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.Read More
Your inside guide to the best things to do in Barcelona, as well as the best places to eat, drink and sleep. By city expert Ben Holbrook.
One of Barcelona’s oldest and most important hotels located in the city centre. Its sumptuous Art Deco style, refined dining options and impressive rooftop terrace (with pool) make this one of the most romantic 4-star hotels in Barcelona.Read More
El Born is my absolute favourite neighbourhood in Barcelona’s historic old town and Wanderbeak’s ‘Born to Eat’ food tour is the ultimate way to…Read More
I feel like I say this all the time, but I’ll say it again anyway – Sant Antoni is my favourite barrio in…Read More
Thoughts, reflections and photographs from my life in Barcelona.Read More
The Torre Glòries skyscraper is one of Barcelona’s tallest and most iconic buildings – every bit as recognisable as the peaks of Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia….Read More
From sandy beach boardwalks and urban cycle lanes to pine-scented mountain bike trails and family-friendly parks, there truly is something for every type of rider in Barcelona. Here are my favourite routes.Read More
An obvious choice for travellers in search of the good life in Barcelona.Read More
My favourite time to be in the Catalan capital…Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
I don’t usually spend my Sundays hanging around train stations, but Barcelona’s Sants Estacio is not your average train station. It’s located just at…Read More
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.Read More
Explore the best photography spots in Barcelona and learn how to capture better images.Read More
Just an hour away from Barcelona, Tarragona is a Medieval metropolis boasting 2,000 years of history, traditional tapas bars and beautiful beaches.Read More
Experience authentic flamenco (dance and music) in a 17th century Baroque palace.Read More
From market nibbles and bodega bites to avant-garde tapas and ‘surf & turf’ delights, the Barcelona Food Experiences tour is a delectable way to taste and understand Catalonia’s world-class cuisine.
Half an hour away from Barcelona lies one of the most romantic beach resorts in Europe. Day trip, anyone?Read More
Interview: Discover the best of Barcelona’s independent fashion scene with Marwa and Adela from Wandermoda shopping experiences.Read More