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Colmados are the forerunners of what we now call delis or gourmet shops. They are the grocers' stores of bygone years where you could find all kinds of food essentials, from powdered milk, to cured meats and sausages and tinned fish...
Barcelona's endless sunny days make the entire spectrum of blues glimmer throughout the year. Barcelona has surprises in store every day, in summer and throughout the other seasons of the year.
The streets of Barcelona feature a wealth of landmarks and attractions that showcase its scientific know-how, technological breakthroughs and innovation. The Catalan capital is currently the biggest research and technology hub in the south of Europe. Why not come and explore it!
Barcelona and its surrounding area offer a wide range of wine tourism activities to share with the family. Here are a few that will give you the opportunity to discover everything wine culture has to offer.
The autumn, oh so lovely. Transformation abounds…everywhere you look in the Val d'Aran there is change. Summer has come to a close and the mountains of this majestic central Pyrenees destination have quickly become a living museum for those fortunate enough to ponder them. Their hues of green, yellow, orange, red and rusty brown compare to the finest of paintings.
If you're someone who enjoys savouring every trip to the full, this is unquestionably your time of year to visit Barcelona. Every year, with the first autumn rains, Catalonia undergoes a cultural and culinary transformation focusing on a food that is an intrinsic part of its identity: mushrooms.
Autumn brought us a new #BarcelonaExperience… and we enjoyed it to the full! A wine and food tour, a visit to Europe's biggest art nouveau complex, a helicopter ride… Could you ask for anything more?
Barcelona is Mediterranean, green and blue, and the perfect place to explore in the open air. Summer is the time to enjoy yourself to the full and make the most of Barcelona while you enjoy all the things to do and the different places where you can experience the city alfresco.
Near Barcelona, you'll find a whole host of wine-tourism activities and ideas you can enjoy on your own, with your husband, wife, partner or friends including wine trails that will give you an insight into the tradition of wine and cava that is deeply rooted in extremely beautiful and diverse landscapes. The five Designations of Origin in the counties of Barcelona have a great deal to offer, from traditional wineries located inland to vineyards by the sea, paired with traditional cuisine and cutting-edge architecture.
Do you want to feel like a true Barcelonian? Well, if you do, you can't miss out on going for a vermut. For years this aromatic, herby wine has been the favourite Sunday pre-lunch tipple with local families.
Barcelona has got something for everyone. It is a walkable city and enjoys a mild Mediterranean climate, which makes it the perfect place to visit at any time of the year.
You can hear music all year round in Barcelona, and, when the fine weather comes, the city has an endless array of festivals in store. They cover every musical style and genre: some of them are being held for the first time in the city, while others are now established as world-class events, which have made Barcelona, with its ground-breaking and innovative programme, one of the world's music festival capitals.
We've lined up an amazing plan for all the family to capture the very essence and scale of the city: seeing Barcelona from the heights. We've chosen the city's most fun and curious vantage points, which also have secrets in store. Are you ready to scale the heights and see Barcelona at your feet?
Barcelona is bursting with things to do for all the family. You'll find a whole host of fun activities all over the city to make sure you never get bored. And you can do all this without having to pack a lunch box in your rucksack, as most of Barcelona's restaurants are considered family friendly.
With a history dating back more than 2,000 years, Barcelona has evolved into a more accessible and user-friendly place, meaning that, if you're a wheelchair user, you can explore its streets among relics of Roman times, Gothic churches, art-nouveau, or modernista, buildings and contemporary landmarks free of restrictions.
A carefully curated selection of books, a bookshop with personality or a passionate bookseller behind the counter, are some of the trademarks of specialist bookshops. If you're a book lover, you know the score: finding a bookshop that caters to every need is like finding a hidden treasure.
Can you imagine what Barcelona looks like from the sea? And from the sky? Well, now you can find out with a water-based activity in the Olympic Marina combined with a unique cultural tour of the Gothic Quarter, which will ensure you enjoy Barcelona to the full while gaining a different insight into the city.
Barcelona can boast of many things, but it is its status as a Mediterranean, historic, cutting-edge, cultural and cosmopolitan city that make it truly special. Here are two great ideas for your visit that will take you from the old harbour, the Port Vell, right by the sea, to Barcelona's green lung, the Parc de Montjuïc, to make sure you enjoy your visitor experience to the full with a perfect combination of sea and city.
Unique exhibitions, historic concerts, festivals that are an absolute must, and much, much more, are waiting to satisfy your appetite for culture, sport, art, literature, music and popular traditions. Make a note of the dates in your diary, because you won't want to miss out on a single one.
Barcelona's architectural heritage is usually associated with modernism and the iconic Gaudí, but you only have to take a walk through the city to discover the buildings and infrastructure that make this city a benchmark in contemporary architecture.
