THE BARCELONA CASINO WITH A CHILLING PAST

If you have ever found yourself doing the trek to Can Borrell in the Collserola mountains, you might have noticed a decrepit building along one of the bends on the Carretera de […]

SERIE GÒTIC: PLAÇA SANT FELIP NERI

One of the most beautiful and peaceful squares in all of Barcelona is the Plaça de Sant Felip Neri. Its history, however, is a tragic one. On January 30, 1938, two […]

LA VIEJITA | THE OLD LADY

Passeig del Born, surveilled by one of its tenants early on Catalonia Day (La Diada de Catalunya) on September 11th, 2016. The Catalan flag is proudly displayed on her balcony […]

PHOTOS: HOLY FRIDAY PROCESSION

Check out our photos from this year’s Holy Friday Procession! Click on the thumbnails to enlarge the images.   Photos by ISABEL TROYA   Check out @carrersbcn‘s photos on Instagram!

MECAL 2019 PROFILE: GERLANDO INFUSO

Last week, we had the pleasure of attending the Animated Short Film Competition at Mecal 2019. Not only that, we had the chance to sit down with the director of […]

CANFANGA PANOTS

Back in 1906, Barcelona had an unflattering nickname, “Can Fanga,” or “Mud House.” The city had a major problem with the accumulation of mud on its streets. The Barcelona flower was […]