Barcelona is famous for its party scene, sun, sea, football and quirky architecture; but there’s plenty more to see in the city all year round. From trying tempting Catalan cuisine to Picasso’s early work, here’s our top 10 things to do in Barcelona.
The Portuguese capital offers mouthwatering morsels on every street corner, from fresh fish to custard cakes. With so much choice of culinary delights and cool restaurants, the hardest choice is where to start. For the local insider tips, here’s our guide to Eating in Lisbon on a Budget.
What to see in the Catalan capital in 48 hours, from the Gothic old town to paella on the beach. Here’s our guide to how to make the most of two days in Barcelona.
If you’re looking for great local food at reasonable prices and the best bars and cafes, here is our guide to eating and drinking in Girona, from typical Catalan cuisine to delicious gourmet burgers.