Author: cdmon

[:en]Barcelona is never short of activities to do or festivals to attend and El Carnaval is one surely not to miss. The seven-day event, perhaps a little tamer than other carnivals across the world, (but certainly still as good) is an event to attend for...

[:en]Catalonia’s independence has been a pressing topic in Spain for some time now, but especially in the last few months. Any newcomer in Barcelona will find this to be clear from the moment they arrive, whether they be for, against, or neutral to the idea. On...

[:en]If you are someone that winter and Christmas makes you think of skating, we leave some suggestions of places where wear skates and enjoy like a penguin! Ice skating in shopping centers Shopping Centers are typical places where you usually install temporary ice tracks. Some of the most...

[:en]December is starting in Barcelona and you might think: "What can I do in Barcelona during this time of the year?", so we gathered some of the events that are happening this month in the city. Enjoy Barcelona during every month of the year! ;)   La...

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Formerly a recreation associated with the British, that overlapping mealtime between breakfast and lunch has now infiltrated itself into the Barcelona community. Whether it's a restorative meal you're after or simply a lazy breakfast, brunch is the best way to start the day. There is...

[:en]La Poma, La Rambla 117, Gotico (Metro: Plaza Catalunya), €€ Situated on Las Ramblas, the most popular, visited and liveliest street in Barcelona. Just a few steps away from Plaça Catalunya you will find Restaurant La Poma, a real city classic with over 40 years’ history...

[:en]Calle de la Ciutat 10, Gotico (Metro: Jaume I), €€ Que Bueno Que Viniste is Just a few metres away from Plaza Sant Jaume, in the heart of Barrio Gotico, the restaurant Que Bueno Que Viniste welcomes you into a modern and warm environment. Tastefully decorated, this...