Explore Like A Local
A few tips from our in-the-know locals: What to see, do,
and taste to get a true sense of the Barcelona experience.
19 Carrer del Doctor Dou 08001 Barcelona Spain
08024 Barcelone, Espagne 08024 Barcelone Espagne
621 Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes 08007 Barcelona Spain
15-23 Carrer Montcada 08003 Barcelona Spain
Parc de Montjuïc 08038 Barcelona Spain
s/n Parc de Montjuïc 08038 Barcelona Spain
38 Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes, 08018 Barcelona Spain
39 Passeig de Gràcia 08007 Barcelona Spain
47 Carrer del Carme 08001 Barcelona Spain
4 Carrer d'en Xuclà 08001 Barcelona Spain
3 Carrer d'Enric Granados 08007 Barcelona Spain
350 Carrer del Consell de Cent 08009 Barcelona Spain
26 Carrer de Muntaner 08011 Barcelona Spain
117 Rambla del Poblenou 08018 Barcelona Spain
13 Carrer dels Vigatans 08003 Barcelona Spain
139 Carrer de Pau Claris 08009 Barcelona Spain
286 Carrer de València 08007 Barcelona Spain
62 Carrer de Joaquín Costa 08001 Barcelona Spain
268 Carrer de Provença 08008 Barcelona Spain
124 Carrer de Ramón y Cajal 08024 Barcelona Spain
1 Passeig dels Castanyers 08035 Barcelona Spain
38 Carretera de Miramar 08038 Barcelona Spain
66 Carretera de Montjuïc 08038 Barcelona Spain
15 Carrer del Comerç 08003 Barcelona Spain
291 Carrer de Mallorca 08037 Barcelona Spain
18 Carrer de Bailèn 08010 Barcelona Spain
193 Carrer de València 08011 Barcelona Spain
Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes 619-621. 08007 Barcelona
From their background in El Bulli and Dos Palillos this new innovative concept was created, born from the desire to create something simple, mediterranean and uncomplicated.
Snug, industrial-chic restaurant focusing on creative seafood, meat tartares & other raw dishes.
Traditional Latin American comfort food served in a laid-back, fun and colorful restaurant.
The place of origin of Cacaolat, the most famous chocolate milkshake in Catalonia. The history of this unique place begins in 1870, in the same spot where it stands now, exactly where the first owner opened a dairy.
Coffee shop and contemporary art space, hosting concerts, cultural courses, pop-up shops and events.
Hip cycling-themed eatery cooking Italian classics with sustainable ingredients in an open kitchen. The perfect place for the cyclist of the city.
The Hardware Société, a cafe born in the laneways of Melbourne with a mission to redefine what breakfast and brunch can be. After Melbourne and Paris, Barcelona is the new destination to expand their vision of fun and tasty food.
The added bonus: they make their own chai latte and the decor is fun and girly.
Great food and super friendly staff. Have a drink while enjoying the view of Barcelona skyline.
We do not accept bookings.
Hip craft cocktail bar renowned for varoius styles of gin & tonic, plus live bands on weekends.
The Babula Bar 1937, Russian-inspired restaurant as its "brother" Sasha Bar 1968, is located in the Eixample, and offers a range of signature cocktails in a beautiful environment decorated industrially.
Decades-old basement cocktail den with red velvet seating, eclectic art & prebooked tarot readings.
Museums and Galleries
The Picasso museum Barcelona, hosted in five town houses and palaces from 13th-15th centuries, is a key reference for understanding the formative years of Pablo Picasso
The National Art Museum of Catalonia is perfect to discover the best collection of Romanesque art in the world or get excited about modernism or to get to know the new contemporary art. Moreover, the MNAC is located in a unique building from 1926 with privilege views of the city.
Josep Lluís Sert designed one of the greatest museum buildings in the city.
Disseny Hub Barcelona is proud to host BANSKY: The Art of Protest. A major international show featuring original artworks from private collections by the controversial British artist whose identity remains a mystery.
The Museu del Perfum opened its doors in 1963 to showcase the historical evolution of perfume bottles and vessels around the world.
The history of the Royal Academy of Medicine of Catalonia started in 1770. Located in one of the most important neoclassical buildings in Barcelona, where the spectacular anatomical amphitheater built by Ventura Rodríguez stands out and was intended for the training of surgeons.
Since its opening in 2017, Casa Protea Plant Collectors Studio is considered as a meeting place for plant lovers.
Iguapop Shop is more than just a clothing shop, it is the iconic point of reference in the modern neighbourhood El Born and one of the first concept stores in the city of Barcelona.
For nearly 100 years, this name has been connected to Barcelona and the interior design sector. We have continuously been evolving which has allowed us to develop new visions of every lifestyle in which quality, functionality and service have always been present.
SVD is a multi-brand online store specialized in the latest and most limited editions sneakers. We have the most exclusive sneakers from brands such as Nike, Adidas, New Balance, Veja, Jordan and more. Whether you want to hit the gym or follow the latest urban trends, you will find the models that best fit your personality and needs.
Initially conceived to be a garden city for Barcelona’s wealthy families, its artistical, historical uniqueness and architectural was recognized in 1969 as a Monument of Cultural Interest; and in1984, UNESCO declared it World Heritage site.
In the quiet and secluded neighbourhood of Horta, there is an architectural relic from the 18th century, the oldest preserved gardens in Barcelona.
The gardens were created in the 70's and pay tribute to the Majorcan poet Miquel Costa i Llobera. In it, we find 800 species of cacti and other succulents.
Located at the top of the most charismatic mountain in Barcelona, Montjuïc Castle is a setting of countless crucial moments in the history of the city, some of them being quite obscure. Formerly it was the headquarters of the Military Museum, an institution that left in 2009, moving its collection to Figueres.