a look at our guide so you can spend less time looking for the shops and more time in them!
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Barcelona – capital of Catalonia

Many people who visit Barcelona arrive thinking they're in for an authentically Spanish experience. But the city also has a very distinct role as the capital of Catalonia - a proud region with a separate history and culture all of its own. Learn how Barcelona differs from other parts of Spain, and what to expect on your stay in the Catalan capital.

La Fianna Bar/Restaurant – cocktails and cosmopolitan cuisine

Resolve the “where to go on a Friday night” dilemma. Head to La Fianna with its extensive cocktail list and global menu. There is something to suit everyone at this bar/restaurant, with a wide array of dishes served within a beautiful, gothic building. Save 10% on cocktails with Oh-Barcelona.

Night of Museums 2011

On May 14th Night of the Museum is celebrated throughout Europe, a unique event, when 2000 museums open their doors for free in 40 cities around the world! Barcelona, has much to offer for this event; in this article we have gathered all the information for you to enjoy this magical evening!

Barcelona’s best Cava venues

One of the region's best exports, a drop of Cava is a must for anyone wanting to experience all that Catalonia has to offer. Here we offer a guide to the best bars and tours of this sparkling sensation.