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Things to see in Barcelona

Barceloneta beach is a great place to enjoy and relax. You can take a beautiful walk in the sun, play sports, read on the sand or have a glass of wine overlooking the Mediterranean. In addition, Barceloneta is one of the most emblematic and touristic...

In the heart of the Gothic Quarter is one of the most popular, charming and bustling streets in Barcelona, a must for those who want to enjoy the city from a different point of view. This is Petritxol street: the best place to enjoy a...

The Festa Major de Sant Antoni (St. Anthony Festival) is one of the oldest and most popular celebrations in Barcelona. The city is preparing for the 2023 edition, which promises to be one of the best and biggest yet. It will take place from 13...

Want to know what to do during 24 hours of sightseeing in Barcelona? Read the blog of Hotel Arc la Rambla and discover where to eat, what to visit and the best activities to do during a day. ...

The Station of France was inaugurated in 1929 on the occasion of the Universal Exhibition. It is the second most important railway station in Barcelona and the most photographed, especially the “noucentista” style lobby. But there is another very photographed element both inside and outside...

The night of October 31 to November 1 is celebrated in many parts of the world as All Saints' Day, Day of the Dead or Halloween. However, in Catalonia the Castanyada is celebrated, the name comes from castanya, which means chestnut in Catalan. Like any tradition,...

The ninth edition of Oktoberfest Barcelona, the world's most famous beer festival, kicked off on October 5. The festival is held at the Fira de Montjuic and in addition to drinking, you can enjoy traditional Bavarian music and gastronomy....

One of the most popular dishes of Spanish gastronomy is "tapas". In today's blog of Hotel Arc La Rambla you will discover their origin, which are the most typical and where to eat them in Barcelona. ...

If you are in Barcelona during the month of August, you can't miss one of the most expected events for the locals, the Festival of Gràcia (Festes de Gràcia). For a week, the streets of Gracia are decorated with the most creative and original proposals: color,...

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