People eating tapas

It’s Food O’ Clock! Do you consider yourself a true Barcelona foodie? If you do, let me just tell you, you’ve come to the right place. When it comes to food, Barcelona welcomes you with arms wide open offering you not only uncountable local options but also international. However, today we are going to focus… Read More


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


Bolets (mushrooms)

Many people celebrate the arrival of Autumn because it is time for ‘Bolets’! Find mushrooms in the woods is close to a sport in Catalonia (there are even official competitions about it), and in order to succeed you need some certain skills, knowledge, intuition, and also, a little bit of luck. So much so that instead of… 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


typical foods

Barcelona has a different atmosphere for each season of the year, not only the weather changes, but also what we like to eat. What doesn’t change is that every meal is taken quite seriously, it is the best moment of the day, around a table with your family and friends and, if you’re lucky and… Read More


People enjoying at the terraces

Delicatessen you can’t miss on your holidays The sunny weather and the thousands of open air activities are two big reasons to book your summer holidays in Barcelona. But the gastronomy is also a huge attraction for Catalonia’s visitors and its main city from July to September. What to eat this Summer in Barcelona? There… Read More


Pastry Chefs from Escribà confectioner with chocolate Gru Minions

  Easter means holidays, eggs, bunnies… and tons of chocolate!   Did you know that chocolate has played an important role in the economic activity of Barcelona? Actually, the Catalan port was the starting point for the sale and distribution of the product all over Europe. So it’s not difficult to figure out that Barcelona… Read More