With so much to do in Barcelona, where do you start? Right here!
In Barcelona's museums you'll find big names, but also works from medieval times to the present
If your wallet allows and you want to pay tribute, here's the list of Barcelona's 24 star-studded restaurants
If you fancy having a drink while taking in a great view, you'll definitely want to check out a rooftop bar or two in Barcelona
We dare to pick the 20 best places in Barcelona to get this popular tapa of potatoes served with a spicy sauce
Fancy a dance? Find the city's top places to boogie all night long to your favourite tracks, no matter what your taste
Dying to try tapas but not sure where to go? We help you find the best mini-meals
Whenever you're in town and ready for a big night out, you'll find these 10 fiestas ready to give it to you on a monthly basis
From hangover restoratives to fancy breakfast feasts, dig in to our guide to the best brunches in town
Round up the whole family for a fun day out in Barcelona
Primavera Sound, the big marathon, Guitar BCN festival, Sant Jordi's books and roses
Sónar and Cruïlla, outdoor film fests, Sant Joan and the Gràcia fest, Gay Pride, the Grec
Jazz and hip-hop music festivals, the massive La Mercè celebration, Sitges & In-Edit film fests
Christmas markets, New Year parties, Kings' Day, the Mobile World Congress, Carnival
Some of our favourite festivals and events to enjoy in Barcelona all year round
These are the 20 best sightseeing spots you’d be mad to miss
Get to know the sunny Catalan capital without breaking a sweat
Don't miss Barcelona's impressive Gothic cathedral, which dates back to 1298
Perfect for first-time visitors, the tour will show you the city’s most iconic sights
Discover the ancient, medieval and modern sights of Barcelona on this hop-on hop-off tour
Discover a magical underwater world at Barcelona's Aquarium, with the big draw – sharks!
Pack your passport and expand your horizons on a day trip from Barcelona
Enjoy fun for all the family at Spain’s top theme park and aquatic center: PortAventura and Costa Caribe! Simply head inside the parks with an entrance ticket and enjoy the rides at your own pace. Discover roller coasters, accelerator rides and ‘Sesame Street’ adventures in PortAventura, or head to Costa Caribe to splash around with water jets and free-fall slides.
Barcelona boasts seven kilometres of golden sands, and this is also where you'll find some of the city's best seafood restaurants
A stroll through the medieval alleyways and secluded squares of the Old City is the best possible introduction to Barcelona
Explore some of Barcelona's prettiest streets and most magical architecture
Once a no-go area for tourists, the Raval is being transformed
You can't think of Gràcia without thinking of it's 'Festa Major', a weeklong street fair and party that takes over the neighbourhood
A modernista showcase: its buildings include Gaudí's Sagrada Família and La Pedrera
It's often left off visitors' itineraries, but the hill of Montjuïc merits a wander
Sarrià is the city's uptown area for its more posh homes, shops and restaurants
Located just 5 minutes’ walk from Barcelona’s Plaza Catalunya, Cotton House Hotel, Autograph Collection, A Marriott Luxury & Lifestyle Hotel, offers...
This chic, exclusive hotel is set in an 18th-century aristocratic house overlooking a secluded square in the heart of the Gothic Quarter. Its contemporary...
A design hotel that’s popular with cosmopolitan, image-conscious party people. The Axel’s main clientele is the gay crowd but it’s also...
Set in 25,000 square metres of beautiful gardens and offering fantastic views of Barcelona, Fairmont Rey Juan Carlos I is a luxury hotel set on Diagonal...
Offering free WiFi and a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, The Corner Hotel is set in Barcelona, 800 metres from Casa Batllo. The property is situated a...
This sleek boutique hotel has a cool European vibe, a splendid rooftop terrace and a great location at the heart of the city. Although this...
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, H10 Cubik offers accommodation in Barcelona. The hotel has a seasonal outdoor pool and terrace, and guests can...
Situated 200 metres from Barcelona’s Magic Fountain, the elegant Crowne Plaza Barcelona - Fira Center offers spacious rooms with a flat-screen TV and...
Barceloneta’s true cuisine, as it should be – the best-known dishes are the cod fritters, but if they have baby squid, then grab a dish, quick!
With its gorgeous white interior decor, the wood and metal all creating a rustic, cosy minimalism, this tiny restaurant represents a continuation of the...
A restaurant that dates back to the 1940s smack in the middle of the Eixample neighbourhood. Could you ask for anything more divine? There aren't many of...
A spectacular modernist restaurant that is home to a traditional style of cooking adapted by the creative genius of Martín Berasategui. In summer, it...
An exclusive Argentinean restaurant with meat from all over the world and handmade pasta. You’ll often find familiar faces from the world of sport here...
The Manduka is a restaurant with a unique spirit. In their gastronomy they mix fine dining and traditional cuisine.
Signature catering company Singularis manages El Mirador del Palau – the restaurant at the Palau de la Música. The restaurant that's part of...
I'd heard the best thing about Gamba de la Costa were the grilled prawns, a simple dish where the outcome depends on the right grill, the quality of the...
These must-see attractions take you on a journey around cathedrals, monasteries, castles and other spectacular buildings
These experiences will bring you closer to the varied natural world in Catalonia
These 50 incredible restaurants serve an array of dishes that won't fail to please your palate
Get to know Catalan heritage through castles, prehistoric villages, modernista buildings, monasteries and churches
Catalonia boasts more than 500 kilometres of coastline with magnificent beaches and coves. We recommend some of the best
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Discover the lands where Gaudí, Miró and Casals grew up and grew as artists
The beaches are lovely, but the friendly town also has fun things to do all year round, especially for families
Taste the flavourful olive oil and wines and explore the ancient streets of the region's villages
The perfect combo of a tranquil, mountainous interior with popular blue-flag beaches
Salou has much to offer in autumn and winter, with exciting outdoor activities, and peaceful seaside walks
Explore the monuments and seafront in Vila-seca i La Pineda, as well as the locally produced wines
Catalan musician Pau Casals was born in El Vendrell and spent his first years there before his exile
The Ruta del Cister boasts natural caves and havens of modernisme
A 48-hours trip where you'll really get to know Cambrils, one of the Costa Daurada's food havens
Reus, where Antoni Gaudí spent his childhood, boasts exceptional buildings, great shopping, and tasty vermouth