Flowers and candles after terrorist attack in Ramblas

“Ramblejar” as we say in Catalonia, or what is the same, walk along La Rambla of Barcelona, ​​is very common and appetizing on summer evenings when the sun gives a truce and temperatures drop. This iconic boulevard has become the obligated stop of millions of tourists who daily visit the city. It was originally a passage of water… Read More


Concentration againts the terrorist attacks in Plaza Catalunya

After the terrorist attacks of yesterday, August 17 of 2017, in Catalonia, Barcelona Guide Bureau wants to show his firm condemnation to these inhuman acts. A van ran over to dozens of people in La Rambla of Barcelona in a terrible act assumed by the ISIS. There are at least 14 dead and a hundred wounded.… Read More


Accessible pedestrian crossing. PHOTO: Turisme de Barcelona

Accesible Barcelona: Is the city well adapted for wheelchair users? Do musems in the city welcome blind and partially sighted persons? Are the beaches accessible for people with reduced mobility? We know that every traveller has different needs, especially if you are a wheelchair user or you have any sort of disability. Let us explain in this… Read More


plaça-vila-de-gracia

Gràcia has always fascinated both the locals and the tourists. There are some of the city’s most appreciated folkloric festivities, theaters, restaurants and squares. However it is more than a neighbourhood: to the true graciencs Gràcia is still not Barcelona. This belief has kept the original village allure of this precious area. It all started five… Read More