7 Most Historic Bars in Barcelona

Bar Marsella (1820) The mythical Bar Marsella (above) has been in business for almost 100 years. Since 1820, it has been serving a colorful crowd of artists, bohemians, rogues and villians. Hemingway was known visit for an absenta (absinthe) and the ‘green fairy’ spirit is still served at the bar to this day. Drinks are … Read more

Bodega 1900

Bodega 1900

Photos: moitorne.com  Albert Adrià’s Bodega 1900 recalls the cherished local tradition of Sunday vermouth. Opened in 2013, Bodega 1900 is directed by Ferran Soler in the kitchen and by Leo Vinitzki in the dining room. Situated across the street from Tickets Bar, Bodega 1900 is one of six projects that Albert Adrià has in Barcelona’s Poble Sec … Read more

6 Hikes in Collserola and Beyond

Collserola is the largest metropolitan park in the world, 8 times larger than the Bois de Boulogne in Paris, and 22 times larger than Central Park in New York. Living in Barcelona, this expanse of unspoiled nature is just a short metro ride away.

BIG IF 5

Barcelona’s biggest comedy event is back! This November 7th to 10th you will have the chance to see some of the world’s best improv comedians on stage right here in Barcelona at The BIG IF.

Best Barcelona Apps 2019

Supercharge your Barcelona experience with these powerful mobile apps. These apps either have a strong presence in Barcelona, are based here or both. With everything from dating to apartment shopping to taxi apps we’ve got it covered. Transport Apps: Taxis, Metro, Ride Sharing and Delivery TMB App This app is a useful reference for getting … Read more

Niño Viejo

Niño Viejo specializes in urban street dishes of Mexico, with delicious homemade tacos, antojitos and tortas as protagonists. The cocktail bar has an array of powerful concoctions where tequila and mezcal play a starring role. The restaurant was formed with the guidance of Albert Adrià and Paco Méndez, while chef Hugo Candeias leads the kitchen and … Read more