What to do in Barcelona

[caption id="attachment_1247" align="alignnone" width="300"] Sant Cugat's manastery.[/caption] In recent years we have observed an increasingly large influx of people moving to the town of Sant Cugat. This idyllic spot 20km north of Barcelona whose proximity to the centre of the Catalonian capital has helped to transform...

5 reasons why a Barcelona resident would be mad not to use Bicing For city-livers, travel can be one of the most confusing parts of our lives: to get between any two points, there are probably five possible methods of transport to choose from, each with its own...

[: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...

[:en]What is La Mercè? It's a huge free festival marking the end of Summer that took place in many streets of Barcelona. This event started for the first time in 1902 and is celebrated for la Mare de Déu de la Mercè.   When will...

[: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...