31 Jul

The Best Rooftop Bars in Barcelona

The sun is shining, you want to relax and have a good time : you should definitely go to one of the many sunny rooftop terraces of the city and take a look at Barcelona from above. Enjoy at the same time delicious food, drinks and a beautiful view! Here are 5 of the best...
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17 Apr

What to do in bad weather in the city?

A rainy day in Barcelona can ruin many great plans during your stay. Postpone those plans for another day and pick up something interesting to do from the list of activities we’ve gathered in this post. You might even go see and do something you wouldn’t otherwise experience!   Barcelona Aquarium This is one of...
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7 Apr

Weekly festivals to enjoy in spring

SoundEAT Location: Parc del Fòrum s/n, Maresme – Fòrum (L4) Tickets: starting from 7€ SoundEAT returns this spring for its 10th edition! It’s a fusion of an electric music festival and a gastronomic food track show. Enjoy the music on every 2nd Saturday, starting from March 15th, while tasting the best of Mexican or Brazilian...
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19 Mar

Best places to do sports in Barcelona

The weather is getting better and better in Barcelona, which is perfect for those who love to do sports outdoors. Here are our recommendations for the best spots to do some sports in the city, wether you would like to go for a run, for some biking or doing some yoga.   Carretera de les...
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10 Mar

Typical catalan desserts

Crema Catalana It’s a creamy dessert of a pasta base, made out of eggs, milk and sugar. The top is covered with burnt sugar Where to find it:  Granja Viader (Carrer d’en Xuclà, 4-6, 08001) Granja Dulcinea (Carrer de Petritxol, 2, 08002 ) Pastisseria Escribà (La Rambla, 83, 08002)   Catànies This is a small...
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9 Mar

Spring festive days and festivals in Barcelona

Semana Santa Date: from the 25th of March    Location: the Cathedral and Santa Maria del Mar, also any church of the city During the Holy Week, you will see parades and processions In Barcelona. The celebration starts with “Domingo de Ramos” or “Palm Sunday” which symbolises the arrival of Jesus in Jerusalem.  The parades...
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14 Feb

What to do in winter in Barcelona?

 Sitges carnival This is one of the most popular festival a 100 year old history, it takes place from 8th until the 14th of February. The first day is the Fat Thursday (Dijous Gras) and for one week, each day represents an ancient village of Barcelona, celebrated with different traditions,  parades, dances etc. Els...
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