As you stroll through Barcelona's historic, narrow streets, it's hard to tear your eyes away from the ever-so-charming, little balconies that smile down at you from above. From picnics in Park Güell to pinchos on Carrer de Blai, the Catalonian capital leaves nothing to be desired. Reminisce on long weekends spent window shopping and gallery hopping with our collection of Barcelona posters—a small series of cityscape prints as diverse and colourful as the hub itself.
Bustling hub, sleepy seaside
There's something magical about Mediterranean cities that you don't find in other parts of the world. Somehow, in Barcelona, the sun always seems to shine a little bit brighter, the people tend to be just a tad friendlier, and everywhere you go the food just seems to taste better. So what better way to travel to than straight to its heart from your home with a Barcelona poster?
Next time you get the chance head down via plane, be ready to let loose and immerse yourself in the hustle and bustle of the city's cultural scene. Once you've had your fill of architecture and art for the day, head over to Barceloneta for a sundowner. All you have to do now is breathe in the salt-kissed air.
Vamos a la playa
Speaking of shores, one of the best things about visiting Barcelona is the fact that the seaside is literally at your doorstep. If you haven't already done so, we highly recommend beach hopping your way down the coastline—start on Sant Sebastià's sandy shore and keep heading east until you find the cove of your calling. Rumour has it, if you trek all the way to Mar Bella, you might even be permitted to slip off your sandals and go for a quick skinny dip.
Back home? Back to life. Back to reality.
Fit all your memories into one frame with the Barcelona art print of your choosing—lo mejor está por venir.
After indulging in all things sunny-side up, there are plenty of equally exciting destinations just waiting to be explored back home. Take London, for example. Though admittedly, the weather can't quite compete with that of other European capitals, its lively markets and vibrant art scene make up for the lack of sol. Fancy a hot tip from one of our food-savvy editors? Head to Brixton food market's Jamaican stalls to gorge on the very best jerk chicken. Nom!