Called Catalan ceviche, esqueixada de bacallà is a summer classic. Expect to find a flaked cod base absorbing the bright flavours of sun-ripened tomatoes, black olives and olive oil.
You may be familiar with Antoni Gaudí's Sagrada Familía basilica, but lesser-known are these buildings by the celebrated architect.
There’s a rhythm to even the laziest day in Barcelona. Do as the locals do and follow in the eating and drinking flow of the day.
This Spanish city has nine urban beaches on the Mediterranean Sea. Here are our favourites for famillies, people-watching, water sports and tranquility.
Visit these neighbourhoods to wander medieval streets, see Gothic architecture, eat at a food hall and visit one of Europe's oldest markets.
There are few things more culinary iconic in Barcelona than a late afternoon or early evening spent enjoying tapas and sipping wine.