Report by Lucy Peters. Best coffee in Barcelona If you are a coffee lover, then Barcelona’s coffee scene is definitely something to get excited about, there’s an amazing range of both traditional and artisan coffee houses to choose from, so read on to find out about some of the best places in Barcelona to grab yourself a… Read More


Report by Lorna Charlton. Photographs by Isaac Peral and Lorna Charlton. Let’s try this simple exercise before you start reading ahead… Close your eyes and imagine the Costa Brava… I bet I can guess what you came up with? Beautiful sandy beaches, little coastal paths from beach to beach, bars lining the beach fronts, maybe a few little… 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


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


Fresh, sparkling, delicious…What makes Cava so special?

  One of the many great things that Catalan culture has is its gastronomy. And if you have to mention one of the abounding high-quality products that Catalonia gives to the world, it has to be its wine.  And in this category, Cava deserves its own recognition. Unfairly known during decades as the ‘Mediterranean Champagne’,… Read More


Sant Antoni market underconstruction

In the heart of Barcelona, on the left side of the Eixample disctrict (known by locals as ‘Eixample Esquerre’), but away from the hustle and bustle of other areas like el Raval or Las Ramblas, there is the neighbourhood of Sant Antoni. Almost 40,000 people live there, in a local atmosphere that is gradually transforming… Read More


Magical Fountains Montjuic

Barcelona might be undeniably hot in Summer, and, like in almost every warm place in the world, life turns more active towards the evening: we selected what we considered the upcoming top 7 Summer Night plans in Barcelona’s Monuments. Take your best cocktail clothes, charge your camera and cheers!  Maybe every night, perhaps once a week,… Read More