We often get emails about where and how to rent a place to live in Spain. Here are some expert tips from a Barcelona local on how to hunt for your new pad. Whether you’re a student who is coming for a couple of months or an expat who wants to stay forever, we have got you covered.
You’ve decided to move to Barcelona–good choice. Many people come for short-term stays of six months to a year and this article is especially targeted for them.
Christy Stehle gave up the 9 to 5 to travel long-term around the world, starting her adventure in Europe. She offers some savvy tips to save money while on the road.
A shell soup is on the menu this Christmas in Spain…
Here’s how to spend Christmas in Spain.
Barcelona plaza life is a great way to chill and experience the real Barcelona. Find one, or all, of these special squares in the city.
You are at the beach and have worked up an appetite slathering on the sun lotion. We have The Scoop on where to eat.
Chalk drawings on the streets start the party weekend celebrating the Corpus Christi Festival in romantic…
Get a copy of The Barcelona Scoop – a mini guide to 7 Amazing Days in the city for $3.50 !
How to get to Barcelona from the airport on the bus.
Take an excellent tour of Old Town Bacelona with this savvy guide!
Wine is ubiquitous in Spain, and therefore it’s often not appreciated…..
Sign up for a wonderful cooking class and tour of Barcelona’s La Boqueria Market.
Our guide to the best craft beers in Barcelona, Spain.
Girona is a wonderful city north of Barcelona offering lots of museums, Roman sites, Jewish history, and great food.