A visit to Barcelona’s myriad of awesome sights can certainly take a toll on one’s wallet, so here are a few ways to get to know the Catalan city without burning all of your spending money.
Category: Top Attractions
April 16, 2013
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.
March 26, 2013
While there may be loads to see and do in the city of Barcelona itself, no trip would be complete without a visit to its shoreline. Here are few of the city’s most famous beaches worth a sandy stroll.
March 19, 2013
Few moments in the year hold more promise than spring in Barcelona: As the weather warms up, the city emerges from its winter hibernation, and so do all the activities that come along with it.
February 19, 2013
February 5, 2013
With attractions spread out from the waterside Olympic Port to the hillside Park Güell, Barcelona isn’t always easily conquerable by foot. Here are a few ways to get around Spain’s second-largest city so that you get more out of your visit.
January 8, 2013
From Guadí, to Picasso, Miró and more, Barcelona has long been an artistic playground. So when visiting Spain’s second-largest city be sure to take a tour of a few of the city’s most creatively inspired spots.
December 21, 2012
Come wintertime, warm weather might be in short supply in Barcelona, but there’s definitely no lack of things to do. From celebrations, to skiing, here are a few ideas to keep your chilly Spanish holiday filled with good times.
October 2, 2012
The Gothic Quarter is the oldest part of Barcelona and retains its medieval layout of narrow crisscrossing streets and squares in which awe-inspiring churches are crammed. No trip to Barcelona is complete without really exploring this lively mix of history and contemporary life.
September 18, 2012
Barcelona is the capital of the Catalan region of Spain and is the second largest city in Spain after Madrid. It’s a lively, historic city with stunning architecture, great food and entrancing street life.