Torre Bellesguard

Most visitors to Barcelona have heard of Antoni Gaudí’s iconic works, such as Casa Mila, Casa Batlló, La Sagrada Família and Palau Güell. The lesser known Torre Bellesguard, still privately owned and lived in, sits in the exclusive Sarrià-Sant Gervasi neighborhood, perched in the upper reaches of the city. The name Bellesguard, meaning ‘beautiful view’ in Catalan, is said to have come … Read more

Once Upon a Time

Established in 2013 and located on the elegant Carrer Mandri, Once Upon a Time has a Parisian feel in both its decor and cuisine. Initially a tearoom, it has expanded to offer breakfast, brunch, lunch, tea and dinner. The decor uses retro and vintage furniture to create a casual and cozy atmosphere. Cuisine is contemporary and healthy with … Read more