There is a culture which exists in Spain which in Britain only receives minor attention in comparison. That is the culture of market shopping. And all around the city in Barcelona there are markets filled with locals doing their shopping. Read on to find out more about markets in Barcelona.
A small but fascinating corner of Barcelona, San Felipe Neri square holds the key to many great tales and secrets of the Spanish Civil War. Full of history and cultural significance that resonates even today, this plaza is well worth a visit if you find yourself in the Catalonian capital.
If you're dying to see the latest blockbusters at one of Barcelona's many cinemas, but don't speak the local lingo, our guide will give you all the information you need to find an English cinema. Our comprehensive list includes prices, directions and websites for each Barcelona cinema showing English language films.
Are you a football fan? Then a stay in Barcelona is not complete without visiting the legendary Camp Nou stadium! Excellent tours are available which take you from the dressing rooms to the club’s museum. The home stadium of Barcelona Football Club, has been host to some of the greatest stars in football and has an incredible atmosphere.
The Modernist Trail offers you an itinerary, allowing you to witness the master works of Modernist architecture which make up the splendour of Barcelona. If you wish to know more about this route, this article is for you…
Are you looking for an authentic flamenco show in Barcelona? Well now you can visit El Tablao de Carmen! No don’t have to travel to the south to enjoy this Andulusian spectacle with professional dancers…
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.
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.
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.
Juanma García Escobar is an illustrator and winner of the prestigious ‘La Rosa de la Vanguardia’ competition for this year. In our interview, we get a little closer and find out more about this passionate artist and illustrator of Barcelona. He also revelas why he thinks this is the perfect city for creative people.