Top 10 beaches in Catalonia
A short journey by train or car will get you to these stretches of stunning coastline
Outdoor art in the city
Some of Barcelona's best works of art, architecture and gardens are out in the open
Top 20 terraces in town
Find the spots where you can relax, eat and drink on the coveted sunny terraces of Barcelona
Outdoor swimming pools
The city's got no shortage of outdoor swimming pools where you can take a dip and forget about the heat
20 great things to do
With so very much to see and do in Barcelona, where do you start? Right here!
Air, Helicopter & Balloon
Cruises, Sailing & Water
Cultural & Theme Tours
Walking & Biking
Tours & Sightseeing
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They don’t hide the fact that they make sushi here, but they also make good traditional Japanese cuisine. You must try the ramen.
This restaurant, located in a former textile factory in the Les Corts district, offers no fewer than 28 different rice dishes. And you can eat them straight...
This week and beyond
Beyond their differences, the Colombian city of Medellín and Barcelona are of comparable size, with a long relationship of mutual collaboration, and both...
Poblenou Cemetery: free guided tour
The Poblenou Cemetery tour covers approximately 100 years of history of the funerary enclosure (and the city), from its foundation in 1775 until 1888, when...
Mas i Mas Festival 2015: Kenny Barron & Dave Holland
Kenny Barron is possibly the most skilful jazz pianist in the world today, and he has perfected the duet format, as he has already shown in his recordings...
Sleeping Beauty. Moscow Ballet
Another classic from the Russian company: one of the most famous scores from Tchaikovsky and Petipa about the princess who awakens from a deadly sleep thanks...
Mas i Mas Festival 2015: Marco Mezquida Piano Solo
Menorca's Marco Mezquida is something of a magician at the piano. The 28-year-old's talent has seduced audiences, critics and colleagues, and has made him...
Circuit 2015: Projecte Gènere 5-Intersex
This collective exhibition seeks to penetrate those identities (temporary or permanent) that flee from social, medical, religious or anthropological...