What to do in Barcelona

[: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...

On Friday, when Christians celebrate Good Friday, Barcelona Zoo will open a new exhibition for invertebrates. The name of the exhibition is ”Spectacular Invertebrates 2”, the decor for example by spiders and scorpions. The exhibition has educational reasons behind it and the section is mainly ...

[: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...

[: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]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]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...