Things to Do


Immerse yourself in Authentic Catalan Gastronomy with Sazón

Sponsored Post Are you thinking about what to eat for dinner? Or where to eat the best Paella in Barcelona? Sazón The Folk Cook extends an invitation to embark on an exceptional culinary adventure to discover secret food sites in Barcelona like a local and taste exquisite dishes in the warmth of homes where mothers […]

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Mirador Torre Glòries

Torre Glòries, formerly known as Torre Agbar, is a skyscraper of 144 metres in Barcelona’s Sant Martí district. The building was designed and built by Jean Nouvel and b720 Arquitectos. An large installation called Cloud Cities Barcelona by Argentine artist Tomás Saraceno hangs above visitors. Ildefons Cerdà, the urban planner who designed the Eixample district, […]

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CLUBHAUS is an all-day hangout where co-creation happens, inspired by amigos, fueled by the three things that keep us alive: food art play. FOOD AND ART. The multi-conceptual space in El Born is housed in an impressive 19th century building and includes two restaurants, three bars, a karaoke room, a games area and a room […]

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Classic Sail Barcelona

Classic Sail Barcelona has been offering 3-hour day trips on the iconic sailboat “Gemini” since 2010. Gemini is a beautiful wooden classic yacht, built in 1947. Groups number from 1 to 7 people. The layout of the boat offers a large deck area to occupy, separate from the cockpit and the skipper, Dave. Children up […]

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Rack and Return: WSET Courses in Barcelona

* Rack and Return recently launched online wine courses, learn more here * Are you a wine aficionado, an oenophile, living in or visiting Barcelona? If so, you must learn about Rack and Return and their fantastic courses and events! Rack and Return is a school founded in 2019 by wine loving friends Fintan Kerr […]

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Barcelona y Flamenco

Flamenco is an art-form based on folkloric music traditions of southern Spain; primarily from Andalusia, but also with roots in Extremadura and Murcia. It combines baile (dance) with cante (singing) and toque (musicianship). In 2010, UNESCO included flamenco on its List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Barcelona y Flamenco is the most famous flamenco production in Barcelona. Events are […]

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CeleBreak: Play Amateur Football in Barcelona

CeleBreak was launched in 2014 by brothers Daniel and Sebastian Foth and their cousin Gabriel Fustero Fernández. The football loving family team organizes daily football sessions, football leagues and different tournaments for amateur players in Barcelona and its surrounding areas. Daily Pick-Up Football Daily Pick-Up Football Sessions allow you to join whenever you want and pay […]

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El Molino

El Molino (the mill) is a theatre and concert hall on Parallel Avenue in Poble Sec, a neighborhood historically known for the performing arts. It opened in 1898 under the name of Aviary Catalana. In 1910 the name to changed to Petit Moulin Rouge, but with the arrival of the Franco dictatorship in 1939, the […]

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