A nice find in Barcelona, Placa Reial is large public square with pretty fountains, cafés and lots of people soaking up the warm atmosphere.
A calm sunny morning in Barcelona at the city's marina along the Mediterranean seashore.
Gaudi's famous park - trees and modernist architecture in the centre of Barcelona.
Popular cava bar with the cheapest prices in town.
Let your mind wander at this famous absinthe bar.
Catalans swear by this place for lunch or an early evening snack.
The Pedralbes neighborhood may be a hike from the city center, but it’s a worthwhile trek for a pizza at Tan-taran-tan.
Off the beaten path in Sarria, in the northern part of the city, is O.K., a small bar and restaurant that serves actual, authentic American hamburgers, with chips and a pickle.
Nestled in the shadow of the Cathedral de Santa Maria del Mar, Mar de la Ribera is a tiny, unassuming seafood restaurant with wooden tables, dark walls, and a menu packed with fresh fish selections prepared to your liking.