Sagrada Familia

The Sagrada Familia is the masterpiece of the architect, Antonio Gaudí, (in Catalan the building is called Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família). This architectural beauty that you can’t miss if you visit Barcelona belongs to the Catalan modernisme but combines others styles from different ages. This is because despite starting in 1882, it’s still… Read More


Picasso studio

Seven interesting facts of his early years and corners in the city where you can know him better There is no doubt that Pablo Ruiz Picasso (Málaga, Spain, 1881-Mougins, France, 1973) is one the most known artist of all time. His prolific creativity and unlimited talent have left some of the most admirable art pieces in… Read More


La Casa de la Seda

Have you ever noticed these particular facades in the historical center of Barcelona? There are plenty, sometimes along main streets, sometimes hidden in smaller ones or either places. Created to embellish particular facades of buildings in the 19th century, sgraffito is an artistic technique which consists in applying layers on a wall with 2 different colors of sand to create… Read More


Cups at Camp Nou

Time is ticking – soon Camp Nou stadium will have a dramatic transformation so, if you want to see FC Barcelona just as it is right now, where great part of its history and victories have happened, now is the time to visit Barça’s stadium.   Even if you are not a sports enthusiast, you’ve heard… Read More


Starting at 9 am our Gaudí Tour with a licensed guide, without lines and the comfort of a bus, is perhaps the best way to know Barcelona’s most impressive monuments. I was invited by Barcelona Guide Bureau to join the Gaudí Tour and I was so impressed! As a local, one does not do that sort of things. Living in… Read More