April 2017

[: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...

[:en]Wiki Organic Market, Ronda Universitat 20, L'Eixample (Metro: Plaça Catalunya), €€ Woki Organic Market is a modern, cool, and attractive place for quick yet healthy food. It is a combination of a biological supermarket and an open kitchen under the same roof. The food selection is very...

[:en]Carrer de la Reina Cristina 7, Bareloneta (Metro: Barceloneta), € When going to a restaurant, the best thing you can have is tasty food and delicious drinks, which are also cheap at the same time. Well, Can Paixano perfectly fits this description: amazing and both inexpensive...

[:en]Carrer Comercial, 7, Born (Metro: Jaume I, Barceloneta), € Critics and food bloggers alike have been raving about a great seafood restaurant that has customers queuing out of the door. La Paradeta stands out as one of the only self-service restaurants where the low price does...

There are many things Brits in Barcelona might find unsettling. Perhaps the most obvious of these is the temperature (which can reach the mid thirties), or the linguistic difficulty: even if you can remember some GCSE Spanish, you’ll likely be out of your depth when...