For a destination so popular among travellers, Barcelona has always remained charming and beautiful. And there is no reason not to love travelling to this city. Alluring streets, remarkable architecture, and outstanding cuisine, who could even resist coming here? Stroll among the gorgeous buildings, relax on the beach, enjoy the sun from one of the countless terraces, and give yourself up to the unforgettable experience that Barcelona offers.
The mediterranean sun, guaranteed almost every day.
Aromas of tapas on the corner of every street.
International flair with a Catalan vibe.
Art everywhere, even in hidden places.
Hidden behind the well-connected main road, La Meridiana, lies the charming neighbourhood La Sagrera. A still undiscovered neighbourhood with lots of green spaces and pedestrian cobbled streets, so authentic that you'll easily forget you're in the second largest metropolis of Spain. Yays Sagrera offers 30 apartments where you can enjoy the peaceful and authentic vibe of a true Catalan neighbourhood.More details book now
LOOP Fair has been around since 2003 and has grown into an annual platform for video art specialists and market professionals. The event is divided inMore details
Between the 19th and 21st of November La Fira de Barcelona will open its doors again to companies, public organizations, startups, academia and citizeMore details
In this edition of the IBTM (Incentive, Business Travel and Meeting Industry) exhibition over 15,500 industry professionals across the world will comeMore details
The most popular figure around this time is coming back again: the Catalan 'Tió de Nadal' ('uncle of Christmas'). This small wooden figure with a cute face and tiny wooden legs is an all-time favourite for local kids (and grown ups).More details
New Year’s Eve in Barcelona typically is a favourable time for locals to enjoy dinner at home or at organized networking parties in different neighbourhoods of the city.More details
The ''Three Wise Men'' are marching into town! This annual tradition originated from Catholic traditions will make its return on the 6th of January, which is a public holiday for locals.More details
Get inspired and learn about the latest technologies in the entire mobile sector during the Mobile World Congress. In this tech event of the year More details
With more start-ups now than ever, 4YFN (Four Years From Now) has become the leading business gathering for young entrepreneurs. Over 100,000 attMore details
To all sporty travellers, this is the perfect excuse to come to Barcelona. The Barcelona marathon is one of the most popular marathons in EuropeMore details
Join industry leaders and tourism enthousiasts for this trade show that returns to the prime tourism city of Barcelona every year. The Tourism TrMore details
Spring is the time to celebrate the longer days and the rising temperatures. If you are one of those who usually gets the travel bugs around this timeMore details
Calling for all film-lovers of all age: Barcelona Film Festival (also known as: Bcn Film Fest) returns this year for its fourth edition toMore details
The long beloved multi-genre music festival returns this year again to Barcelona. This time to celebrate its 20th anniversary! Unlike the famousMore details
The night is never as bright as on Sant Joan Festival! Held every year in the beginning of summer, Barcelona, its surrounding big cities and its populMore details
Pride Barcelona is one of the most popular Pride celebrations in Europe with more than 250,000 celebrants every year. It celebrates the right andMore details
Barcelona has always been a city for festival and music lovers. With no surprise, Sonar Festival had to be born here. With thousands of people frMore details
Who needs to go to Disneyland or any other theme park when there's Festa Mayor de Gracia? Every year from the 15th to the 21st of August, the neighbourhood of Gracia turns into a 'themepark' itself with streets decorated colourfully and abundantly.More details