Codorniu Cava

Vineyard at Sant Sadurni d’Anoia Apart from learning how the Codorniu wine label originated in 1551  – some of the documents from that era have been preserved – a tour...

The Jewish Quarter Barcelona

The current lack of Jewish presence on the streets makes it hard to believe that Jews thrived here for over a thousand years and, before the 14th century pogroms, made...

Casa Amatller Barcelona and a story about chocolate

Passeig de Gracia 41 The Belgians and the Swiss may get all the kudos, but Europe has Spain to thanks for chocolate. Cocoa made its way from south America via...

Once in a full moon in Barcelona

The Raval’s monthly street parties In the heart of what was previously a neglected side of the city, C/ Lluna has enjoyed a steady rejuvenation in recent years with the...