Barcelona original view

Report by Lucy Peters. Famed for its colorful and buzzing neighborhoods and tiny streets of the Gothic Quarter, Barcelona may seem like it is off limits and too daunting for travelers with limited mobility. On the contrary, Barcelona is an ideal city for those who have access requirements. The legacy of hosting the Olympic Games… Read More


Carnival in Barcelona

Hi, I’m Sa Majestat el Rei Carnestoltes (His Majesty the King Carnival) and I am addicted to fun, madness and love breaking conventional social rules. I heard rumors about a woman who doesn’t agree with my lifestyle. She is La Vella Quaresma (the Old Lady Lent). She will be here in seven days, so let’s make… Read More


Paral·lel Avenue, 1894-1939

  Staging a production as abundant as surprising, this exhibition explains why a new entertainment area emerged in the city, leading the weight of the theatrical performances in Barcelona over 40 years. El Paral·lel emerges from the project to extend the city designed by Ildefons Cerdà. Once opened in 1894, this avenue was a leisure… Read More