Top 7 Bubble Tea Spots in Barcelona
AB Apartment Barcelona | Barcelona City Guide
by Georgia Renshaw
2M ago
Bubble Tea originates from Taiwan and is made by combining tea, sweetened milk, and chewy tapioca balls. In Barcelona, the Bubble Tea scene is not just a trend, but a thriving culinary landscape full of creativity and flavour. Whether you’re a Bubble Tea enthusiast or a curious newcomer, these top 7 destinations promise to impress! 1. Bubbolitas Barcelona Hidden within the historic Gothic Quarter, Bubbolitas invites guests to explore its diverse selection of Bubble Tea delights. Whether you’re drawn towards the comfort of classic milk teas or eager to explore adventurous fruit infusions ..read more
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Top 5 French Grocery Stores in Barcelona
AB Apartment Barcelona | Barcelona City Guide
by AB Apartment Barcelona
3M ago
Are you in Barcelona and craving some French flavours? Look no further! In this blog, we’ll introduce you to 5 amazing French grocery shops in Barcelona that will satisfy all your culinary needs. From delectable cheeses and freshly baked baguettes to fine wines and gourmet delicacies, these stores have it all. So, let’s take a tour of the city and discover where you can find a little taste of France in the heart of Barcelona. Bon appétit! 1. Ma petite épicerie In this grocery store, you’ll find lots of typically French products that are hard to find in Barcelona: all kinds of cheeses, biscuits ..read more
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Temps de Flors: Girona Flower Festival 2024
AB Apartment Barcelona | Barcelona City Guide
by AB Apartment Barcelona
3M ago
  The petite and charming city of Girona is photogenic at any time of the year, but wait ‘til you visit during its annual festival, the Temps de Flors. Each spring, during the second week of May, people flock from all over Spain to Girona’s Barri Vell neighbourhood to admire its colourful streets lined with spectacular floral displays. Monuments and courtyards are transformed into remarkable ornamental gardens, so you can enjoy the wonderful ensemble of vibrant colours and glorious aromas which perfectly accompany the fascinating cultural and historical heritage of this city. This unique ..read more
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How to Use the T-Mobilitat Card
AB Apartment Barcelona | Barcelona City Guide
by Georgia Renshaw
3M ago
Barcelona’s public transport services are now even more accessible and efficient with the T-Mobilitat card. Using contactless technology, this ticketing system offers a safer and more sustainable mode of travel, enhancing the commuting experience for both locals and visitors. Let’s take a look at everything you need to know about the T-Mobilitat Card! What is the T-Mobilitat Card? The T-Mobilitat Card is a contactless ticketing and digital card system designed for public transportation across the province of Barcelona. With its user-friendly approach, locals and tourists can seamlessly navigat ..read more
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Top 9 Mexican Restaurants in Barcelona | Food Guide
AB Apartment Barcelona | Barcelona City Guide
by Georgia Renshaw
3M ago
Individuals from all over the world relocate to Barcelona and call it home, bringing with them their own cultural essence and turning the city into a gem for exploring different cuisines and indulging in international gastronomy.  Among the world’s most beloved cuisines, Mexican food stands out with its incredible flavours, bold spices, and delightful dishes, and luckily, there are numerous restaurants in Barcelona where you can savour this delicious cuisine. Let’s take a look at the top 9 Mexican restaurants that you can visit on your next trip to Barcelona! Rosa Negra Rosa Negra stands ..read more
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Barcelona’s Top 6 Gluten-Free Bakeries
AB Apartment Barcelona | Barcelona City Guide
by Georgia Renshaw
3M ago
Barcelona’s bakeries are truly heavenly, and for those facing gluten-related challenges, whether it be an allergy, intolerance, or just a personal preference, can thoroughly enjoy delightful baked treats thanks to the abundance of gluten-free bakeries in the city. Let’s explore our favourite gluten-friendly bakeries in Barcelona! 1. Jansana Nestled in the charming Eixample neighbourhood, the quaint Jansana bakery awaits. This gluten-free paradise first opened its doors in 2015 and was one of the first bakeries in Barcelona dedicated to providing solely gluten-free baked delights. Within its co ..read more
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Complete Guide to the Tourist Tax in Barcelona and Catalonia 2024
AB Apartment Barcelona | Barcelona City Guide
by AB Apartment Barcelona
3M ago
How many times have you found yourself travelling and, upon booking your accommodation, you are told you must pay a local tax? This situation is very common in several countries and tourists often do not get all the information about why they should pay this extra sum of money. Catalonia was a pioneer in applying the tourist tax, which was approved for the first time in 2012. Since then, this tax has undergone several modifications. For this reason, if you are travelling through Barcelona or other regions of Catalonia, you will be interested to know a little more about this tax. Here at A ..read more
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La Diada de Sant Jordi: Barcelona’s Day of Books and Roses 2024
AB Apartment Barcelona | Barcelona City Guide
by AB Apartment Barcelona
3M ago
Throughout Catalonia, April 23rd is known as “La Diada de Sant Jordi” (Saint George’s Day) or “El Dia de los Amantes” (Lovers’ Day). It is one of the most celebrated and important festivals in the region and is definitely one Barcelona event that should not be missed! Each year on this day, the streets of Barcelona are filled with yellow and red stripes as Catalan flags decorate lamp posts and hang from windows in honour of Sant Jordi, the patron saint of Catalonia. Rose and book stands are also a common sight on April 23rd, especially in the city centre, as people exchange these commemorative ..read more
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How to Get Your TIE Card in Barcelona
AB Apartment Barcelona | Barcelona City Guide
by Georgia Renshaw
4M ago
Each year, an increasing number of individuals choose to move to Barcelona, whether it be for educational pursuits, employment opportunities, or simply to immerse themselves in a new city and its remarkable culture. For those that are lucky enough to make the move, there are numerous essential procedures to complete for legal residency in Barcelona, with obtaining a TIE card being one of them.  We aim to make your transition to Barcelona as smooth as possible, so this blog will guide you through everything you need to know about the TIE. What is a TIE? The TIE (Tarjeta de Identidad de Ext ..read more
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Easter in Barcelona 2024: What to See and Do this Semana Santa
AB Apartment Barcelona | Barcelona City Guide
by AB Apartment Barcelona
4M ago
Easter is regarded as one of the most important times of the religious calendar in many places all over the world, and Barcelona is no exception. Celebrations of ‘Semana Santa’, or Holy Week, begin on 24th March and run all the way through to the 31st March, providing 8 days of fun activities and traditional festivities for those lucky enough to be in the city during this time. Although many residents choose to escape Barcelona at Easter time and head to the smaller seaside towns and nearby villages, visitors to the city will still be able to enjoy a plethora of Easter parades, processions and ..read more
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