If you think the exterior of Casa Batlló is impressive, just wait until you get inside! The interior is an architectural gem, brimming with creativity, imagination and fantasy. Avoid queuing with the crowds by buying a ticket with Ticketbar.
Travelling to Spain and want to learn a little more about the language? Our article provides interesting information about the origin, development and geographical distribution of this beautiful, Romance language. But, most importantly, we’ve put together a list of essential phrases you can try out during your trip!
Gaudí’s last residential project, La Pedrera, is one of the most photographed buildings in Barcelona. But to truly understand the uniqueness of this highly unusual house, you have to venture inside...
An integral part of Spanish culture, tapas tasting is an experience not to be missed. Here we look into the history of the tradition as well as offering you a guide to some of the most popular dishes!
Perched on the side of Montjuïc, the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (MNAC) contains 1,000 years of artistic treasure under one roof. It offers a rich tapestry of art forms and eras to satisfy the keenest art lover.
With its reputation as a party city, it's no wonder New Year’s Eve in Barcelona is one of the best nights out of the year! Barcelona has so much to offer - from street parties to beach clubs, from gala dinners and grape eating in Plaça Catalunya. Check out our guide to what's what this New Years in the cool Catalan capital!
With a Ticketbar ticket you’ll have access to five of Barcelona’s top history museums. Travel back in time and discover Barcelona’s history, maritime, archaeology, Colombian art and Egyptian museums.
These exciting tours focus on Barcelona’s most revered architect and highlight the work of Antonio Gaudi, including works ranging from La Sagrada Familia to Parc Guell. Juliá Travel can help you see the most important aspects of Barcelona in just a few hours from the comfort of an Air-conditioned bus on JULIA TRAVEL-ART TOUR.
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 Eixample Esquerra is a shopper’s paradise and is filled with edible treats and goodies, fancy art work, unique clothing, exciting home ware, interior design and so much more. Why not discover it for yourself? We almost guarantee you won’t leave empty handed. Don’t forget the credit card!