We want to share with you a series of plans that ensure laughter, complicity and surprises to share with your family, and that we are confident you will always remember.
Have you ever visited a city and, when you get hungry, you feel like trying something different instead of going to a restaurant? Barcelona boasts an extensive range of establishments where you can have a bite to eat while discovering new ways to sample the city's gastronomic delights.
In 1992, Barcelona showed the world that it was an Olympic city at the top of its game, not only because of the high level sport on offer, but because of its values of unity, commitment and effort. The city has sport in its DNA and its sporting tradition dates from long before the Olympics. Like all good things in life, it is a story of passion.
The city's historic and Landmark hotels have plenty of stories to tell. Enchanting places steeped in history, they are sure to make your stay an unforgettable experience. Do you want to find out more about them?
Fer el vermut is much more than tasting a product or having an appetizer and a drink; it is a social event and the perfect excuse to meet up and share. These long-established city bars represent the most authentic side of the city.
Barcelona has a plethora of wonderful, often unknown places, with a special charm, which stand out from the rest and, because of their history and unique architectural features, have become iconic.
Drinking wine served straight from the barrel is a tradition that has recently made a comeback and is here to stay. In Barcelona there are lots of places to choose from, where you can also enjoy a bite to eat with your chosen glass, in the best company.
There are many Barcelonas, and the district of Sant Andreu is one of the clearest examples of this. Although outside the city centre, it is steeped in the essence of Catalonia: picturesque spots, history, centuries-old shops and futuristic amenities blend harmoniously. Come and visit and you'll feel like a genuine Barcelonian.
You know wine tourism isn't just about drinking wine. You can do that at a pavement café, at a restaurant table… or even at home! Wine tourism is much more than visiting a winery. It's culture, landscape, heritage, history, adventure, food and getting away from it all in the heart of nature. Discover the many wineries near Barcelona.
If you can picture yourself enjoying the most iconic architecture and finest food, Barcelona is the place for you. You can dine at superb restaurants inside landmarks of historic and architectural interest. Have we whet your appetite?
The best way to admire Barcelona in all its beauty is from high above the city. This is where Barcelona reveals itself in total splendour. Standing on a plain surrounded by ridges and low peaks, its unequalled geographical location conceals countless viewing spots, or miradors, that make it a treat for the most inquisitive eyes. Shall we take a look?
If you ask any Barcelona local to name the best Catalan invention of all time, nine out of ten will probably reply "el pa amb tomàquet!" (bread rubbed with tomato). More than a simple recipe, culinary technique or custom, the gesture of rubbing tomato on a piece of bread is a sign of Catalan identity.
The city streets are an extension of the lives of its inhabitants; they are part of their homes, their way of sharing and living together in what is, in short, their home or everyone's home. If we walk through Barcelona, we'll see that every street has its own unique story to tell.
If you want to discover Barcelona with alternative experiences, without spending a penny, keep on reading; you'll be interested in this. Every month there are free activities to get you off the sofa or out of your hotel room to explore the city. Here are just some of the things you can do all year round. But keep your eyes peeled because there's something you can do every day in Barcelona without being out of pocket.
Running fever has spread throughout the world at the speed of an Olympic runner. But where do the Barcelona locals train? What are the best routes for running and discovering the city? That's enough questions. Let's put on our running shoes and explore them for ourselves.
In summer, in June and September, Barcelona's former villages host their neighbourhood festivals. They are the perfect excuse to visit the city and lose yourself in its districts that are dressed up to the nines. The Sants Festival keeps alive the spirit of a major festival that used to be held in honour of Saint Bartholomew, the patron saint of the former village of Sants.
Passeig de Sant Joan doesn't just link two of the city's coolest neighbourhoods, it has recently become the go-to place for Barcelona locals. The stretch between Carrer València and Carrer Casp and the surrounding area has been newly laid out making it ideal for cyclists and pedestrians. It has become a hotspot with interesting bars and restaurants, delightful shops and places that will simply amaze you.
They said to us "This is Barcelona" and showed us a postcard of the Pedraforca. We didn't believe it, but just 2 hours outside Barcelona you can be in the heart of the countryside and the Pyrenees mountains.
In the Pyrenees, you have plenty to do, whether it's sport, culture or gastronomy. In any season of the year, if you go to Barcelona, take a break in the Pyrenees, and discover it for yourselves.
Barcelona was a city that I had dreamed of visiting for such a long time and was firmly at the top of my travel bucket list. So I was beyond thrilled and excited to finally visit beautiful Barcelona for four wonderful days.
Do you want to discover a different, unknown Barcelona while you take your palate on a journey of discovery to sample the finest flavours of the city's locally sourced food? Don't wait any longer and get ready to discover a Barcelona that goes beyond its must-see attractions.
