The first house designed by the iconic architect – exuberant Casa Vicens in the beleaguered city’s Gràcia district – opens to the public later this month. ‘This could be a moment of peace,’ says its manager
Josep Maria Jujol’s contribution to Gaudí’s Barcelona masterpieces, and those he created himself in Catalonia, have been overlooked. A new documentary seeks to give him the recognition he deserves
A tour of the Ramblas and Gothic Quarter highlights a dark part of Barcelona’s past, including how many of its famous sights were built with fortunes made from slavery
Forget the costas – mountain rivers and clear lakes offer the best escape from Spain’s summer heat.
As Barcelona gets ready for its annual electronic music festival, Sonar, we hit the streets with some of the city’s top DJs for a tour of the best places to party in the Catalan capital
In many parts of the world, using public transport can be a more enriching experience for visitors than a guided tour or private car hire – but you might have to sharpen up your hammock-fixing and price negotiation skills. Our writers tell us about their favourite ways of getting around