Travel through Spain without leaving Poble Espanyol! This "town within a town" is a life-size model of a typical pueblo and is a great place to spend the day. Whether you are looking for the best in modern art, some Flamenco dancing, or some great shopping, Poble Espanyol has it all.
Barcelona is a hectic city, whether you live here or you’ve come to spend a few days. It’s always full of tourists, noisy and...
Nothing will let you feel like you're on holiday more than a massage, manicure or any other relaxing treatment from Barcelona's Chi Spa!
The elegant Passeig de Gràcia once again plays home to the biggest promotional event of the festive calendar - Barcelona Shopping Night 2013. With over 100 businesses opening their doors from 8pm till one o'clock in the morning, 28 November this year is a date for your diary. Let the shopping commence!
Barcelona is home to one of the best football teams in the world and unsurprisingly it's not only Camp Nou that's packed to the rafters when they play - it's also the city's bars and pubs. Cheer along with the locals, grab a hamburger or watch your local team from home - whatever you fancy, check out our guide to the best bars in town.
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!
Sala Montjuic provides the perfect retreat for a tranquil and relaxing summer evening in Barcelona. This open air cinema at the top of Montjuïc hill displays a selection of world-class films as well as an array of other entertainment, drawing people up from the city lights below.
A must-see on Barcelona's Modernista trail, Gaudí's Casa Batlló inspires many an ooh and ah from appreciative visitors on the glamorous Passeig de Gràcia. Find out what lies in store on a tour behind its famous façade.
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.
Up on the hill of Montjuïc, sits an 18th-century castle overlooking Barcelona. Take in the views of the city and then stroll around this historic fortress which now hosts some of the city’s main calendar events.