It's a pleasure to have the city in the palm of your hand and to forget about the maps, leaflets, flyers and all the information you accumulate while travelling. Barcelona has loads of apps which help you enjoy the city at the click of a button and more than 600 Wi-Fi hotspots throughout the city which you can use to stay connected.
On Sunday in Barcelona most ticket-office staff seem to have part of the day off, so you won't have to buy tickets for most main museums. The only thing to remember is this rule only applies after 3pm or all day on the first Sunday in the month. That's right! You can enjoy the top museums without paying a penny… surely one of the best deals in town.
The Barcelona moon bears witness to thousands of magical nights. Although, if you asked it about La Nit dels Museus (Museum Night), it would say that it casts its own peculiar spell, and has a special magnetism that is hard to explain, making it into a night that nobody, whatever their age, should miss.
The verb "to sleep" is important in our everyday lives, but it is even more important when we're travelling as a family. After exploring the streets, rest is vital if you want to go back the following day with your batteries recharged to continue to discover everything a great city like Barcelona has to offer. That's why we suggest three different types of accommodation, and an example of each, which are perfect for you and your family to relax and have a rest.
Barcelona has become on of Europe's favourite destinations for the lesbian, gay, trans, bisexual and intersexual community. As an open-minded and cosmopolitan metropolis, the city offers its visitors a whole host of attractions associated with diversity, freedom and tolerance. The LGTBIQ+ district, with its year-round offer of services, is a good example of this.
The Ribera neighbourhood has its own unique charm. The streets of the Ribera are a living time capsule of the city-s history, and the neighbourhood still provides a window onto the Mediterranean. It is a charming spot with a wide range of options for you to enjoy the sea and culture. Below you-ll find some suggestions for activities you can enjoy for a day.
Art, gastronomy, views, excursions by sea and historical secrets… you can do a lot in Barcelona in 48 hours, and we had the opportunity to take advantage of all of it on June 16th and 17th with #ExperienceBarcelona. How would you like to discover it too?
Literature and Barcelona are the stars of their own love story. A good number of writers have set their novels in the city or have moved there to pursue their literary careers. Do you want to follow in their footsteps and discover their legacies? If so, our literary trails are the perfect plan. Do you want to turn the page?
Journeys are emotions. Sensations. Small but big experiences. Like the discovery of an innovative, surprising dish. Or the feeling of an aria, the magic of a musical score played by angels. In Barcelona, small but powerful emotions await. At the restaurant table, signature dishes. But in the concert hall too, in the darkness with your favourite composer.
As we have already mentioned in Historic restaurants and In the hidden jewels of the Raval, Barcelona is full of bars and restaurants that seem frozen in time. Here are some suggestions in case you feel like getting away from the present and landing in the past, even if it’s just for a short time.
If you're thinking of heading to Barcelona for a break in September, there are five key dates on the calendar when the city opens its doors and celebrates its festivals in style. The Catalan capital dresses up for the occasion to pay tribute to the Mare de Déu de la Mercè, patron saint of Barcelona since 1687.
It's no coincidence that Poble-sec has been given different names and nicknames in recent years. It could be said that it is one of Barcelona's most laid-back neighbourhoods so it's no surprise that the city's hipster set are making a beeline to live here. This authentic Barcelona neighbourhood was known as "little Paris" in the 1940s when it was a hotbed of fun and its cabarets, theatres, concert halls and bars were at the height of their popularity.
Barcelona has its own distinct melody. It sounds of the sea, of terraces full of people, of the wind blowing down from the mountains, of crowds and the Mediterranean. But if you want to hear its most lingering melody, you won't find it in the streets… you'll have to step inside one of the thousands of bars that resound with the sound of guitars, drums, basses and as many instruments as there are groups in the city.
In five short years, this curious invention, known as gin and tonic has conquered Barcelona's bars; so much so that bottles of gin fill their display cabinets and shelves. Their origins and blends are as varied as the combinations you'll find at the thousands of bars that specialise in serving them.
Making cocktails can be compared to symphony music because you have to be very precise if you want the mixture to attain the perfect harmony. You can't just mix for the sake of mixing; you have to mix with mathematical rigour and in-depth knowledge. If you want to visit some of the city's shrines to cocktails, keep on reading, sit at the bar and watch how the cocktail waiters in their uniforms perform magic in their laboratories.
If anything defines Catalonia, it's its vineyards which not only shape its landscape but the very essence of its nature, traditions and historic legacy. Just a short distance from Barcelona, 30 minutes by road, you can immerse yourself in the counties of Alt Penedès, Anoia, Baix Llobregat, Baix Penedès and Garraf, which make up the Penedès region, which is famed around the world for its wines and cavas.
