A new cycling film festival is born…
The CCCB opens its fifth floor lookout on the first Sunday of every month.
Behind the mask, the wrestlers have ordinary lives of course.
Books, CDs, DVDs, games, furniture and much more…
Once a month Freedonia organizes this open-air art and second-hand market.
International tattoo artists showcase their talents over three days.
The contemporary art fair unites 65 galleries and 200 artists.
Barcelona looks set to be Europe’s sex capital for four days.
The tacos, micheladas and margaritas leave no doubt this is a Mexican must.
A cultural space unjustly shuttered by the Barcelona city council.
In addition to drinks, wines and cocktails, the bar offers excellent tapas.
Barcelona’s tiniest nightclub packs a big electronic punch.
This eco-renovated space shines with a responsible approach to urban living.
Exclusive chain of health clubs.
The setting is divine, the menu is sublime…
Creative variations on traditional tapas prepared fresh when ordered.
Catalan fare in Scandinavian interiors.
This French restaurant serves up one of the best lunch menus in Barcelona.
Colibrí specializes in bacalao, escabeche, wine and most importantly, vermouth.
This Mexican restaurant offers “good food, good drinks and good reads.”
Luzuria is about simple food made with passion.
This massage studio is an example of how to live sustainably.
Barcelona needed this: a simple and central juice bar.
A space for urban bikers.
This converted convent has been split in two: Tapas & Vermuteria.
This gastrobar transports the tapas bar into a more refined version of itself.
This new space aims to be a social club as well as a place to eat and drink.
Gelato is lower in calories, fat and sugar than ice cream.
This tapas bar is a well-priced respite from the hubbub of the plaza.
Serving up a refreshing new brand of artisan sangría.
La Marzocco open their first café.
A café serving brunch to tapas, Pastrami to cheesecake, and great coffee.
Grab a steak while you listen to live jazz on Thursday evenings.
Designer sandwiches, burgers and brunch with fast-casual chic.
Every doughnut at La Donutería is handcrafted on a daily basis.
This artful little café serves many vegetarian, gluten-free and lactose-free options, plus brunch.
Now the sugar-coated revolution will be led by churros, the Spanish doughnut.
The latest addition to Sarrià’s burgeoning scene along its main street, Major de Sarrià.
Their “flexitarian” cuisine is rooted in nutrition and 35 years of culinary experience.
“Why buy it if you can make it?” Such is the philosophy here.
A gorgeous brunch and dessert shop inspired by trips around Europe and North America.
Cup&Cake have endured as makers of the city’s best miniature cakes.
Venture behind the scenes to uncover the inner-workings of FC Barcelona.
A beauty parlor and spa with great prices, located next to Plaça Catalunya.
Yoga in a room heated to 104° F (40° C).
Indian street food eatery that’s also a nightlife hotspot.
Their new Mexican brunch is on offer two-for-one.
The Catalan painter enjoyed being surrounded by other artists’ work.
Biscuiter is a lovely little café and ice cream parlor.
This gallery aims to introduce the public to art in a non-elitist environment.
Offering Russian produce, gourmet gifts and hard-to-find ingredients.
The rich collection presents the diversity and art of non-Western cultures.
Presenting the wonderful world of cannabis at its best.
A beautiful concept store and restaurant.
A place for healthy food crafted with care.
Argentine-Cuban partners, Catalan chef, ‘50s Paris design, London dry gin, Thai curry, black music…
This tapas bar combines Andalucian and Galician specialties.
A laid-back locale for drinks and carefully prepared dishes made from natural ingredients.
This new brewhouse serves up Asian-American fusion fare.
Producing their own Italian ice cream for 15 years.