After 8 pm discover another Barcelona

Barcelona by night can be as interesting as by day. So after a busy morning visiting the Sagrada Familia or the Picasso Museum, save some energy and pick one of the 5 proposals we offer you. But remember that when we Barcelonian’s talk about night we really mean night. Bars & restaurants are busiest around 10pm… Read More


Picasso Museum & Gothic Quarter Walking Tour - Els 4 gats

Get the most of Barcelona in one day with only five steps Barcelona’s pleasant weather makes it suitable to visit the city throughout the year. Here are some suggestions to make your stay unforgettable. 1. Start the day with Picasso and the hidden treasures of the Gothic Quarter Follow the footsteps of Pablo Picasso in Barcelona. Travel… Read More


Palau de la Musica

Modernisme is a cultural movement that started in Europe in the nineteenth century. In other countries it was known as Art Nouveau, Jugendstil, Stile Floreale, etc.  It was based in nature, curved lines and asymmetry, created as a reaction to bourgeois conservatism. Catalan Modernisme was also a political and cultural movement that sought to transform… Read More


Codorníu cellars was founded in 1551

Codorníu is a Catalan company that has been producing wine since the 16th century. Founded in 1551 it is the oldest family company in Spain and one of the 20 world’s oldest companies. The first company in Spain to make Cava was Codorníu in 1872. Cava is made following the “Méthode Champenoise”: it is sparkling… Read More


Castellers - Human towers

  Castells – Human Towers Castells (castles) are the towers that the Castellers build in town squares using their own bodies. All kind of people take part in a Castell, regardless of age or size. Castellers form colles, which are associations of people who train and prepare the castells together. Each Castell is made up… Read More