Blog by: Lucy Peters. Barcelona has always been a tourist hotspot with more than 32 million people visiting the Spanish city every year. The city is filled with renowned tourist attractions such as the La Rambla Boulevard, the Picasso Museum, and the Gothic Quarter that, together with countless superb foodie destinations, making it one of the… Read More


Blog by: Lucy Peters. Fun Things To Do With Your Dog In Barcelona If you’ve booked a vacation to Barcelona with your dog, rest assured it’s a very dog-friendly city. In fact, you’ll see plenty of people walking their dogs through the streets at every hour of the day. Dog owners can even ride the Metro… Read More


The Insider’s Guide to Unique Attractions in Barcelona Are you planning on seeing the Sagrada Família when you’re visiting Barcelona? How about Park Güell, the Gothic Quarter, and Montserrat? These are all great attractions in Barcelona. I mean, there’s a reason so many of our tours go past here and other famous landmarks—they are significant… Read More


Whether you’re a first-time visitor to Barcelona or you’re coming back for more of its gorgeous Mediterranean vibe, you want to make every moment count. Barcelona is quirky, exotic, exuberant, and effortlessly cool… a Gothic and Modernist phenomenon begging to be explored. What’s your passion? Art, architecture, shopping, food, music? Barcelona has it all—from Gaudí’s… Read More


There are lots of ways to plan your Barcelona vacation. You could spend days reading guidebooks, checking travel reviews, and coordinating all your bookings, and if you’re lucky, you’ll get something close to your ideal trip. (Although if you go that route, you might spend as much time planning your trip as you will sightseeing… Read More


Thinking of a family trip to Barcelona this year? Barcelona is a wonderful place to discover with kids—the whole family can have an unforgettable vacation here! Check out my list of top kid-friendly activities in Barcelona (and a few insider tips to take the stress out of family vacations). Mediterranean boat trip Barcelona and the… Read More


Report by: Irina Schytcheva Radio Liberty was an American radio station built in Costa Brava in the Cold War, to broadcast anti-Communist propaganda. This media was a prop provided by the United States to strengthen the Franco’s dictatorship in Spain. Specifically designed for the CIA, The Central Intelligence Agency, a civilian foreign intelligence service of the… Read More


Hicking in Montserrat towards Sant Jeroni

Get ready for a trip can be as excited as difficult and sometimes you can miss important details to watch or take care of. What a better way to have a trip that following the advices of the local people… and if they are tourism professionals, even better. One of the indubible visits you should do… Read More


  Report by: Germana Autore Approximately 51 days after Xmas, 14 days before of the end of the shortest month of the year and a bit more than 4 months before of the Summer Solstice.. There is this day in the calendar known for many as the day of love: Valentine’s day! Originating as the… Read More