Tips and Articles for Barcelona

David Cicconi

A new study by the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy found that Paris is city most accessible via public transit. ... Read More

A Norwegian airfare sale first announced last week by the Airfare Spot has just gotten even sweeter, with prices dropping as low as $303 for a round... Read More

Low-cost carrier Norwegian Air will now start operating flights to Barcelona, Spain, from four cities in the United States. ... Read More

Every August in one of Barcelona’s most celebrated neighborhoods, locals and travelers fill Gracia’s storied streets for the annual Festa Major de... Read More

This Christmas, look beyond the wassail and hot chocolate and find inspiration for an incredible cocktail party with drinks from around the world.... Read More

Travelers who find themselves in Spain during the Christmas season will discover another side of the country. Regional traditions (like... Read More

This morning, the Airfare Spot found ridiculously low fares to cities across Spain from Philadelphia, Dallas, or Miami. ... Read More

Barcelona is looking to turn 60 percent of its streets into green spaces for pedestrians. ... Read More

Two months after a successful first-run, the world’s largest cruise ship took its maiden voyage today, less than a week ahead of the inaugural... Read More

I am sitting next to Jacques Pépin, Oceania’s executive culinary director, eyeing his escargots à la Bourguignonne. The dish is drawing ecstatic murmurs... Read More

You may not know it by the weather, but spring is actually here. Which means your summer vacation (should be) right around the corner. ... Read More

Maps are great for locating points of interest, determining the distance between two hot spots, and getting the overall lay of the land. But, one... Read More

This port city is home to all things hip, cool, and delicious—so the best things to do in Barcelona are culturally rich, maybe even avant-garde.... Read More

The city of Barcelona is a perennially popular vacation spot, and for a good reason—it’s got some of the prettiest shorelines in Europe, plus the... Read More

As one of the world's premier destinations for food-lovers, it goes without saying that Barcelona is home to an abundance of gourmet restaurants. What... Read More

Tara Penke, from Santa Barbara, California, has lived in Barcelona since 2002. Five years ago, she and her Chilean husband, Jaime, opened a restaurant... Read More

More than 100 years since kicking off construction, the Sagrada Familia's build-time finally has an end in sight. According to Elle Decor, the... Read More

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Not so long ago, many of Barcelona’s prime art galleries were clustered around the junction of the major thoroughfares Rambla de Catalunya and Carrer... Read More

First it was Milan's Bar Luce, and now there's a new space that will extend your Wes Anderson-themed vacation all the way to Barcelona. The Margot... Read More

Ironically Barcelona’s—and indeed the world’s—largest Art Nouveau complex is often overlooked by architecture lovers who come to the Catalan capital... Read More

Fulfilling one of her many controversial campaign promises, Ada Colau, Barcelona's new left-leaning mayor, last week announced a one-year moratorium on... Read More

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