Every summer in Barcelona, the Cap Roig Festival draws music lovers of all kinds. Cap Roig Festival trots out some of the finest performers in the world, with past performers including Bob Dylan, Feorge Benson, Tony Bennett, James Morrison ... moreJardins de Cap Roig Carrer de la Canuda, 47
Party Earth Review Hidden away on a narrow street in El Raval, Soho is an authentic Moroccan-run hookah bar offering a distinct change of pace from the frantic Las Ramblas just a stone’s throw away. The bar’s open front cleverly encourages passersby to stop in, take off their shoes, and pull up one of the leather cushions scattered on the ... more
Carrer de les Ramelleres, 26-28
Music Festival / Arts Festival
Every July in Barcelona, city citizens enjoy a whole month’s worth of arts at the eclectic and inclusive Grec Festival de Barcelona. The Grec Festival de Barcelona features both national and international performances and presentations ... moreThroughout the city
Party Earth Review A bullring turned shopping center, a “magic” fountain, a famed museum, and beautiful parks can all be found around Plaça d’Espanya, easily one of the liveliest squares in Barcelona. The several major thoroughfares that connect here mean there’s a constant buzz of traffic around the square itself, which is anchored by a ... more
Plaça d'Espanya, 1
Party Earth Review Anyone who suffers under the sweltering Spanish sun may find the perfect remedy at Icebarcelona on Barceloneta beach. Overheated patrons are guided into a vault-like room, which is kept at a temperature of minus 12˚C year round, where they are then handed silver arctic-style jackets and gloves. Once thoroughly protected ... more
Carrer de Ramon Trias Fargas, 2
Party Earth Review Like in any metropolitan area, shopping is a favorite pastime for many in Barcelona, and while the Catalan capital certainly offers something for every taste and budget, the Passeig de Gràcia is arguably the most elegant stretch to get one’s shop on. Those looking for extravagant fashion will find it all along this stunning ... more
Passeig de Gràcia
Party Earth Review Much of the life in the trendy residential district of Gràcia revolves around the many squares nestled among the area’s narrow streets. The most famous of these charming squares is Plaça de Sol, located in the heart of the district and surrounded on all sides by bars and restaurants. At its liveliest on warm spring and ... more
Plaça del Sol
Party Earth Review The heart of Barcelona beats in Las Ramblas, a wide boulevard that separates the Barri Gòtic (Gothic Quarter) from the Raval District and leads from Plaça Catalunya in the center of the city all the way down to the sea. A rich tapestry of human interaction characterizes the street, starting with the amazing performers and ... more
Party Earth Review Indoor Karting’s claim of being the most advanced indoor go-kart track in the world may very well be accurate, but it’s doubtful glowing technology claims will ever compete with the adrenaline-pumping excitement of burning rubber. The experience is not for the faint of heart, as navigating hairpin turns across the enormous ... more
Ctra Laurea Miro, 434
08980 Sant Feliu de Llobregat, Barcelona
Party Earth Review Just a stone’s throw away from the bustling Las Ramblas is Plaça Reial, a charming square that captures the essence of daily life in Barcelona. An elegant fountain forms the centerpiece of this vibrant spot, where it’s easy to see all the activity, watch the cosmopolitan mix of people come and go, or catch some impromptu ... more
Party Earth Review Located just off Plaça Catalunya, Barcelona’s main square, Bel-Luna Jazz Club is an upscale venue offering live jazz every night and a terrific menu of contemporary cuisine. The dim underground space with its arched ceilings, red-and-black décor, and collection of jazz memorabilia makes for a cool getaway from the noisy ... more
Rambla de Catalunya, 5
Party Earth Review Park Güell is an enchanting site that combines aesthetics and nature in a way that’s visually inspiring for art buffs in addition to being a great daytime activity for those with just a passing art fancy. Designed by Barcelona’s renowned architect, Antoni Gaudí, the park is a tribute to his unique aesthetic and is truly ... more
There is boundless energy in Barcelona and, as such, boundless things to do in Barcelona too! The city buzzes day and night, especially along the legendary Las Ramblas, a kilometer stretch full of daily events, shopping, landmarks, artists, street vendors, and merchants.
Quiet contemplation is also a cinch, as countless things to do like parks and plazas along the city’s edge make it easy to relax outdoors and escape the urban bustle. Less quiet, though equally alluring, are the myriad beaches where Barcelona’s bronzed and beautiful flock to during the high season to lie about and drink beer the minute they get off work. Now THAT’S a Happy Hour!
And once the sun sets, the grand Barcelona nightlife steps up to the stage, promising late night revelry that can only be cured by one more day lounging on the beach.