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Steel Donkey Bike Tours

Steel Donkey Bike Tours

Dubbing themselves “the first alternative tour guides of Barcelona”, Steel Donkey offers tours by bicycle for small groups or you can book a private guide. It’s a great way to get an insider’s perspective of the Catalan capital... Read More

Prostibulo Poetico

Prostibulo Poetico

Once a week, Barcelona’s textually frustrated residents head along to the Teatreneu in Gracia for intimate and erotic poetry recitals (in English, Spanish, Catalan and more) by some of the city’s sexiest scribes. The aim of this... Read More

Picasso Museum

Picasso Museum

Picasso spent several years in Barcelona on and off between 1895 and 1905, and held his first-ever exhibition in the city’s now famous Els Quatre Gats café. This museum possesses 3,800 of his works, from early sketches to his... Read More

Palau de la Musica Catalana

Palau de la Musica Catalana

One of Barcelona’s most sensational buildings – a redbrick masterpiece of Catalan Modernisme designed by Domenech i Montaner – the Palau’s magnificent auditorium plays host to a mix of chamber, choral, flamenco, jazz and guitar... Read More

MNAC

MNAC

The slogan of MNAC (Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, the National Museum of Catalan Art) is “one museum, 1,000 years of art”. And while the early Romanesque and Gothic religious iconography that dominates much of the museum can... Read More

MACBA

MACBA

A global Mecca for skateboarders who use the square, steps and benches in front of the museum to practice tricks and terrorise passing pedestrians, Richard Meier’s iconic glass and white concrete building also houses some artwork.... Read More

Liceu Teatre

Liceu Teatre

Barcelona’s Gran Teatre del Liceu was opened on La Rambla in 1847 and, despite the odd fire and anarchist bomb attack, has been the hub of cultural life in the Catalan capital ever since. Ballet, opera and classical music performances... Read More

Joan Miro Foundation

Joan Miro Foundation

Catalonia’s most famous home-grown artist has his own foundation resting on the slopes of Montjuic mountain, where fans can admire his abstract painting and sculptures. Big, bold and rife with primary colours, Miro’s work also... Read More

El Molino

El Molino

Barcelona’s very own Moulin Rouge re-opened in 2010 after a 13-year hiatus and a substantial renovation – the interior is now more futuristic nightclub than traditional theatre. Burlesque shows are still Molino’s main attraction,... Read More

Caixa Forum

Caixa Forum

Funded by La Caixa bank, one of the great things about this cultural space is it’s completely free to enter. Exhibits constantly rotate, which makes it popular with locals as well as tourists, and you’ll find a real mixed bag of... Read More

Base Elements

Base Elements

Barcelona has a love affair with street and pop art, and this innovative gallery in Gotico, run by an ex-New Yorker, succeeds in capturing the essence of this relationship. Two floors of intense colours, pop-culture references and... Read More


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