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Where to Eat Some of the Best Tapas in Barcelona

The one thing that Barcelona has no shortage of is restaurants. Whether you’re looking for a casual tapas bar or an upscale eatery, there are so many delicious choices to pick from! There is a lot of diversity in cuisine and styles of dining, like tapas, pinchos, or set daily menus. If you’re looking to…

What to Do in Barcelona to Experience the Best of the City

If you haven’t visited Barcelona yet, it’s time to put this magical city at the top of your list! It’s one of the largest cities in Spain and one of the country’s most-visited. A surprising mix of historical and modern, traditional and unique, Barcelona is a city that prides itself on these things. With so…

4 Catalan Cavas That Will Blow Your Mind

This post is a contribution of our good friend Zoltan Csaba Nagy, a Transylvanian sommelier, writer, journalist and food guide at Food Lover Tour, living in Barcelona since 2010. For many people, cava is the exclusive drink of the summer. The subtle tingling in the nose caused by cavas is the anticipation of a pleasant evening…

Brewpubs in Barcelona as seen by a Belgian Brewer

The author of this post, Alex Lazarowicz, is the founder of Barna-Brew, a new brewpub in Sant Antoni, Barcelona. Falling for Belgian beers and for Barcelona, he made the journey to unite the two through Barna-Brew. Although the craft beer scene has been booming for a number of years in Barcelona, it is the proliferation…

30 CRAFT BREWERIES YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT IN BARCELONA

If you’re a craft beer lover and miss a good, refreshing and familiar taste while you visit Barcelona, don’t get all nostalgic! Barcelona has plenty of amazing craft breweries with traditional and creative choices including all sorts of ALE, IPA, lager, stout, wheat, pilsner and so on. Some of them are both breweries and bars…

10 Great Places for Vermouth in Barcelona

¿Dónde hacemos el vermut? In Spain, vermouth has become a synonym for any aperitif served with tapas (appetizers) and thus the common expression “let’s meet for vermouth” (quedemos para el vermut or hagamos un vermut). By the way, this is vermouth 🙂 Here are a few tried and trusted spots for great vermouth in Barcelona:

Barcelona Beaches: Bathing and Swimming Season 2017

Barcelona’s wide beaches are one of the biggest recreational hotspots for locals and visitors alike with excellent amenities and services along 5 kilometres. They’re easily accessible by public transport and for people with reduced mobility. BATHING AND SWIMMING SEASON CALENDAR Mid-beach Season From 8 to 17 April and weekends; May, until Sunday 28; from 18…

2016 Sitges Film Festival key figures

  The Sitges Film Festival (Catalan: Festival Internacional de Cinema Fantàstic de Catalunya) is a Spanish film festival and one of the world’s foremost international festivals specializing in fantasy and horror films. Established in 1968, the festival normally takes place every year in early October in the coastal resort of Sitges, 34 kilometers West-South-West of…

La Mercè 2016 Festival – Main Events & Program

La Mercè 2016 Festival – Main Events & Program La Mercè 2016 Program in English (PDF) La Mercè is the biggest annual festival in Barcelona, honoring the Virgin of Grace (Mare de Déu de la Mercè in Catalan), patron saint of the archdiocese of Barcelona and co-patroness of the city, along with Saint Eulàlia. Although…

5 Best Barcelona Food Markets

About Barcelona Food Markets For a real Food Lover it is quite a MUST to experience at least a few of the top Barcelona food markets. The smell of freshest seafood, the exotic fruits you have probably never seen before and the beauty of the colourful vegetables will satisfy anyone’s dreams of a Spanish food…