Pay a visit to the Barcelona FC Stadium and get to know the Museum, where you’ll learn about the history that makes Barcelona FC “more than a club”. The stadium has a capacity of 110.000 people which makes Barcelona football stadium the 3rd largest in the world. You will have the opportunity to see the pitch area, the changing rooms, the press room and sit on the players’ benches and VIP seats.
The tour is self-guided, so there’s no tour guide. However, you can purchase at the start desk of the tour an audio-guide to get more in-depth knowledge about the history, values of Barcelona FC.
It can be difficult to please everyone on a family holiday. If you’re looking to venture a little further than the beach, Barcelona offers plenty of options that are guaranteed to keep kids of all ages entertained.
1. IMAX Port Vell
The IMAX screen in Barceloneta shows a variety of informative but wildly entertaining 3D films on topics ranging from the Oceans to Ancient Egypt! Continue reading
A sweet treat for chocolate lovers
An unforgettable day in Barcelona is definitely the chocolate tour. The tour program includes the services of several exclusive gastronomes, all the material for the tasting and a box of chocolates of different flavours and origins, produced by one of the best chocolate factories in Spain.
During this exploration into the world of chocolate you will learn about the entire process that transforms the cocoa bean to chocolate. It ends with a chocolate dinner, which explores some of the possible combinations with chocolate. The dinner is served with wine.
It runs throughout the year and it is available in English, so the language won’t be a barrier for anybody.
Every week in Barcelona has something special, but this week you can do various activities, like going to the beach to play soccer, watching a movie outdoors, going to watch the football match of FC Barcelona, seeing a meteor shower of shooting stars or if you like to party more and to have fun with your friends you can join the people who are organizing the BCN Bar crawl.
- BCN Bar crawl
If you are looking for Barcelona nightlife, this is the way to experience it. The Barcelona night crawl lasts 7 nights per week. Every night people will gather in a bar at Plaza Reial and then visit 4 bars and one night club, keeping on partying until they see the morning light. And there is one fact that Barcelona has more bars per square foot than anywhere else in Europe.
If you love to shop then you have to visit Barcelona’s shops! Barcelona is well known for the shopping areas spread across the entire city. There is a 5 km district which stretches from the top of the Ramblas through Placa de Catalunya along Paseig de Gracia and up to Avenue Diagonal.
Here you will find the most famous brands like Chanel, Cartier, Armani, Mont Blanc, Hermes, Zara, Burberry, Versace, Calvin Klein and many others. All international labels can be found here. The 5 km Barcelona shopping line is largely pedestrianised, although there is a special bus service which stops at several points along the route for those whose shopping bags are too heavy to carry.
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The best views of Barcelona can be found only at Tibidabo. Tibidabo is located in the Collserola park, which forms the boundaries of Barcelona, a city between the mountains and the sea. So, firstly, before you arrive in Barcelona, you should book an apartment on casamona.com, where you will find a wide selection of bright, nice and stylish apartments with amazing views. After you settle into your apartment, pay a visit to Tibidabo, a place which offers a beautiful view of the entire city, as it is located at the highest point in Barcelona. Also there is a small but very beautiful church. Tibidabo gives you the most incredible view of the city and getting there is really half of the fun!
The Casamona team decided to go there because we don’t want to miss out on anything Barcelona has to offer! We packed our lunch, water; put on our most comfortable shoes and we met in Plaça de Catalunya at 11am. We then took the train L7 (brown line) until the last stop called “Avinguda Tibidabo”. From there you can choose one of the several ways to get to Tibidabo, either an hour and a half’s walk, biking or taking the bus and then a funicular (a type of cable car that goes straight to the top of the mountain). Continue reading
So you’ve got a little extra money to burn, and where better to spend it than one of Europe’s most glamorous cities? If you’re feeling flush, then Barcelona has an almost unlimited number of different ways to help you part with your hard-earned cash – and you’ll have a whole lot of fun doing it.
- Barcelona plays host to some of the most vibrant and hip bars in Europe, but why not have a go at playing bartender yourself? The luxurious W hotel offers mixology classes at their exclusive Eclipse bar. Between 5 and 20 people can take the class at any one time and prices range from €50-€80 per person.
- If you’re after an unforgettable gastronomic experience, take advantage of Barcelona’s 18 Michelin-starred restaurants. The ABaC restaurant has two Michelin stars and is widely regarded as one of Barcelona’s top eating-places. Its reputation precedes it though, so make sure you book well in advance if you want a table! Continue reading