You can’t drive to Nuria. You either hike in or take the scenic train. And this is ultimately the beauty of the place – it’s cut off from the outside world.
One of the best ways to see the countryside of the Pyrenees is on the back of a bicycle. In photos: a journey through Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park.
La Boqueria market in Barcelona, Spain, is one of the oldest markets in the country, where tourists mingle with chefs. This photo essay takes you inside.
Catalonian independence Legend has it the flag of Catalonia was born from blood. The blood of a man called Wilfred the Hairy, who stories (but not necessarily any historical evidence) claim is the founder of Catalonia. He was injured in war in August of the year 897 and would die there on the battlefield. But […]
Barcelona, Spain Barcelona, it was the first time that we met. Barcelona, how can I forget? It’s the mix of the classic with the modern that gives Barcelona its flavour. The same way the operatic melodies of Montserrat Caballe combine with the stylised pop of Freddie Mercury’s voice in their song ‘Barcelona’. I don’t know […]
The top ten weirdest and coolest inventions on display at Barcelona’s miBa Museum. They say inventions come from necessity… it seems not always!
There’s something quite special about mushroom hunting in the Spanish Pyrenees with one of the region’s top chefs. To then eat the findings – even better!
Hot air ballooning above the Pyrenees in Spain is one of those moments I had been really looking forward to. But not everything always goes to plan.
A guide to making the perfect gin and tonic direct from one of the best barman in Spain’s Catalonia region. Including info on the glass, ice, tonic and gin.