When it comes to seafood, Spain is one of the best gourmet destinations. Many people love it but are afraid of the prices. We have the perfect solution for this problem: La Paradeta.
Another sign that shows the Summer arrived in Barcelona is “Cinema a la fresca” (Open Air Cinema). It takes place during July in the gardens of the Montjuic Castle, a wonderful venue. On the way up you will enjoy a great view over the city.
En Ville is our favorite pick for a relaxed lunch in the old town. It is located in Raval, not far from Ramblas. The decoration reminds us of the 20’s with two semi-open spaces, wicker chairs, marble and wooden tables and a variety of plants and flowers. The mirrored walls reflect a quaint old fireplace under a vaulted ceiling.
No other club in Barcelona represents so well the arrival of the summer like La Terrraza (Please note the triple R when you talk to your taxi driver )
The Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família (“Expiatory Church of the Holy Family”), often simply called the Sagrada Família, is a massive, privately-funded Roman Catholic church that has been under construction in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain since 1882 and is not expected to be complete until at least 2026.
Barcelona has a mild continental climate. The city is protected by Collserola mountain and the mediterranean breeze, these two factors prevent below zero temperatures during the winter and therefore it is very unlikely to see snow in the city.
We love unique bars and La Plata is undoubtly one of the most special places in the Old town.