The More, The Merrier: Top Restaurants for Groups in Barcelona

restaurants for groups in Barcelona

With its warm, welcoming culture and party-ready vibes, Barcelona is the perfect place for your next gathering! Spanish and Catalan cultures both place a huge emphasis on getting together with the people who matter most. Throw in some seriously spectacular food, and you’ve got all the makings of a fabulous shindig none of your guests […]

What to do in Barcelona in January 2019

One of the most popular events in Barcelona in January is the Three Kings' Parade! Kids and adults alike love this festive celebration on January 5.

This blog post was originally posted on December 9, 2014, and was updated on December 3, 2018. Christmas has come and gone, but Barcelona isn’t slowing down anytime soon as the new year kicks in. The first week of January is full of Reyes celebrations (more on that in a bit), but that’s not all. […]

How to Relax in Barcelona: Our 5 Favorite Lazy-Day Activities

Relax in Barcelona with a crisp glass of cava (preferably enjoyed in good company at a rooftop bar!).

It’s easy to get caught up in checking all of Barcelona’s most iconic sights off your list. However, some of your most rewarding time here in the Catalan capital will be spent taking it easy and enjoying some much-needed R&R. You’re on vacation, after all—might as well enjoy it! If you’re wondering how locals relax […]

Responsible Travel in Barcelona Infographic

Responsible travel in Barcelona is more important than ever. This infographic shows how to respect local culture and have a rewarding, authentic experience when you visit. #Spain #Barcelona #Catalonia #travel #responsibletravel

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How to Be a Good Tourist: Barcelona Edition

Practice responsible travel in Barcelona by booking a small group or private tour rather than joining one of the large groups trailing behind an umbrella-wielding guide.

Don’t miss the rest of our responsible tourism guides: MADRID | SEVILLE | SAN SEBASTIAN | LISBON Barcelona welcomed a whopping 32 million tourists in 2017! On one hand, we’re thrilled and thankful that so many people have loved our city enough to come visit. Barcelona is quickly becoming one of Europe’s most popular destinations, […]

What to do in Barcelona in December 2018

If you're visiting Barcelona in December, you absolutely can't miss the opportunity to walk around and check out the city's gorgeous displays of Christmas lights.

This blog post was originally posted on November 26, 2014 and was updated on November 3, 2018. The holiday season has officially arrived here in Barcelona, and we can’t wait to share our favorite winter traditions with you! The festive fun brings a new sense of magic to the streets of the Catalan capital. If […]

Where to Eat Dinner on New Year’s Eve in Barcelona in 2018

New Year's Eve in Barcelona means plenty of wine! That's what you'll find at Monvinic, home to one of our favorite holiday menus.

This blog post was originally posted on December 15, 2015, and was updated on October 23, 2018. New Year’s Eve in Barcelona isn’t complete without a perfect holiday meal. If you’re wondering where, exactly, you can find one, you’ve come to the right place! There are plenty of great restaurants here in the Catalan capital serving […]

Where to Find Luggage Storage in Barcelona

There are plenty of great options for luggage storage in Barcelona, including several in the central Gothic Quarter.

Don’t let the weight of extra baggage (literally!) keep you from spending even more time exploring Barcelona! So you’ve arrived in Barcelona early and can’t check into your hotel yet, or you’ve already checked out but plan on exploring the city some more before heading to your next destination. The only problem: what can you […]

What to Do on New Year’s Eve in Barcelona in 2018

The 12 midnight grapes are a key part of celebrating New Year's Eve in Barcelona. Can you eat yours before the clock finishes chiming?

This blog post was originally posted on December 14, 2015 and was updated on October 18, 2018. There’s no better place to party than Barcelona—especially on New Year’s Eve. From traditional sit-down dinners at home with the whole family, to all-out ragers in the city’s hottest nightclubs, there’s something for everyone to enjoy on New […]

A Love Letter to the Harvest Season

Some beautiful white wine grapes fresh off the vine in southern Spain.

Have you ever been to a winery during harvest season? It’s an intense, magical time where the carefully-laid plans of the entire year hinge around a crucial few weeks, and the atmosphere is charged with expectation. After a long winter of pruning, plowing and fertilizing, followed by the potentially devastating storms and frosts of spring […]