Generation Tours Covid-19 Updates
Date: 6 August, 2020
It's been a crazy few months, and it's looking like things are not going back to normal anytime soon. So, we must all adapt to what's widely being referred to as "the new normal" - a normality of being mindful, staying safe and looking out for one another in our day-to-day lives while out in the world. And while how we travel has changed for now, thankfully the beauty, charm, and intriguing history of our cities' streets are still as fascinating as ever - and we're adapting to be able to safely continue showing you our cities, and loving it!
Non-Touristy things to do in Barcelona, by locals!
Date: 22 January, 2020
Barcelona is an ultra-touristy city, and it’s little wonder why; the enchanting cityscape, punctuated with fascinating Modernist architecture, vibrant atmosphere and intriguing history of this colourful sea-side city has long-since lured travellers, and captured the imaginations of visitors. Since it hosted the Olympics in 1992, however, Barcelona’s popularity as a must-visit city has steadily and rapidly grown – so much so that the term ‘over-tourism’ and Barcelona are now frequently mentioned in the same breath.
The Best Places in Barcelona to Instagram
Date: 3 December, 2019
If you’re one of the billion or so active Instagram users, and you have a penchant for travelling, you likely go into Instagram over-drive when on trips, snapping the unique sights and sites around you to share with your friends, family and wider audience.
Barcelona on a budget
Date: 19 September, 2018
Barcelona is one of the most popular travel destinations in Europe. The beautiful and historic seaside city is famous for its incredible art and culture, breathtaking architecture, stunning beaches and delicious local food and wine, Barcelona has got everything you could wish for from a city escape.
Seven places for amazing photos in Barcelona
Date: 12 September, 2018
Beautiful Barcelona, a historic and artistic seaside city, with its many architectural masterpieces, outstanding art and culture, colourful markets, beautiful beach and stunning food will be something of a wonderland for any photographer. Whether you’re a keen professional photographer or an Instagram enthusiast, Barcelona is definitely one of the most visually attractive and best places for capturing perfect travel photos.
Top five: The Best Pizza places in Barcelona
Date: 21 August, 2018
The capital of Cataluña, Barcelona, offers the perfect stimulus for the senses – it’s visually captivating architecture and colours enchant the eyes, the sounds of a buzzing atmosphere attests to the zest for life among its inhabitants and celebrated amongst the plethora of attractions, cultural treasures, and sunny climes is the delicious epicurean pleasures which are on offer here; with growing culinary sophistication and variety, Barcelona is most definitely a city of tastes and smells too!
The Best Gaudi Sights in Barcelona
Date: 23 August, 2016
Architect Antoni Gaudi is easily one of Spain's most famous artists, and his works are some of the biggest sightseeing attractions in Barcelona. A born and raised Catalan, Gaudi was also very religious and famous for his quirky take on Modernist architecture. While you probably already know that Sagrada Familia is a must-see destination, you may not realise until you arrive in Barcelona just how much Gaudi there is to see here! Here's our take on the best Gaudi sites to see, and how to make the most of your time in BCN without blowing too much cash.
10 Best Things to Do This Summer in Barcelona
Date: 9 June, 2016
Summer vacation is here! Are you ready to indulge in one of the most unique metropolises in the world? You name it and Barcelona has it: art, architecture, culture, young and friendly vibes, great cuisine, drinks, parties, mountains and beaches. Bring along sunscreen, a water bottle and your upbeat spirit for an excellent stay in this wonderful Mediterranean city!
Where To Find Barcelona's Most Bad-Ass Brunch
Date: 25 March, 2015
Brunch is a fabulous time: it's when you go over the hilarious and sometimes horrendous details of the night before. It's when you get properly acquainted with Carlos, or Carl or whatever their name was. And most of all, it's the time of the week when you f*ck all your dietary promises out the window in favour of maple bacon pancakes, eggs and a sneaky mimosa.