Tapas at the Blai street in Barcelona

I’m always curious to hear what people think of when they think of Barcelona—especially if they’ve never visited the city before. Often, it’s art, Antoni Gaudí’s architecture, and tapas. While everybody knows that tapas are small aperitives, there’s little else about tapas that’s common knowledge. I wanted to share five facts about tapas, so you’re… Read More


Tourist in Barcelona

I think we can agree that Barcelona is an astonishing city. The architecture, the food, the events—it wouldn’t be hard to spend months in Barcelona without doing the same thing twice. But if you’re here for more days, or for your second (third, fourth…) visit, there’s a big chance that you’re interested in some day… Read More


The Emperator looking at the worm

Report by: Eva Barajas Are you ready to discover the best kept secret in history with us? Legend has it that the Yellow Emperor, Huang Ti, entrusted his wife, Lady Xi Lingshi, with the task of discovering why the mulberry leaves in her garden disappeared mysteriously until the plant died. The Empress began to observe… Read More


Barcelona is an excellent destination for a city break. There are millions of visitors who plan a getaway to the city. But for some reason, most of these tourists only plan a 3-day trip and not much longer. And that’s unfair for both the city and themselves because there’s so much they’re missing out on! That’s why… Read More


Vineyards in the Penedes area in Autumn

  When you’re daydreaming about visiting Spain, I bet you see yourself in sunglasses, sipping sangria, and strolling along the boulevard in shorts and flip-flops. Am I right? Why should you visit Spain in fall? While summer is absolutely great in Spain, there are various reasons why fall is also pretty amazing. First of all, it rains a lot… Read More


Blog by: Lucy Peters. Golf first came to Barcelona in 1914, and since then has become a premier golfing destination. Nowhere else in the world can you find such incredibly-maintained courses, on the Iberian Peninsula, overlooking the azure Mediterranean ocean. It doesn’t matter if you’re a seasoned professional, or an amateur on holiday, you can’t… Read More


Report by: Lucy Peters. Creamy, light, and refreshing, there’s no better way to cool down on a hot Barcelona day than with yogurt. This city has a rich history where yogurt’s concerned — the first industrialized production of yogurt occurred here in 1919 when Isaac Carasso founded his now famous company, “Danone”. Today, you’ll find many yogurterias around the… Read More


Visitors enjoying on the boat

Report by Lucy Peters. “The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever”– once said the legendary French seaman Jacques Yves Cousteau. Sailing onboard Goleta Karya in Barcelona and taking in breathtaking views of the city’s blue side, one is reinforced with the same feelings of wonder sailing across the Mediterranean… Read More


View of Tarragona

When you arrive in Barcelona, you undoubtedly have the notion that you’ll never want to leave. While the beauty of its architecture and the culinary arts will entrance you, there are several areas outside of the city that will leave you in awe. Here is a list of our top destinations outside the metropolitan area… Read More