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The best thing about Barcelona is that you can visit it every three months and it will always have new experiences to offer you. The city never stops, and with the arrival of spring, it takes on a new breath, even more brimming with life and movement.

Spring stirs the blood. And even more so in a city like Barcelona. Here, everything fills with a special energy, both for its visitors, who are eager to shed their coats, and for its streets, becoming the perfect stage for those thirsty for plans. From the revival of some of its iconic spaces to the inauguration of new urban gems, this season that we are inaugurating is a testament to the city's constant rebirth. Today, we share some secrets that neither tourists nor locals should miss.



The Hotel Regina adds a new chapter and unveils a new look

The emblematic Hotel Regina in Barcelona is preparing to dazzle us in early April with its new image. Maintaining its 4 stars, the hotel adopts a more luxurious and contemporary approach.


The lobby will host Gina's, a restaurant offering ideal delights accompanied by wines and cocktails. This change represents a significant aesthetic transformation for an establishment with over 100 years of history. The renovation of all its rooms has been carried out by WIT, a renowned architecture, interior design, and design studio, which has opted for a neutral and timeless style. We'll tell you more as soon as we can.



In spring, we feel like dancing

Dansa Metropolitana, one of the few cultural initiatives that transcend the limits of Barcelona to forge a metropolitan identity, returns this March. Twelve municipalities come together to offer a rich agenda of 270 activities, including 90 free ones. This event features the participation of 16 international productions, with a notable presence of French companies, without neglecting the Spanish and Catalan proposals that promise to excite the audience with their innovative creations.



Miquel Barceló's ceramics in a unique setting, La Pedrera

La Pedrera celebrates Miquel Barceló's ceramic work with the most comprehensive retrospective exhibition to date in Barcelona by the artist. This creative journey, which began 30 years ago after an inspiring trip to Mali, shows Barceló's evolution and his intimate connection with clay, presenting more than 100 works that narrate his trajectory from his early incursions to his most recent works.



Barcelona from a new perspective

Are you one of those who seeks the most impressive panoramic view of your destination when you travel? The Mirador Torre Glòries, opened in 2022, is your place. Conceived within Jean Nouvel's innovative architecture, this observatory completely transforms our perception of the Catalan city. Strategically located on the 30th floor, at an elevation of 125 meters above the ground, it promises an unprecedented visual experience with a 360-degree view. But the crown jewel is undoubtedly "Cloud Cities Barcelona," an artwork by Tomás Saraceno, which majestically floats at 130 meters high. This walkable sculpture invites a multisensory journey through its forms and spaces, suspended at the top of the tower.



Tibidabo: adrenaline to new heights

The Tibidabo amusement park is preparing to raise the excitement with its new free-fall attraction. With a height of 50 meters and 360-degree spins, this experience promises spectacular views of the city, combined, of course, with a dizzying descent that will make your heart beat a mile a minute.