FC Barcelona Camp Nou Despite being commonly referred to as the Nou Camp in English,...
How long is La Volta de Catalunya? Have a tough Monday and then some this...
To Bicing or not to Bicing? Fascinated by the Spanish cycling ways but in a...
Discover the dazzling shores outside the city walls, enjoy heavenly food at the foot of a hilltop lookout and or learn local history and earn a view of the Port!
Thinking about taking your bike with you on your flight? Need some help deciphering your airline's policies on bicycle transport? Cannot find the prices on their website? Unsure how the bike needs to be packed? Worry no more, we've got you covered. Continue reading Part Two of the series for rates, rules and regulations for travelling with your bicycle. We analyse the largest European airlines – Ryanair, EasyJet, Lufthansa, British Airways and Air France – for flights within Europe.
Barcelona City Council is pushing ahead with its ambitious 2013/ 2018 Urban Mobility Plan. It is a large 5 year framework which focuses on smart, healthy and fair transportation in Barcelona. It is also, according to the City Council, very important for the quality of life of Barcelona's residents. So what does the Urban Mobility Plan (UMP) mean exactly? That Barcelona is forgetting cars and focusing on cyclists.
Ever wake up in spring when it's still grey outside and walk quietly through the house trying to adjust a thousand belts and straps so they would not get in the way? And yet you're not annoyed in the slightest, you're very happy in fact, because you love your daily bicycle commute to school. You wonder though...
The region of Catalonia enjoys a Mediterranean climate with long hot summers and mild winters. The warm months offer plenty of sunshine - more than 10 hours a day – and rainclouds only make an appearance on the blue horizon about 15 days per year. Here, clear blue skies reign overhead almost everyday. So before you set off exploring on your bike, put those shades on!
The Barcelona district of el Raval, located south- west of la Rambla, was a hub of industrialization in the nineteenth century. A centre of entertainment for liberal artists where theatres, brothels, bars and cabarets were plenty, Raval has been dubbed Barrio Chino for its American Chinatown- like bohemian vibe ever since the 1920s.