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Report by Lucy Peters. Barcelona is one of the most visited cities in the world, having welcomed over 9 million visitors to the city in 2019. Recent sightings of drones by pilots caused the temporary closure of Madrid’s Barajas Airport has lead to concerns about air safety in general in Spain. On land, awareness of personal safety is equally… Read More


How to celebrate Christmas & New Year’s Eve in Barcelona as a local? Barcelona’s holiday season is magical. The city is filled with decorated Christmas trees, nativity scenes, Christmas markets, and other rich traditions that bring the season to life.  Us Catalans have some of our own traditions that you won’t find anywhere else. When… Read More


Before heading to any new destination, it can be useful to know what to expect to avoid surprises down the road. Here are 5 things you should know before you visit Barcelona. Catalan is not Spanish To the unfamiliar ear, they may sound the same, but Catalan and Spanish are not the same languages. Most… Read More


What You Need to Know About Food in Barcelona? When you think about your trip to Barcelona, what are you most excited about? I can imagine it’s Gaudí’s architecture. Or the beach, the summer temperatures, quality time with your loved ones, the tours you’ve booked… But I bet you also think of the Catalan cuisine…… Read More


Report by: Esme Fox When visiting a city we always think about what we are going to see, what tours we are going to book, where we are going to stay… but one of the things we do not think about and that is very important is the precautions we should have. Safety issues or… Read More


Report by: Esme Fox Over the years, Catalonia has attracted many famous people, from Hollywood actors to artists, singers and writers. Many have fallen in love with the region’s charm, its landscapes, and of course its towns and cities, packed with amazing architecture and unique culture. Here are just a few of the celebrities who… Read More


Blog by: Lucy Peters. Barcelona has always been a tourist hotspot with more than 32 million people visiting the Spanish city every year. The city is filled with renowned tourist attractions such as the La Rambla Boulevard, the Picasso Museum, and the Gothic Quarter that, together with countless superb foodie destinations, making it one of the… Read More