Barcelona has become a referent in classical music at the European level thanks to a prestigious offer, a continuous program, and spectacular spaces that were designed to enjoy classical music at an exceptional level.
Barcelona is the perfect place to go shopping whether you're wanting to renew your wardrobe with clothes by leading brands, or want to browse shops with soul and take away some local products. As you wander through its streets, you'll find everything from fashions and hand-made items to decorative goods and gourmet produce. A love of design is part of the city's DNA so if you're interested in unique and inspiring shops, you've come to the right place.
Enjoying good wine in Barcelona is one of the activities you should not miss out on during your visit to the city. It is an experience to complement your discovery of the city's history and architectural heritage, along with its varied and diverse cultural offerings.
Barcelona is the city of contrasts. It is not big in comparison with different capital city, but very dynamic and international, calm but also very active. It has everything: beautiful architecture, cultural events, sea and finally I saw mountains with snow near Barcelona and decided that this is the best city in the world!
The Catalan Pyrenees are just two to four hours away from the cosmopolitan city of Barcelona. Their snow-clad picture-postcard landscape is a haven for lovers of snowboarding, Alpine and Nordic skiing, night skiing, snowshoeing, dog sleds, horse-drawn sleighs, snowmobiles, or, in a nutshell, snow addicts!
If you start to hear fire crackers going off and see bonfires blazing on the night of 23rd June, don't worry; you're about to discover the most magical night of the year.
Christmas is the time of year when families get together again, a time for Christmas fairs, lights, presents and good wishes. In Barcelona, we also celebrate traditions in a different and unique way. We put together Nativity scenes, we beat a log with a smiley face, known as the tió, until gifts pop out from under him, we are visited by the home dels Nassos, or man with the noses, who has as many noses as there are days of the year, and we eat a type of nougat called turrón and tubular wafers, known as neules,... Come and discover them!
The rose and the book are the centrepieces of the image created by the illustrator Magoz for Sant Jordi 2019. This is a new Turisme de Barcelona initiative that will feature a guest artist from a different country every year. Discover the true meaning of this day through the eyes of the Catalan designer.
Summer's here and the city is awash with things to do! Festivals, summer nights, tapas restaurants and terraces… Choose yours and enjoy!
Christmas is one of the most magical times of year, and Christmas in Barcelona is an unforgettable experience. Are your ready to discover all the traditions surrounding the festive season while you try Catalonia's most traditional dishes?
Turisme de Barcelona gives you the chance to give someone a solidarity rose designed by the illustrator Cinta Arribas, which will also include a donation to Barcelona's Hospital Clínic.
Look no further, because Barcelona has everything you want. This summer, the city has the best plans for the summer: more than 400 live concerts, international festivals, plans for the evenings so you can escape the heat and enjoy the peace and quiet of the night, cultural activities across the city, food to suit all tastes… and the sea, beaches, boulevards, gardens, shops… Welcome to the summer of your life.
Barcelona's fine weather and eclectic, cosmopolitan spirit make it one of the world's festival capitals. And we're not just talking about music but practically every artistic trend: literature, film, design, theatre, dance, food… Get ready to cool off with our great choice of culture, concerts and leisure attractions.
The golden hour begins, the sun is setting and the city become the focus of cultural, art and food-related events. These are the "Nits d'estiu" (Summer nights), an ambitious project that makes the city the go-to place for an unforgettable summer.
Celebrating Christmas is, in itself, an eagerly awaited event. But celebrating Christmas in Barcelona surpasses all expectations. Here are 10 enchanting reasons to come and visit. Enjoy Christmas in Barcelona: you'll remember it all year.
You can taste Christmas in Barcelona too. Traditional festive fare, both sweet and savoury, to suit every palate. The kitchens at the city's restaurants and hotels stay open and make the most of the season to prepare mouthwatering menus full of traditional Christmas dishes. You can sample specialities such as the broth with pasta shells and the meat cooked in the broth, escudella i carn d'olla, and cannelloni, and round off your meal with nougat, or turrón, and tubular wafers, known as neules, washed down with a glass of cava. Come and try them!
There's one day every year when travellers and visitors to Barcelona feel like they're on another planet. This is a day when Barcelona is suffused with a different atmosphere and it seems that everybody heads to the streets. So if you're planning on coming to Barcelona and your visit coincides with 23rd April, you're in luck! You'll experience the city on what is arguably the Barcelonians' most cherished day.
Sant Jordi (Saint George) is one of the Catalans'most important and best-loved festivals. In addition to commemorating the patron saint of Catalonia, Sant Jordi has become a day for celebrating culture, love and creativity reflected in the literature of books and their illustrations
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