BARCELONA is a world known city with incredible modernist architecture, stunning beaches mixed perfectly with a cosmopolitan city full of shops, and a massive drinking and dining scene.

Iconic dish

Pan tumaca (Bread with tomato) and Calçots (grilled green onions).

In the city

Swim in La Barceloneta beach, visit Jardins del Mirador or Bunkers del Carmel for one of the best views. Caixa Forum is a eclectic, contemporary art show program on display in striking, art nouveau former textile factory. Because the Catalan art is more than Gaudi, at Fundacio Joan Miro you will enjoy this also international artist.


For relaxing the afternoon in an amusement park Tibidabo is your best option and for stronger emotions Port Aventura around 2 hours from Barcelona. Bosc Urba (Urban forest) offers Zip lines, lianas, bungee jumping, bridges, adventure trunk located on platforms over 6 meters, etc.

Charge your batteries

For tapas: El Born neighbourhood with Casa Delfin as our recommendation, and in Barrio de Gracia the bars Gasterea and Barravas are a must. There are more options like La boqueria market in Las Ramblas where you will be surrounded by fresh and colourful Spanish products.

Outside the city

Sitges has become one of the most popular destination for gays. Miravet is an amazing and charming town at the shore of Ebro river.

May events

On the 19th get out yourself out there on the streets of Barcelona to enjoy the Noche de los Museos with activities all over the city and free cultural activities in every corner.

April events

On the 23rd the entire city celebrates Sant Jordi where flowers and books become the true star and the entire city is surrounded by fairs and cultural events.

Additional information

Barcelona has its own international airport well communicated to the city centre by public transport. It is not far from other airports like Girona or Reus.  We recommend to spend 3-4 days in the city and 5-6 in the province.