About Kelsey Wilson

California native turned Barcelona resident and enthusiast as of July 2013. As living as essentially a tourist in the city, I take full advantage to live as though on an extended, semi-permanent holiday . By this, I mean dining on both local and international cuisine, attending day festivals, visiting outside-the-box tourist attractions, seeing lesser-known parts of Barcelona, and finding hidden gems. As my time in Barcelona accumulates, my love for the city grows exponentially. With hat being said, I would love to share some of my favorite places, spaces, sights, restaurants and activities so that you can appreciate all that it has to offer.

Autumn in Barcelona is the City at its Finest

October and November are two magical months for our beloved city of Barcelona.  There are sweets to eat, events to be attended, exhibitions to be seen, and so much more.  Make the most of the greatest happenings this fall.  We’ve Continue reading

Torre Agbar: Barcelona’s Most Eye-Catching Nighttime Attraction

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What, might you ask, is that gigantic spaceship-like building protruding into Barcelona’s skyline?  French architect Jean Nouvel’s Torre Agbar is, to this date, the 3rd tallest building in Barcelona , has become an iconic symbol of the city and one of Continue reading

Clean Eating Restaurant: The Juice House


Proudly following the clean eating philosophy, The Juice House of the Sant Antoni neighborhood offers some of the best, healthiest food you’ll find in Barcelona.  Having been open for still under a year, it’s already earned itself an honorable reputation Continue reading

The Top 5 Terraces in Town!


One of the best ways to get stunning views of our wonderful architecture is to take advantage of one of the many pristine rooftop terraces.  During the summer, there are events and special drink with tapas offers, depending on the day. Continue reading

Festa Major in Raval This Weekend!


Each neighborhood in Barcelona throughout the summer celebrates a party that lasts anywhere from around seven to nine days (and occasionally more). During these days, you wouldn’t be able to begin to imagine the amount of events put on, participants, and Continue reading

Cruilla: A Crossing of Talented Artists

“Cruilla”, meaning crossroads in Catalan, defines itself as a festival for a diverse blend of artists coming from many backgrounds and styles of music.  Its headliners include Kendrick Lamar, alongside reggae legend Damian Marley and long-time rock favorites Franz Ferdinand. Continue reading

Poblenou Craft Beer Fair This Weekend!

Mala Gissona is one of the most popular craft breweries in the north of Spain.

“La Fira de Cerveses del Poblenou” heads into its fourth edition after much success the past couple of years.  In the open air of the beautiful and calm park of Poblenou, a neighborhood just north of the city center, you Continue reading

Human Towers Representative of Catalan Identity

  Human towers, or “Castells” in Catalan, are castles carefully constructed by its participants stretching as high as 10 stories with a small child to top it off. Human towers are a typical Catalan tradition that started in the 18th century in Valls, near Continue reading