When I moved to Barcelona, it was because I wanted to live on the Mediterranean Sea, but it didn’t take long to realise that Barcelona has so much more to offer than just sun, sand and sangria.
As a writer for Expedia UK, I wanted to do something a little bit different for one of my posts, something visual. I may not be the best photographer around, but over the years I’ve managed to fill my iPhone with colourful photos of Barcelona’s landscapes, food and people. I put a few of them together and came up with this beautiful visual guide…
Click your way through this visual travel blog and find out what makes Barcelona one of the most dynamic cities in the world.
Get my insider tips on the best things to do in Barcelona
Forget what the mainstream travel guides tell you about Barcelona: there’s more to this ancient city than Las Ramblas and over-priced tourist traps.
Read my insider tips on the best things to do in Barcelona and get a better feel for Barcelona.
Get my recommendations on where to eat in Barcelona
When you don’t know your way around Barcelona, it’s all too easy to end up paying extortionate prices for tasteless microwaved paella and stale tapas.
Take a quick look at my recommendations on a few of my favourite “non touristy” restaurants and you’ll be on your way to an authentic Spanish/Catalan feast in no time.
Get my tips on where to drink and party in Barcelona
I have a little bit too much experience this – there are just so many options.
From classy cocktail bars to underground hipster hangouts, live rock music venues to star-studded beach clubs, you’ll find them all in my Barcelona nightlife guide.