How’s the planning going for your trip to Barcelona? Is there anything we can help you with as a local experts? What have you been dreaming of? Leave all your comments and desires below and take note of our basic ideas in this blog to take the most of your trip. Which are the visits… Read More


Tourist in Barcelona

I think we can agree that Barcelona is an astonishing city. The architecture, the food, the events—it wouldn’t be hard to spend months in Barcelona without doing the same thing twice. But if you’re here for more days, or for your second (third, fourth…) visit, there’s a big chance that you’re interested in some day… Read More


HERE CONTINUES THE ADVENTURE OF OUR GRANNIES IN BARCELONA… Did you miss the previous blog? Read it here it is very funny! As you might guess, Laurel is a shopaholic and she planned our morning excursion. We’re met at our hotel by Mònica, our guide for a private El Born shopping tour. We start at Colmado,… Read More


Visitors enjoying on the boat

Report by Lucy Peters. “The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever”– once said the legendary French seaman Jacques Yves Cousteau. Sailing onboard Goleta Karya in Barcelona and taking in breathtaking views of the city’s blue side, one is reinforced with the same feelings of wonder sailing across the Mediterranean… Read More


View of Tarragona

When you arrive in Barcelona, you undoubtedly have the notion that you’ll never want to leave. While the beauty of its architecture and the culinary arts will entrance you, there are several areas outside of the city that will leave you in awe. Here is a list of our top destinations outside the metropolitan area… Read More


Gràcia has always fascinated both the locals and the tourists. There are some of the city’s most appreciated folkloric festivities, theaters, restaurants and squares. However it is more than a neighbourhood: to the true graciencs Gràcia is still not Barcelona. This belief has kept the original village allure of this precious area. It all started five… Read More


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


Girona and the Onyar River

Should we book a guide for this? Such question comes up when we are thinking to visit other places nearby our destination. Last time I travelled, I spent some days in Switzerland and proved again that there’s nothing better than proper planning. When I spent one day wandering around Geneva I missed many things I… Read More