The sandy beaches in Barcelona are one of the main draws to the Mediterranean city and with over 300 sunny days a year, it’s likely you’ll be basking in the sunshine while you’re there. So choose an apartment in Barcelona near the beach to make the most of the stunning Spanish coastline.
Nothing cures the January blues quite like booking your next adventure. But where will you be going? From sun-drenched beach breaks to picturesque city trips, this is your guide to where to go in 2020 and when.
Even though the main eating trend in Barcelona involves settling down for a meal at 10pm, there is still a thriving brunch scene in the Catalan capital. So whether you’re fuelling up for a day of sightseeing or looking for something to cure a hazy head, here are the best brunches in Barcelona.
This large boulevard which runs through the city centre is the beating heart of Barcelona and often the first port of call for visitors to the Catalan capital. So if you’re looking for a luxury long term rental in Barcelona, check out these which are near La Rambla.
While Catalan wine might not be as well-known as other Spanish variations, it’s still some of the best in the country, so there are lots of fabulous wine bars to visit in Barcelona. Here are 9 of the best, as chosen by our All Luxury experts.
Barcelona has cemented itself as one of Europe’s most liveable cities in the past few years, with an influx of expats to the Catalan capital. Discover 8 luxury long term rentals in Barcelona that will make you feel like a trendy local.
Barcelona is blessed with an average of 2,524 hours of sunshine every year so to make the most of the Catalan sun, it’s good to book a luxury long term rental with a terrace or outdoor space. Here are 10 of our favourites.
Here is your ultimate guide to finding fun things to do in Barcelona in Summer.