Oxford House

Oxford House offers affordable Spanish language classes in central Barcelona.

Bar Marsella

Dating back to 1820 Bar Marsella is said to be Barcelona’s first bar and has been frequented by the likes of Picasso and Hemingway. Located in the seedy heart of El Raval the bar is known for its absinthe and tattered antique interior, which appears to not have changed for at least 100 years.

MEAM European Museum of Modern Art

MEAM: European Museum of Modern Art

Focused on figurative painting and sculpture of the 20th and 21st Centuries, MEAM is owned by The Foundation of Arts and Artists. The museum is housed in the Gomis Palace, in the heart of El Born neighborhood. Artists represented include Kim Castells, Dani Rovira and Antoni Bofill. Address: Barra de Ferro, 5  Barcelona 08003 Website: www.meam.es

Hotel Casa Fuster

The historic five star Casa Fuster hotel was originally built in 1908 by Spanish Catalan architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner, influential within Modernisme Català and the Catalan Art Nouveau/Jugendstil movement.

Cadaqués

Cadaqués is a former fishing village set on a bay in the middle of the Cap de Creus peninsula on Spain’s Costa Brava.

Tossa De Mar

Tossa De Mar

Tossa de Mar is located on the Girona coast, about half way between the city of Barcelona and the French border. Only about 100 kilometers from Barcelona, the drive to Tossa de Mar takes less than two hours, making it a popular weekend escape. The town has a rich history dating back to the  Neolithic period and … Read more

La Bombeta

La Bombeta is renowned as one of the best tapas restaurants in Barcelona. While just around the corner from Passeig de Joan de Borbó and the strip of tourist filled restaurants La Bombeta retains an authentic and charming atmosphere of the neighborhood, Barceloneta, formerly a fishing village. Bombas are potato “bombs” with meat filling and … Read more