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Urban planning has never been easy, especially when ongoing projects are of massive scale such as the case of Via Laietana in Barcelona. The street is called after the Iberian tribe who lived in the city’s area: the Laietani. When the Roman Empire arrived to the peninsula, they settled the military camp that became the… Read More


Dona i Ocell Miro's artwork in Sants

There is in almost every city an area that has a special appreciation from nearly all citizens foreigners. If such is the case in Barcelona, I would dare to say that the district of Sants Montjuic is the one that makes everyone in town feel right at home. Sants combines the charm of the village… Read More


A guide during a tour inside Sagrada Familia

Travelling to a new city can be as exciting as stressful especially if we do not speak the same language or if it is a different country with another culture. To avoid any kind of unexpected situation and make sure you get the most of your trip, we recommend you follow some tips that we… Read More


Accessible pedestrian crossing. PHOTO: Turisme de Barcelona

Accesible Barcelona: Is the city well adapted for wheelchair users? Do musems in the city welcome blind and partially sighted persons? Are the beaches accessible for people with reduced mobility? We know that every traveller has different needs, especially if you are a wheelchair user or you have any sort of disability. Let us explain in this… Read More


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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


Dali Museum with tour guide Jessica

Looking for the best day trip outside Barcelona? Do you know where to go and how to get there? In such case, please let me tell you my experience! I promise a world of surrealism and fantasy, illusion and legends. Last month BGB invited us to join the Tour at the Dalí Museum in Figueres, complemented… Read More


Private tour Park Güell

You want to be sure to make the best of your stay when you book a private tour? Read these 5 tips! Indeed, from April to November, it is the pick season in Barcelona and it could be difficult sometimes to obtain tickets to access to your favorite monument, to take the metro or just… Read More