Barcelona local, Marina, shares her favourite places in Barcelona. Enjoy a moment of piece in old Barcelona architecture at Museu Marès, explore the largest underground cellar in the world, Cavas Codorníu, hop between the coolest shops, restaurants, and bars in El Born, and you’ll have spent your day like a true Barcelona local.
There’s an undeniable ease to life in Barcelona. Its glorious climate and lively beach culture dares you to live your life in the sun. Barcelona is the commercial heart of Spain, but it has its own unique culture and heritage. For the visitor, there’s a cornucopia of things to explore. With Gaudi’s eclectic architecture spiralling around buildings like vines in search of a tree, the city feels like it’s in a constant state of flux. Spend time on Las Ramblas where artists, vendors and dancers compete for your attention. For adventure, head to the Gothic Quarter, with intriguing alleys and artists’ haunts from bygone days. Or tune in to the relaxed vibe, where young and old party the night away.