Here is our list of 8 Barcelona Lovers you should follow to visit the city like a local.
Where to eat the best “Patatas Bravas” in Barcelona? The answer is much more difficult than you would expect and on this website you can find reviews of plenty of restaurants and their “brave” potatoes.
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After visiting the Patatas Bravas Instagram photos we promise that you won’t see the Bravas in the same way as before…
A tribute to Barcelona created by Rob Dobson who was born in London but is being raised in Barcelona.
In Homage to Barcelona he shows his great respect towards the capital of Catalunya, with suggestions for day to day activities as well as food & drinks and interviews about the Perfect Days in Barcelona.
All about food in Barcelona and beyond: “Restaurant reviews, recipes and general rambling about cooking and eating in Catalonia…”.
The author – Steve Tallantyre – has been eating in Barcelona since the late 90′s and if you need some suggestions we recommend taking a look at the Barcelona Restaurant Map.
BarcelonaBlonde is written by Jessica – “born in England, grew up in California and living in Barcelona since June 2011”.
After 4 years of living in Catalunya she has plenty of things to say about it, and her recommendations about “The Best of Barcelona” are spot on. If you’re thinking about moving to Spain, there is a whole section dedicated to Living Abroad.
Could it be another blog about food in Barcelona? Yes! This one is written by Suzy and she has plenty of experience blogging about food, because previously there was a FoodieInBerlin!
If you have plans to visit Barcelona and need some suggestions of where to eat, FoodieInBarcelona is the place to go: currently there are reviews of 54 restaurants and 32 café, everything is divided by district to make life easier for you.
FotoRuta offers creative photography experiences – tours and workshops – in Barcelona, and their blog is filled with inspiration for amateur and professional photographers.
Besides suggestions of hidden spots in Barcelona to take great photos they also have guides, such as Foto Ruta Guide to Minimalism.
An image (or photo) is worth a thousand words, and that’s exactly the case with the blog BarcelonaStreetArt.
While the content of the blog is only written in Spanish, it doesn’t matter much because there are thousands of photos of graffitis, stencils and everything else that Street Art has to offer in Barcelona.