Barcelona brunch expert Claudia from Coffee & Brunch reveals her top 10 brunch cafes in the Catalan capital.
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The place to be for blissful brunches and caffeine-charged chinwags.
It’s such “a thing” now that I consider having brunch in Barcelona an essential experience for all visitors. Here’s where >
Brunch, lunch, dinner or just coffee… Barcelona never had it so good!
Serving up a wholesome dollop of vintage Americana, Brunch & Cake is quite literally putting brunch on the map in Barcelona. And it’s about damn time……
Here are my favourite beaches on the Gower peninsula and some insider advice on where to park, eat & drink nearby – plus tips on dog-friendly beaches & accommodation in the Gower (hotels, B&Bs, pubs & campsites).
Ever imagined what it would be like to live in Barcelona and hustle a living as a travel blogger? This is an entry taken from my actual diary. Written in 2016, about a year or two after starting my career as a travel blogger in Barcelona, it sets the tone and, I think, hints at the challenges I faced while living off my wits.
Tucked away in the heart of Barcelona’s glitzy Eixample barrio, Hotel Alma Barcelona is a grand deluxe 5-star design hotel and a soulful home from home.
Taking over the space that once housed the fabled Roca MOO, Mr Porter is an atypical chop house and an equally indulgent space to meet…
Whether you’re in need of a post-fiesta brunch, an evening feast with friends or a place to meet for drinks, GiGi Von Tapas is the sort of place you’ll want filed away in your mental Roladex of Barcelona restaurants.
If you like to travel slow, eat copious amounts of seafood and skip the crowds, a trip to Sète (from Barcelona or pretty much anywhere in France) really should be on your itinerary.
A hotel I can confidently recommend to anyone looking for a little romance and luxury within walking distance of Barcelona’s best bits.
Free things to do, see, eat and drink in Berlin, Germany.
As the largest of Spain’s blissful Balearic Islands, Mallorca is a distillation of all that makes Mediterranean life so alluring.
From dusty old bodegas where you can pour your plonk straight from the barrel to trendy wine bars specialising in natural and organic wines from the local vineyards of Catalonia – this is where to tip a few vinos back in Barcelona!
My essential tips on what to see, do and eat on your first trip to Barcelona, as well as essential advice on what NOT to do.
The Omio (formerly GoEuro) app makes it possible to explore Spain and the rest of Europe with just a few swipes of your finger, saving you cash and travel time in the process. Vamos!
A funky 4-star design hotel right in the heart of Barcelona, near Las Ramblas and the best of the old town. A spectacular rooftop terrace seals the deal.
Because Barcelona is one of the jolliest places to be during the holiday season!
A few of my personal favourite French restaurants in Barcelona – here’s where to go when you’ve had your fill of Spanish tapas.
I’ve been living in Sants for a couple of years now and these are what I personally consider to be the best local restaurants and tapas bars.
After more blackouts and fuzzy mornings than I dare admit, this is my boozy guide to the very best cocktail bars in Barcelona.
Eixample Esquerra is the perfect neighbourhood for those who want to live the highlife in Barcelona.
You could easily spend a lifetime exploring Barcelona but the good news is that its compact size and walkable layout means you can see many…
Quality coffee, beastly brunch, lunch and dinner options, as well as home-brewed craft beers, Caravelle is your go-to gastro spot at any time of day.
Sant Antoni is the perfect neighbourhood for a foodie stay in Barcelona. Seriously!
Updated for your gastronomic pleasure in January, 2018.
The best neighbourhoods and best hostels, hotels and apartments in each. All budgets and tastes considered.
Whether you’re flexitarian, vegetarian or 100% vegan, it’s never been such an exciting time to eat in the Catalan capital.
As central as it gets! All of these cherry-picked hotels are just a gentle stroll away from Las Ramblas and the very best that the Catalan capital of cool has to offer.
From Catalan soul food perfected by between the Pyrenees and Mediterranean Sea to the latest hipster eats and traditional Spanish tapas, this is your definitive Barcelona gastro guide.
From the dazzling Modernista architecture and labyrinthine streets of the Gothic Quarter to the palm-filled parks, mountains and glistening beaches, this is my inside guide to the best FREE things to see and do in Barcelona.
Words and photos by Ben Holbrook.
Find your perfect accommodation in one of Spain’s most iconic cities. From luxury 5* boutiques to budget friendly hostels, these are the best beds in Seville.
Abigail Roule from Devour Málaga Food Tours shares her favourite foodie spots in Málaga, Spain.
Discover the heart of Spain’s tapas culture with Cyra Alcock, your inside guide from Devour Seville Food Tours.
Tried and true favorite tapas bars, restaurants and bars in Seville, Spain.
From traditional tapas bars to lavish restaurants, sushi joints and gourmet burgers, here are my personal recommendations…
Food tour guide Renée Christensen from Devour Barcelona Food Tours reveals her personal favourite foodie spots in Barcelona.
It’s taken me some serious slurping hours and countless blurry mornings, but here is my essential guide to the best craft beer bars in Barcelona. Updated 08/07/17
Andina is the new sister restaurant of my favourite restaurant in London: Ceviche. However, it seems she still has a way to go before she grows…
After a dizzying three years of living in this vast and enigmatic city, I’ve finally managed to pin down and share a few of my…
This post shows you exactly how I spent my 30th birthday weekend in Barcelona and provides you with my personal recommendations so you can do the same.…
This is my straight-talking guide to the best things to do in Paris. I’ve tailored it specifically for those who are short on time and hungry…
Take a stroll along South Bank and discover all the best bits of London, in one place….. There are two Londons. There’s the hipster, grimy,…