PHeymont returns to visit the interior of Barcelona's still-unfinished Sagrada Familia basilica. It's an eye-opener, for sure!
PHeymont revisits a fabulous building whose details are less familiar than its overview, but equally worth viewing.
Gumbo was visiting the historic Gothic Cathedral in Barcelona, built between the 13th - 15th century.
A chilly Christmas Day tradition continues in Barcelona.
The first house designed by Catalan Modernist Antoni Gaudi is now open to visitors for the first time. Barcelona can use the good news
Uncertainty over the future for Catalonia and Spain, and the scenes of police violence during the Catalan referendum have dampened tourism numbers.
Against a background of escalating local protest of 'over-tourism,' Barcelona bans Segway tours from congested areas.
Barcelona's free public WiFi network now covers its entire city bus system, but for real speed you'll still need to go indoors
Barcelona is looking at plans to 'reclaim' its famed La Rambla with less clutter and congestion.
Barcelona is trying a new tactic to reduce tourism impact: a plan to spread tourist accommodations around the city and reduce the number in the center.
DrFumblefinger shares a lunch-time visit to a grand old cafe in Barcelona.
British Air is going head-to-head with Norwegian with low-cost trans-Atlantic flights on routes where it will compete directly
Our final visit to Barcelona's fabulous La Boqueria market focuses on the meats and seafood so popular with Spaniards.
We continue our visit to the fabulous La Boqueria Market in Barcelona, this week looking at some of it's tempting fruits and vegetables.
One of Europes finest Markets, Barcelona's La Boqueria is feast for the eyes and senses. Today's post offers an introductory overview of the market.