November 2017

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This month, the Smart City Expo World Congress comes to town. more


Old meets new at this 19th-century grocery store-turned-bistro. more

New in Town

A taste of home for English and American pie lovers. more

New in Town

Cookie heaven in the Eixample. more

New in Town

A yoga studio and concept store dedicated to healthy and sustainable living. more

New in Town

There's no time like the present to lend a hand to those in need. more

Things To Do

An ode to the versatility of the cannabis plant at sea. more



Photo by Helen Iles

A deep connection to the land and the environment has led many vineyards to go organic. more



Danny Fernandez

Misty Barker introduces her local bodega. more



Photo by Tash McCammon

For years, Barcelona’s illegal street vendors have sold pirated goods to survive while wearing a cloak of invisibility. Now a series of initiatives gives them new hope. more


Carme Ruscalleda opens her second restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. more

Restaurant Reviews

Local culture and customs are important when it comes to doing business in Catalunya. more

Business & Working


Photo by Tara Stevens

You really can’t beat a roast chicken—try this recipe with with chorizo, chestnut & date stuffing (serves four). more


Amy Lincoln discovered a passion for upcycling and furniture restoration while renovating her apartment. more


Will Shank reviews an exhibition of work by Andy Warhol at the CaixaForum. more

Previews and reviews

The co-founder of the world's first biodegradable urn, Roger Moliné Navarro, speaks to Metropolitan. more

Business & Working

Barcelona's best pizzerias value authenticity and flavour. more

Best of Barcelona

Birdwatching, walking trails and a medieval castle, all just an hour away. more

Day Trips

Colm Quigley, 41, from Ireland, explains a typical day as an Aircraft Maintenance Manager at El Prat Airport. more

Business & Working

A healthy mind and a healthy body go hand in hand at this Vila Olímpica cafe. more

Quick Bites