Whether you’re a first-time visitor to Barcelona or you’re coming back for more of its gorgeous Mediterranean vibe, you want to make every moment count. Barcelona is quirky, exotic, exuberant, and effortlessly cool… a Gothic and Modernist phenomenon begging to be explored. What’s your passion? Art, architecture, shopping, food, music? Barcelona has it all—from Gaudí’s… Read More


  Report by: Germana Autore Approximately 51 days after Xmas, 14 days before of the end of the shortest month of the year and a bit more than 4 months before of the Summer Solstice.. There is this day in the calendar known for many as the day of love: Valentine’s day! Originating as the… Read More


  Antoni Gaudí 101: Who, What, Where? Antoni Gaudí is one of the world’s most famous architects, and most of his work is found here in Barcelona. His work doesn’t only attract architecture lovers but is a must-see for many travelers to Barcelona. To help you discover his Barcelona, here’s our Antoni Gaudí 101 crash… Read More


We’re right now during the Christmas holiday in Spain. Yes, you listened well because for us the time of gifts is not over yet. For others countries, everything finishes on 25th December because during the night of December 24th, Santa Claus brings gifts to children as the most awaited moment of the Chritsmas. However, according to… Read More


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


One of the beaches you can enjoy in Catalonia, Calella beach

Barcelona is famous for its marvelous art and impressive architecture, and many travelers happily travel to Barcelona to see it. But some travelers simply aren’t interested in art and architecture and don’t want to stand around looking at century-old paintings and buildings. For those travelers, I’m happy to say that there is a lot more to see… 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