Make the Most of Your Barcelona Trip with Stasher’s Convenient Luggage Storage

Are you planning a trip to Barcelona? One of the most vibrant cities in Europe, Barcelona thrills visitors with outstanding art museums, mouthwatering Mediterranean cuisine, and a thriving nightclub scene. Travelers will never run out of fun activities to enjoy, such as: Taking a walking tour of Gaudi’s otherworldly architecture Combining a day at the…

Stay Unique’s Guide to Barcelona

Barcelona is one of the most famous cities on Earth, with world-known sights, culture, and food drawing millions of tourists here every year. Here at Stay U-nique we aim to give each guest their perfect trip to make this already amazing city seem just that little bit better. Keep reading for some top recommendations about…

5 dog friendly places in Barcelona

Are you looking forward to visiting Barcelona with your doggo? We present you our top suggestions for dog friendly accommodation, transport, activities and more. Barcelona is one of the most dog-friendly cities in Europe, and nor you or your doggo will feel excluded in this dog ruled city.

Montjuïc Mountain

If you feel the need to slow down the pace a little or if you want to visit some less crowded places in Barcelona the Montjuïc Mountain is a great idea. There are several ways to get to the Montjuïc mountain. You can either take the metro or the bus to a certain point and…

#TipTuesday: March Activities

Sant Medir Festival: 3rd March Who is Sant Medir? He is the co-patron saint of the town, Sant Cugat, where he lived during the Roman period. The legend states that in 303 during the prosecution on the Christians by the Roman Emperor Diocletian, the Bishop of Barcelona, Sever, fled the city. Whilst fleeing, the Bishop…

4 Places you can visit near Barcelona

Spain is known for its variety of touristic cities and towns to visit. The distinctiveness of Each region is what makes it unique in many ways. One of these amazing places is Catalonia. The first idea that comes to mind when hearing Catalonia is Barcelona, where in reality Catalonia has so much more to offer…

Romantic spots to spend Valentine’s day in Barcelona

Thinking about where to spend February 14th with your significant other? Seek no more! Keep reading and explore what the vibrant city of Barcelona has to offer for Valentine’s Day. Bunkers – El Carmel How to get there? L4 Metro – Alfons X A classic: Where else could you impress someone on a special day…

Tip Tuesday: February Activities

Chinese New Year Celebration: 1st of February  The Chinese community in Barcelona will celebrate their Chinese New Year in Barcelona on February 1st in Arc de Triomf. Sant Eulàlia Festival: celebrated from the 7th to 12th of February Who is Santa Eulàlia? Why do they celebrate? Well, this is because she is the patron saint of…

Tip Tuesday January in Barcelona

While January is considered off peak season for Barcelona, there are stil a lot of things to do. This blog will provide you with a few ideas on what to do. Also, in this blog there will be information on the weather in January and about shopping sales. General activities to do in Barcelona January…

5 reasons why you should visit Girona

Of the four Catalan provinces, Girona is the one that sits the most towards the north. Located in the Gironès region, the capital city has amazing architecture, gastronomy, and a wide range of attractions that make it a compulsory stop in any visitor’s checklist. Culture The historic part of the city dates all the way…

Christmas activities in Barcelona

Christmas is approaching and so is the spirit: take a look at this wide range of activities to make the most out your stay in lovely decorated Barcelona. Passeig de Gràcia Shopping Night Following the yearly tradition, this Thursday Barcelona’s most iconic street will host a new edition of the Nit de Passeig de Gràcia….