A popular local restaurant and bar close to Picasso Museum in a historic district of Barcelona.
A traditional catalan market where vendors spend hours on presentation deserves a closer look.
The 18th century tradition of building human skyscrapers is still alive and kicking in Barcelona.
The temple's design is so intricate that the construction still continues after nearly 125 years.
Gaudi, charming medieval neighborhoods, and the night life of this vibrant city.
Where else can you take a walk in the park while appreciating Gaudi's masterpieces?
Learn how to ride the local train in Barcelona.
See the festive side of Barcelona on St John's (Sant Joan) Day.
Noon lunches? Bad idea in Barcelona. Few other customs and etiquette tips for Barcelona.
Learn how to say sorry and other common phrases in Barcelona.
Gothic buildings, ancient fortified walls, narrow alleys - it's best to lose yourself here.
Galician seafood cuisine and wine at this tapas place in Gothic Quarter.
Four tapas and a unique way to drink wine at this local favorite.
Barcelona loves chocolate. Check out a designer chocolate shop, a chocolate school, and a museum.
A popular seafood restaurant with a unique way of ordering food.
Buy yourself a scorpion lollipop or other unusual insect treats at this insect stall.
A family run rental apartment located in Barcelona's Born district.
Take a tour of the top 10 attractions of Barcelona, Spain.
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