April 2018

April 2018

Permaculture in the city. more



Photo by Anna Baxter

Barcelona’s urban dairies once provided fresh milk to the city more


Barcelona resident and professional life coach, Sam Mednick, answers your questions on life in the city. more


Freshness is the name of the game at this newly opened, Italian-inspired restaurant. more

New in Town

An interview with business woman and Gallery of Ideas co-founder Patricia Curty. more

The Very Present Future

Sleek hotel dining deep in the Gothic Quarter. more

Restaurant Reviews

A tender spring recipe perfect for Sunday lunch. more



Illustration by Anna Baxter

This charming street and square are at the traditional heart of the Les Corts neighbourhood, tucked away from nearby traffic. more


A tasting tour of South East Asia. more

Quick Bites


Illustration by Anna Baxter

When April showers fall on Barcelona, these activities will keep you dry and happy. more

Things To Do

Laura Fernández Giménez, co-founder and CEO of Future Funded, talks women in tech. more

Business & Working

A new organic bakehouse in the Gothic Quarter. more

New in Town

Nancy and Leo’s artistic family home is an idyllic countryside retreat. more


This commuter town north of Barcelona boasts an ancient winemaking history and expansive natural landscapes. more

Day Trips

Celebrating the culture of independently owned record stores. more


Markus Akesson, 37, from Sweden, details life as a mountain bike guide. more

Business & Working


Photo courtesy of Hibernian Books

Where to grab a good read in the city. more

Best of Barcelona


Photo by Ben Cooke

Drug dealing in the Raval is posing a serious public health and security issue. more


Roger Larsen reflects on his work and inspiration. more


Introducing an eclectic new gastro bar, inspired by the legendary funk artist in both its name and exuberance. more

New in Town