Lost in Barcelona Travel Guide and Articles
Lost in Barcelona
Tapas with a modern twist, utopian housing projects, thrilling views from a diving board, art spaces in abandoned factories, pristine beaches in the outskirts… Get lost in the city of warm weather and warmer people
Four Barcelona Designers You Should Know About
For when a Gaudí ashtray just isn’t enough
Michelin-Starred Mexican Cuisine, Casually
Direct Flight To BCN
From the Barcelona guide, a graphic showcase by multimedia maestro Sergio S. Vidal
A nice and small independent shop for vintage furniture, also selling some selected vintage fashion....
Creative tapas in a former fruit warehouse, by El Bulli and Arola alumni Eva Arbonés and Fran Heras....
No offense, Barceloneta—we’d rather take a dip here
Where To Wash Down A Good Meal In Barcelona
As told by local writer Sarah Galvao
Designed to lose yourself in a city, Parc del Laberint in Barcelona
El Rincón de Melissa
Serving food with Argentinean influences, this is more of a takeaway joint than a full restaurant. Expect...
An animated club and live music venue that consistently books good DJs and bands—spanning genres like...
A Catalan hole-in-the-wall and its knockout seafood
3 Hangover-friendly Restaurants Where You Won’t Meet Richie Hawtin
Legendary festival Sonar is in full bloom this weekend with non-stop dancing. But don’t forget to eat!
La España Industrial
What used to be Barcelona’s biggest mill is now a public space
Colmillo de Morsa
A sweet boutique from Elisabet Vallecillo and Javier Blanco that has its own brand, as well as clothes...
This spot serves a glorious paella in its pan, with just the right amount of “socorrat”—the crispy...