Barcelona Skateboarding Guide

Barcelona is widely known as the top skateboarding city in the world and as a mecca for the sport. While Los Angeles is the birthplace of modern skateboarding, Barcelona’s skateboarding culture started to explode after the 1992 Summer Olympics, which modernised and transformed the city.

Free Museum Days in Barcelona

Many of Barcelona’s best museums offer free entry once a month, including the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (MNAC), Museu Picasso and Museu d’Història de Barcelona (MUHBA). Find out which museums you can visit for free and when to go.

Interview with Carlos Pierre of Badi

Carlos Pierre is the founder and CEO of Badi, a new generation AI-powered rental marketplace. With +3M users, Badi connects tenants and landlords through matchmaking and allows anyone to post, search, chat and rent securely in record time.

Worldcoo Barcelona

Interview with Worldcoo

Worldcoo was founded in 2012 as a new way to fund social, cooperative and development projects. The Barcelona based company has now grown to facilitate funding of a wide range of non-governmental organization (NGO) projects through e-commerce, banks, restaurants and retailers.

Watch ‘Barcelona. A Day. A Life.’ (A Short Film by Ben Holbrook)

The worst thing about lockdown has been not being able to visit my beloved Barcelona. I miss it all: the beaches, the crazy random moments, the vino, the fiestas! The best thing about lockdown life, however, has been having time to go back through content I never published. Going through my archives, I found thousands … Read more

Parc de Torreblanca

This beautiful urban park sits at a junction between Sant Juan Despí, Sant Just Desvern and Sant Feliu de Llobregat. The land was occupied by an estate during the Middle Ages and the name of the park is derived from a defense tower that stood where its labyrinth now lies.