Perhaps the most famous dishes from Spanish cuisine, there is no place like Carrer Blai for Tapas and Pintxos, a must-try when visiting Barcelona. Just one minute away from our beautiful boutique hotel, the tapas and pintxos street, Carrer Blai is a street where you find so many tapas restaurants where they serve you these delicious meals. You know when it’s good when it’s full of local people that go there and have an aperitif with a drink or vermouth at a really cheap price!
Right after the Halloween holidays, the Christmas spirit starts to invade us, with stores putting up the decorations and offering the traditional seasonal sweets. At the same time, the street lights are hanging, waiting to lighten up the cold winter nights. Some people think every year comes earlier and should go one holiday at a time. If you love the most magical season of the year, you’re probably in the best city to spend this year’s holidays. Poble Espanyol will become a giant advent calendar to make this year’s the most magical Christmas of all!
The Picasso Museum is the reference space to contemplate, learn and understand the art of the Malaga painter Pablo Picasso. The permanent collection includes more than 4,000 works that review all its phases, making it ideal to understand and admire the evolution of the Spanish genius. It is the largest collection of artworks by the artist in any other museum.
Barcelona is full of historical monuments and buildings. One of such buildings is Casa Batlló, a building located at Passeig de Gràcia, the center of Barcelona. Not only will you be able to find a great hotel in Barcelona center, but you have this elegantly built structure reflecting the history of the city.
If you are going on tour to Europe and intend to travel to Spain, your itinerary must include a visit to Barcelona due to its magnificent art, history, and architecture. As a matter of fact, considerable emphasis is put on the summer solstice in Catalunya. The summer solstice referred to the most short-lived night of the year and is observed as a public holiday. You would never miss the feast of San Juan during this shortest night while touring Barcelona. Read More
If you are making a plan to tour Spain, don’t miss out on the International Museum Day in Barcelona. Your tour itinerary must include the thrilling and zestful expedition of the city of Barcelona. It is full of history, tradition, culture, attractions, and wonderful museums. Read More
If you are making a plan to tour Spain, never miss visiting the Mercat Santa Caterina and its neighborhood. If you are at the Barcelona Cathedral, you can view a brightly colored and oscillated roof, fascinating like insects to striking and beautiful flowers. This is the Mercat Santa Caterina, a food market. You would find a manifestation of a vibrant and treasure trove in the form of distinct stalls and magnificent buildings there. Read More
Indeed, it is Diada de Sant Jordi where you can get amused. If you are going to Barcelona, this festival of Sant Jordi is a must-visit place for those who believe in love and are fond of books and roses. Your trip should start out from this unique festival, the most original celebrations in Barcelona. Read More
Easter is a good time to visit Barcelona because during this period you would find several parties, processions, and food-making festivities. In this connection, our boutique hotel near Ciutat Vella seems to be quite suitable for your stay.