Springtime, PicnicTime!

Barcelona’s most pleasant arrival of spring in a few short weeks comes along with longer days, more hours of sunshine, and all the more people out and about to take in the sunshine.  Though our beaches are a standout point Continue reading

Explore the Quaint Beach Village of Sitges

For stays more than just a couple of days in our lovely city of Barcelona, it’s wise to take advantage of neighboring villages and towns.  The beauty of being perfectly situated on the Mediterranean coast comes with countless travel perks. Continue reading

Iconic Modernism at Gaudí’s La Pedrera

Another one of Gaudí’s renowned works having left its mark on Passeig de Gracia is undoubtedly La Pedrera.  Commonly referred to  as “Casa Milà,”  Gaudí’s masterpiece was constructed over the course of six years, with its initiation in 1906.  It is arguably one Continue reading

Gaudí’s Attention to Detail Defines Casa Batlló

Resting on Passeig de Gràcia just a few blocks up from Plaça Catalunya, Casa Batlló is one of our most treasured landmarks left behind from the modernism movement.  It is one of the two stunning buildings that Gaudi left his mark on that rest on Continue reading

Gothic Quarter’s Cathedral a Symbol of Barcelona’s Past

It’s hard to miss the looming Cathedral of the Gothic Quarter stretching 90 meters into the air.  The “Catedral de la Santa Cruz y Santa Eulalia”, more commonly known as the Barcelona Cathedral or Saint Eulalia, is our second most Continue reading

10 Reasons to Visit Barcelona in the Winter

Choosing our sunny Mediterranean city for your winter escape may be one of the wisest decisions you could make.  Not only is Barcelona a great place to be year-round, but the winter in particular offers its own set of advantages.  The Continue reading

One of Europe’s Best: The CosmoCaixa Science Museum

Most holidays to Barcelona surely include visits to the Barceloneta, taking tapas routes, strolls through the Gothic Quarter, and seeing a bit of Gaudi’s works.  An added a visit to the CosmoCaixa science museum would surely be a pleasant surprise.  Consisting of both temporary Continue reading