ottobre 2019

Barcelona is a city that stands out for its vibrant cultural and cosmopolitan life. Strolling through its neighbourhoods, getting to know its main monuments, museums, history, theatre or relaxing on its beaches are some of the best ways to enjoy Barcelona. But Barcelona is a city...

Barcelona is one of the Spanish cities with the most cultural life and a good example of this is the great number of museums that one can visit. Some museums, however, stand out for offering an alternative to the more traditional ones in terms of...

La Mercè are the festivities celebrated in Barcelona from 20 to 24 September. It is a celebration in honour of the Mare de Dèu de La Mercè, one of the patron saints of Barcelona, filling the city with cultural, free musical and religious events in...

The Gran Teatre del Liceu is located in the middle of La Rambla, in the section known as La Rambla dels Caputxins, and is one of the most representative buildings in Barcelona. It has more than 200 years of history and is closely connected to...

Having lunch or dinner at one of the beach bars in Barcelona (known as chiringuitos) is a good plan to relax and enjoy the sea after a hot day. The city has a very good variety of bars located on its beaches, so it is...

Drassanes Reials in Barcelona (Barcelona Royal Shipyard) is an architectural site, located at the end of La Rambla in Barcelona, headquarters of the current Maritime Museum of the city. It can be reached on foot from the Hotel Arc La Rambla, and its walls house...

Plaza Reial in Barcelona is one of the most emblematic squares in the city. It owes its name to King Ferdinand VII, when it was built as it is today. However, it has an interesting history that is worth knowing. Plaza Reial is located in the...

Barcelona is a city bathed by the Mediterranean, so its history has always been bound to the sea. Its intensive maritime and fishing activity made it one of the ports of reference along the entire coast of Spain. However, during the last 20 years the...

The origin of the Born district goes back to Roman times, but the history of the district itself, as part of the city, goes back to the Medieval Age when Barcelona was growing and grewing beyond the walls that used to go through the present...

Barcelona has always been a city alive and full of culture, where La Rambla has played an important role as the main centre of intellectual life. It also has picturesque alleys and corners that have been inhabited and frequented by writers of all periods and...