The Top 20 Travel Blogs in Barcelona in 2019
After extensive research, we’re proud to announce the 20 best blogs you can find for travelling to Barcelona as of 2019!
The selection process…
Travelling is about experiencing the best of what a new city can offer and a great place to find inspiration is in blogs. However, it can be a jungle to navigate through the many blogs and content you can find online. Therefore, our team has scoured the internet looking for the best travel blogs in Barcelona.
The 20 blogs that have made the final list have been selected following a selection according to 4 criteria:
- Quality of the content
- The practicality of the tips and pieces of advice
- Purpose of the blog
In this award, you will find talented photographers, skilled writers, wanderlust addicts, foodies, family travellers, and eco-friendly travellers. Additionally, it is necessary to mention that some websites awarded are not, strictly speaking, travel blogs. However, in every case, the usefulness of their tips or their great content have convinced us to include them.
All 20 blogs have made it as „Best 20 Travel Blogs in 2019” meaning the order is random.
We would like to congratulate all the bloggers that made the Top 20 thanks to their awesome work!
The nominated bloggers are more than welcome to put the following code on their website to use the badge and share their nomination with their readers!
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Appetite and Other Stories
The Blonde Abroad
The Blonde Abroad is the go-to website for solo and female travel around the world for all women, by women. Kiki is a California native, who, not too long ago left her career in corporate finance to become a world traveller. Since quitting her job, she has travelled to over 70 countries and has knocked some big adventures off her bucket list.
Barcelona Eat Local
Barcelona Eat Local’s blog focuses mainly on gastronomy, the one that makes the city and the Catalan region so delicious. You will find the best places to eat, they will point you to family-run eateries at the most unique locations. As well, there is a wealth of information about Catalan cuisine, the main tapas you should eat when visiting Barcelona, and things to do and see, including trips outside the city.
Since 1996, Barcelona Metropolitan has been the most powerful brand and THE ONLY source of reliable information for English speakers living in and travelling to Barcelona, informing the community via a monthly magazine, weekly newsletters plus a dynamic and informative website. Although historically based in Barcelona, we plan to expand to English-speaking hubs across Spain.
Barcelona Metropolitan strives to be the Expert Guide for English-speaking Expats. Our content is written by native English-speaking writers who live in the city and cover the pillars of the international community with fundamental information. We are laser-focused on topics critical to the expat experience, which include inter alia financial services, insurance, immigration, pets, international schools, luxury travel, automobiles, real estate purchasing, health & wellness coaches, medical services, relocation, theatre and art reviews, as well as host other professional services. We plan to add a consumer complaints/support and a jobs bulletin board for positions requiring native English speakers.
Our advertisers covet our well-defined target of readers comprised of highly-educated, tech-savvy, English-speaking professionals with significant disposable income, travel frequently and dine out 3 times per week. We combine niche advertising with online optimized contents to get maximum visibility for our advertisers. To effectively reach our readers, our team exploits a robust digital marketing platform, powerful marketing packages and innovative advertising options as well as empowering clients with social media services to amplify their branding and online visibility.
Foodie in Barcelona
Foodie in Barcelona is a blog with weekly posts, exploring one address at a time. The posts are written in the tone I would use with a friend, sharing quirky details and giving tips on everything from what to order to make sure to take a trip to the washrooms if they are particularly special. I pick places on merit with a special interest in those that are small and independent and trying to do something different, bonus points if they are working with food in season and KM 0. .
Travels of Adam
Travels of Adam is an award-winning gay travel blog by Adam Groffman. The site features unique and personal stories from around the world, including a popular series of Hipster City Guides. A voice for this new generation of travellers: modern, open-minded millennials with a strong interest in city destinations, alternative tourism, and creative ideas. The site was awarded silver prize for „Best Travel Blog” by the North American Travel Journalists Association 2019.
Homage to BCN
Homage to BCN is a blog about discovering all aspects of Barcelona. The history, culture, and things to do and see. I also get other people to write about their ‘perfect day in Barcelona’ to share what they love about the city too!
Eat in Barcelona
Justine Ancheta runs Latitude 41, which gives no-fluff advice for discovering Barcelona and other parts of Spain. A California native and expat since 2008, Justine started the blog in 2013 as a way of sharing an unexpressed romance with the city. Because she’s raised 3 kids there, she also imparts helpful travel tips for families visiting Barcelona. Other than creating useful guides, she also shares cultural quirks and weird Catalan traditions like the caga tió, the Christmas pooping log. Her biggest travel tip for tourists: don’t get robbed! With a touch of humour and fun insight, this blog is a fun place to hang out.
The Barcelona Diaries
The Barcelona Diaries is a project where I celebrate and share everything I love about this city. I want to encourage people in Barcelona to get to know it better and discover new places, as well as help visitors, experience the city in a way only a local can show them. It’s my collection of special moments in Barcelona!
The Travel Hack
Mantel a Cuadros
Not Home Syndrome
I set up Driftwood Journals after moving to Barcelona in 2009 and falling head over heels in love with the food, people and culture. I admire the way Catalans live their lives and am fascinated by their traditions and cultural quirks. So many travellers think of Barcelona as being another Spanish city of „sun, sea and sangria”, but there’s so much more to it than that. With over 2,000 years of history to explore and an immensely independent sense of cultural identity, the Catalan capital really does it have all. I’m passionate about meaningful and responsible travel and, through my writing and photography, try to encourage visitors to dig deeper, to celebrate and preserve Barcelona’s unique charms while connecting with local people and their way of life.
Salt in Our Hair
Plan your trip to Barcelona
All the above-mentioned bloggers have all provided an amazing guide on what to do and see while visiting Barcelona. Don’t let your bags hold you back from experiencing Barcelona from the moment you arrive until the moment you depart. Store your bags with one of our 90 luggage storage locations all around Barcelona or read our guide for more information about how you can easily store luggage in Barcelona as of 2019.