As home to one of Spain’s most surreal sights — the Salvador Dalí Museum — the town of Figueres is among Barcelona’s top day-trip destinations. Before Dalí’s fame, though, Figueres was just like any other village, settled along a river. Figueres (meaning “fig trees,” given that they used to grow abundantly in the region), was infamously hit [...]
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Few regions in the world can boast more culinary acclaim than that of Spain’s Catalonia, and no place showcases this better than the Catalan capital of Barcelona. From morning until night, here is a food lovers guide to Barcelona that has the stops you should make to experience some of the best flavors that the [...]
There are few better ways to dive head-first into the culture of a country than to embrace its national sporting obsession. In a country like Spain, that means going to a soccer game – and in Barcelona, that means heading directly for FC Barcelona’s stadium, no questions asked.
Walking down Barcelona’s famous shopping street Passeig de Gracia, you’ll come across more than just stores, but also one of the city’s most iconic structures: La Pedrera. With an undulating façade decorated with leafy-like wrought-iron balconies, it’s a sight to be seen both inside, outside and from above.
As Spain’s second-largest city, you can bet that shopping options in Barcelona are many. So in between checking out its most famous sights, consider scoping out a few of these spots to do some of your travel spending.