Although spread over just 24 square metres, this remodelled pigeon-hole loft in the Born is nothing short of surprising. Austrian-born Christian Schallert invites us to take a closer look at his pocket-penthouse. more »
Not sure what to do with the exotic vegetables on show at the market? Want to know the secret of a good escalivada? Tie your apron on and take a journey through the world of Mediterranean gastronomy with a hands-on cooking workshop. more »
A whistle stop tour of the best vintage shops in Barcelona. By Hannah Thompson. more »
Hot town, summer in the city! Well… not quite yet, but the words ‘beach’ and ‘roof terrace’ are gradually beginning to creep into conversation, and today I caught a little whiff of that Barcelona summer smell that envelopes the city during the season
Apr 13, 2014 PICKLES AND PATATAS
It has been at the top of the trendiest districts of Barcelona for a long time. The increase of charming and full-of-personality spots has turned it into a breeding ground for gastronomic trends and a cosy meeting point of those who escape from
Apr 11, 2014 The Foodie Moleskine
(or Bring on the All-nighters) Dragging my weary feet behind me as I traipsed up and down the hallway, I desperately tried to keep my eyes open while half-heartedly muttering lullabies through gritted teeth.
Apr 11, 2014 ME AND MY BOY
October 2002: “Come back…” she whispered seductively. “Please come back….” As I looked out over the sprawling city beneath me from the aeroplane window, I promised I would someday, somehow make my way back to her; my beautiful city of Barcelona.
Apr 9, 2014 ME AND MY BOY