January 2018


Barcelona is home to more than 250,000 foreign residents, making it a hotbed for cultural exchange. more


One of the easiest soups on earth to make. more


Photographer Blanche Carreras David finds her peace of mind in the hills of Collserola. more


A taste of the Middle East comes to the ancient heart of Barcelona. more

Quick Bites

The founder and CEO of drink-subscription app Bida, talks life, love and liquids. more

The Very Present Future

Over the hills but not far away, there’s more to this small city than meets the eye. more

Day Trips

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


A bold concept hits the Eixample. more

New in Town

Everything you need to combat the post-holiday lethargy and get into your stride. more


Juice your way to health and start the year toxin-free. more

Best of Barcelona

Get your snow fix in the Catalan Pyrenees this winter. more


The cohousing concept is gaining ground in Catalunya. more


The place to get your meat fix. more

New in Town

Where the Gothic Quarter meets Port Vell, this busy, cosmopolitan street has welcomed change without neglecting its past. more


This house on a hill is a spacious home for Astrid Aafjes and her family. more


Eleanor Walker, from the UK, explains life as the director of Useful Languages Barcelona. more

Business & Working

A slice of nature in the city. more

New in Town

The assassination of ‘Sugar Boy’, a trade union activist. more


Will Shank visits the exhibition at the CCCB, which he considers necessary viewing for all. more

Previews and reviews

A beginner's guide to funding a new business idea. more

Business & Working