Tips and Articles for Barcelona

David Cicconi

You don’t have to settle for vanilla any longer.A sweet, frosty ice cream cone is a quintessential dessert, but if you’re an adventurous foodie, you... Read More

Thanksgiving is one of the busiest times to fly in America as hordes of people head home for some turkey, stuffing — maybe a pumpkin spice latte? —... Read More

As always, with Saturday barbecues, backyard parties, and beach weekends, summer is moving along quickly. The good news for travel fans is that... Read More

There’s nothing reasonable about NYC rent. On average, New Yorkers pay over $4,000 a month for a modest space, according to data pulled by RENT Café, an... Read More

When it comes to the best European cities in readers’ eyes, one nation reigns supreme. For the third year running, Italy has dominated the top urban... Read More

The hotels T+L readers prefer when visiting Barcelona span the traditional and the contemporary. Two entries in our Top 5 are sleek glass-and-steel... Read More

After drinking on velvet furniture in dark lounges all winter, we’re ready for spritzy cocktails in sunny bars with the best views of skylines and... Read More

As you head into your fourth decade here on Earth, you're wiser, savvier, and likely equipped with more disposable income. So it's... Read More

It was my first time to Barcelona, and apart from doing all the requisite touristy things — visiting La Sagrada Familia, wandering around Parc... Read More

On a quiet edge of El Born, workers unhurriedly set up tables outside the Santa Caterina Market as a pair of abuelas saunter in, discussing their... Read More

Barcelona’s famously unfinished Sagrada Familia church has agreed to pay $41 million to city authorities after it was found to be lacking a... Read More

When it comes to the crème de la crème of recording studios, music lovers will recognize names like Abbey Road, Electric Lady, and Motown as places... Read More

As you amble down the streets of Barcelona in search of a late lunch, tired from a packed morning of being a tourist, you may be hoping to relax with a... Read More

Traveling to Europe and the Caribbean this fall or winter is looking like a bargain.Norwegian Air is having a sale on one-way flights to popular... Read More

On Tuesday, passengers were forced to flee a Ryanair flight moments before takeoff after a phone charger burst into flames in the cabin.According to the... Read More

If you haven’t heard buzz about MSC Cruises yet, it’s only a matter of time. This brand — the fourth-largest cruise line in the world, by capacity,... Read More

As the Northeast’s interminable winter rages into spring, we’re already looking for ways to extend our summer fun. Running away to Spain this fall... Read More

Many travelers might assume that everyone's bucket list includes Paris, New York City, and other famous tourist spots. However, the destinations that... Read More

Exotic vacations don’t need to be expensive.Travelers who want to escape this winter can opt for a vacation a bit off the beaten path. Quicken found... Read More

Just in time for the summer travel season, Americans can fly to two of Europe's premiere tourist destinations for less than $150, thanks to a new budget... Read More

As turmoil grows over the recent independence vote in the region of Catalonia, the city of Barcelona has seen a sharp decline in tourism.Flight... Read More

In an increasingly confusing diplomatic situation, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy asked the president of Catalonia to clarify whether or not the... Read More

Recent headlines of violence in Barcelona may have emerged as a shock to many travelers. But the confrontation between voters and police was the... Read More

UPDATED Aug 21, 1:31 p.m. EDTThe suspected driver of the van that pummeled through Barcelona Thursday, killing 13 people, has been shot dead,... Read More

Solo travel is becoming an increasingly popular choice for travelers, according to data from Airbnb.The home booking site revealed that the... Read More

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