Everything you need to plan a football-themed holiday to Barcelona. Interested in a football trip to Barcelona? Of course you are! FCB are one of the most famous and iconic clubs in the world, and the Camp Nou one of the most famous and biggest sports stadiums in the … [Read more...]
Explore Barcelona's atmospheric Gothic Quarter, marvel at the architecture of Gaudi, take in the atmosphere of a big game at Camp Nou, or use the city as a base for exploring the wider region of Catalonia.
A little rough around the edges it may be, but El Raval is the Barcelona neighbourhood that everyone is talking about. Get lost in the narrow, typically Catalan streets and stumble upon truly unique shops and fashion designers in the backstreets of El Raval. Street concerts … [Read more...]
A delightful small town feel in the middle of the big city. Art, independent clothing stores, cutting-edge restaurants, chic wine bars and late-night dance clubs are all within walking distance of the La Rambla tourist trap. The heart of the neighbourhood is the open, … [Read more...]
Known for its wide avenues and grid pattern, the Eixample is a vibrant district to the north of old Barcelona with great shopping and a lively bar scene. The Eixample was constructed in the 19th and early 20th centuries as an extension of Barcelona to the north of the … [Read more...]
Catalonians party all year-round, but some of those parties are bigger and better than the others. The streets of Barcelona come alive throughout the year with each neighbourhood hosting a range of festivals. Keep your eyes open for castellers, the human towers that are a … [Read more...]