Onyar river in Girona with colourful houses and Sant Felix in the background

You can have a wonderful day just strolling around the streets of Girona. Admire the river with its colourful houses, cross every bridge, each one different and with a legend or story behind. Walk up to the oldest part of the old town, where the streets get narrow and make you travel back to the… Read More


Gaudi Augmented Reality Tour

No more queues at the Sagrada Familia, no more noise from the construction site, no more imagining what the Sagrada Família will look like when it’s finished. Buy our new Sagrada Familia Package, with this Virtual Reality Tour you can travel from the comfort of your sofa, and you will be the first to experience the… Read More


Girona and the flies of Sant Narcís

If it’s your first time to Girona, you might wonder why there are so many souvenirs that resemble flies. There are chocolates, magnets and even stickers for cars. What is it about flies that are so distinctive in Girona? There are so many stories about fearful beasts, eagles and lions that defend fortresses, the Dragon… Read More


Thunder and sudden showers are typical in Autumn

  It is not often, but when it does rain, it rains cats and dogs. It seems like the world is about to end, you hear the thunder, the sky turns dark and, from nowhere, it starts pelting with rain.   What’s the chance that it rains during your stay in Barcelona? We have over… Read More


Water sombrero to beat the heat

  Barcelona looks out into the Mediterranean and thanks to that the temperature is mild, winters are never very cold – rarely snows – and summers are hot, but not unlivable hot. Nevertheless the temperature is increasingly rising and recently we’ve had some long heat waves so, especially in July and August, take precaution!   Here are… Read More


Typical American tourist

  We’re always looking for things to do when travelling, but it is just as well to consider some things you should not do. There was a time the first thing we would have said was not to wear the Mexican hat. I’m not sure if people have learned or they have got tired of… Read More