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Things to do in Barcelona

  • Benidorm Bar

    This dark and industrial bar is located on El Raval's most happening bar-lined street. More
  • Biciclot Marítim

    Enjoy a different perspective of Barcelona from the saddle of a five-speed bike with the help of Biciclot Marítim, a nonprofit bike co-operative fo... More
  • Bogatell

    Situated near the Olympic Port, Bogatell beach provides a more laid-back environment than nearby Barceloneta beach, which is typically packed with ... More
  • Born-Ribera

    What used to be the heart of the city (El Born) and the waterfront district (La Ribera) is now Born-Ribera, a haven for hip taverns, boisterous res... More
  • Bubó

    Pick up the sweet-savory pan-con-tomate bonbons from Willy Wonka–like pâtissier Carles Mampel. More
  • Café de la Princesa

    This 14th-century stone palace houses the minimalist dresses and suits of Barcelona designer Julie Sohn (think Jil Sander with an Asian twist), and... More
  • Camisería Pons

    This 100-year-old clothing store stocks a slew of Catalán designers for women and men (including Josep Abril's impeccable linen shirts). Look for t... More
  • Carolina Herrera, Barcelona

    Red awnings branded with a large “CH” mark the entrance to this Eixample district shop, which sells fashions from eponymous designer Carolina Herre... More
  • Carpe Diem Lounge Club

    Seize the day (or make that the night), with a typically late supper of Asian-accented Mediterranean fare followed by a spin on the busy dance floo... More
  • Casa Batlló

    Join the Gaudi gawkers in front of the architect's surreal Casa Batlló. More
  • Casa Gispert

    Nibble on plump pistachios and Marcona almonds roasted at the 1850’s shop. More
  • Casas International

    Located on the Ramblas, Casas Internacional is one of Barcelona’s most popular vendors of designer footwear. The store’s inventory is mostly Italia... More
  • Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona

    Ask a sophisticated Barcelona native where he'll be this weekend, and the answer is often the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB). ... More
  • Cereria Subirà

    Cereria Subirà claims to be the oldest shop in all of Barcelona, although no one can agree on when exactly it was founded, and it hasn’t always sol... More
  • Complementos Carmina Rotger

    With more than 30 years of experience in the jewelry industry, Carmina Rotger is Barcelona’s top authority on accessories, and her shop is a go-to ... More

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