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


Thunder and sudden showers are typical in Autumn

  It is not often, but when it does rain, it rains cats and dogs. It seems like the world is about to end, you hear the thunder, the sky turns dark and, from nowhere, it starts pelting with rain.   What’s the chance that it rains during your stay in Barcelona? We have over… 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


mobile-word-congress-2016

  Looking for Networks… Connecting… Ready! Some years ago, Barcelona was elected Mobile World Capital. This is the best example that the technology is always tied to this city. The GSMA Mobile World Congress take place in the Fira Barcelona convention venues and introduce the newest features in mobile technology to the world. It’s exciting to… Read More


Water sombrero to beat the heat

  Barcelona looks out into the Mediterranean and thanks to that the temperature is mild, winters are never very cold – rarely snows – and summers are hot, but not unlivable hot. Nevertheless the temperature is increasingly rising and recently we’ve had some long heat waves so, especially in July and August, take precaution!   Here are… Read More


Views from Montjuïc

One of the best things of Barcelona is that all the members of the family can enjoy an unforgettable holiday. Barcelona with kids: the huge range of activities for children proves that Catalonia’s main city is a family-friendly destination. In other words: there is no excuse to stay at home! So pack your bags, grab the… Read More


Typical American tourist

  We’re always looking for things to do when travelling, but it is just as well to consider some things you should not do. There was a time the first thing we would have said was not to wear the Mexican hat. I’m not sure if people have learned or they have got tired of… Read More


churros-con-chocolate-madrid

  They told you that all shops close on Sunday and you don’t know what to do? To show you that we are not as lazy as you think here are some ideas to explore our beautiful city on a Sunday.   1. Recharge your batteries Start the day with some “churros con chocolate” in Granja… Read More


After 8 pm discover another Barcelona

Barcelona by night can be as interesting as by day. So after a busy morning visiting the Sagrada Familia or the Picasso Museum, save some energy and pick one of the 5 proposals we offer you. But remember that when we Barcelonian’s talk about night we really mean night. Bars & restaurants are busiest around 10pm… Read More