Places in Catalonia
A tight huddle of ancient arcaded houses, grand churches, climbing cobbled streets and medieval baths, and Catalonia’s most extensive and best-preserved Call (medieval Jewish quarter), all enclosed by defensive walls and the lazy Río Onyar, constitute powerful reasons for visiting northern Catalonia’s largest city, Girona.
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Tips and articles
The Barcelona bar-hop: the city's best places to drink
Barcelona is a great city for bar-hopping...
Top 10 day trips out of Barcelona
You could spend weeks in Barcelona and never run out of places to see, things to do, food to try and bars to hop, but for a taste of Catalan life beyond the metropolis – or simply for a change of pace – you can choose...
The best places to eat tapas in Barcelona
Not quite a snack, not quite a meal, the tapa is all about sociability, whether that involves ordering a parade of little dishes to share over a bottle of wine and a long chat or whether your objective is a much more ...
Top 10 things to do in Barcelona this January
The wassailing of Christmas and New Year is over, but in Spain the best is yet to come, with the advent (or – more precisely – Epiphany) of the Three Kings on January 5th and all the associated festivities...