La Roca Village, ideally located just outside Barcelona, is a chic shopping outlet unique to the area. It offers you an unparalleled selection of local and international boutiques all located in the same boulevard, allowing you to peruse at your pleasure. If that’s not enough there are even restaurants, cafés, a children’s park and a personal shopper service! Don’t miss out on this great opportunity, not to mention a great day out!
Architecture and design junkies rejoice! Whatever your taste, from Antonio Gaudi to Zaha Hadid, Artchitectours have the perfect guided tours of the best Barcelona has to offer.
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.
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…
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.
Within easy reach of Barcelona, Montserrat, the mountain at the heart of Catalonia, offers an excellent day trip from the city. A visit to Montserrat monastery and a walk among its steep crags is an unforgettable experience.
In the ‘CosmoCaixa‘, you can experiment with physics, delve into the Amazonian rainforest, witness the Big Bang in the planetarium and much more. This is arguably Barcelona's coolest museum and is a perfect day out for all the family. Read our article to find out more information.
When the sun sets, the party starts in Eixample Esquerra; a lively neighbourhood with a great selection of bars and clubs for all tastes. Cheap beer, expensive champagne, the fruitiest cocktails and dancefloors of all shapes and sizes can be found right here. So whatever it is you are looking for, you may well find it in our selection.
Following the death of Antoni Tàpies in February 2012 Barcelona went into mourning for one of its greatest artists. We look at the reasons behind the popularity of this ground-breaking painter at a retrospective exhibition of his work in his hometown.
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.