Even if we try to offer the best possible content to you all, we have to make sure that you find everything you need when visiting Barcelona. For that, we’ve put together a little guide on the Barcelona Travel Bloggers that we reckon are the best in their own way.
Les Bons Plans de Barcelone
It’s the French Barcelona Guide that everyone should check when coming to the city. The author, Valérie, offers the website in French, Italian, English and Spanish. Not only you can buy tickets here but also check out all of their articles on accommodation, transport, travel tips, gastronomy or traditions, among others. They also have their own App an they pretty much keep up with all the events happening in Barcelona.
Justine is a Californian living in Barcelona with her family since 2008. Her blog, Latitude 41 is centered in Barcelona with kids, but she also shares content regarding attractions, off-the-beaten-path sites and undiscovered spots or Catalan traditions and gastronomy. She’ll definitely answer any question that you might have about travelling with kids in Barcelona so, you don’t need to worry!
If you want to keep up with the events that are going on in Barcelona, you should look into Barcelona Life. Duncan Rhodes is a British writer who moved to Barcelona a while ago after being in Poland. Here you can find updated events, exciting tours or infinite nightlife tips in one of the best cities to party in the world. Duncan also offers a wide range of tickets to ease the readers’ search.
Foodie in Barcelona
I absolutely love this Foodie in Barcelona as it really helps me to find new spots to eat and drink in my own city. Suzy has been writing about food in Barcelona for 5 years after studying arts, marketing and finally as a chef. The blog is organized by neighborhoods which really helps when you find yourself in Barceloneta or el Raval. Suzy writes about restaurants, cafés, markets, bakeries and even the best dessert places in Barcelona.
Jessica is a born British citizen who grew up in California and then moved to Barcelona. She has great advice on moving and living abroad as well as first-hand experiences in the city. Jessica also organizes custom made trips in Barcelona and has endless tips on exciting things to do here. Finally, she also talks about her wanders around Spain and the rest of the world so, stay tuned with Barcelona Blonde.
Barcelona Low Down
The author of this blog, Richard, moved to Barcelona in 2001 where he set up Barcelonalowdown to offer his knowledge and enthusiasm for the city. The blog is an insider’s guide to Barcelona with practical and helpful tips along with events, attractions or day trips.
Ash came to Barcelona seven years ago and has been sharing his experiences on Barcelona Hacks to motivate other travelers like himself to visit the city. The blog has loads of information regarding transportation, attractions and food. He also shares useful advice when visiting Barcelona and other interesting topics like Flamenco, water parks and so on. I personally like the way he sets out his posts, so clear and easy to read, plus the creative design is fun.
Barcelona Navigator has tons of content regarding Barcelona that is written by Dan. He has over 480 articles that talk about the city but also its surroundings like Costa Brava. He doesn’t focus on one topic or the usual ones, he goes from main attractions to hikes in nearby towns or even coworking spaces available in the city. Try it out as you might find info that you weren’t even looking for but that is relevant during your stay.
Diego Aleu is the founder of the Blog called Ir Barcelona which is offered in English, Spanish, French, German, Catalan and Italian. His aim is to introduce the many possibilities that Barcelona has to offer in the most detailed way possible. IrBarcelona has everything you need to plan your holidays in the city.