Located steps from the city’s main beaches, The Barcelona EDITION is close to some of the city’s most noteworthy attractions. Hotel guests can walk the tree-lined Passeig de Gràcia and Las Ramblas to browse the shops and sample numerous restaurants. After seeing the area from the hotel’s rooftop cafe, explore the landmarks of the iconic Gothic Quarter, including the famous Barcelona Cathedral or the Roman Wall. The perfectly located boutique hotel is also conveniently near the bustling cruise port.
FIRE FESTIVAL – June 9-19Toggle
The first cinema, documentary and short film LGTBIQ+ festival in Spain celebrates its 27th edition
RAVALADA – June 12Toggle
Ravalada is the drag party of the moment in Barcelona. A tour through different bars with drag performances and many surprises
SIRENES EN TRANSSIT – June 29 – September 29Toggle
Sacha Coward curates this exhibition about this mesmerizing and dangerous creatures so related to the LGBTBIQ+ community
A classic queer bar in Raval to start the night. Their claim says it all: “the genderfuck house”
ODD QUEER KIOSKToggle
The first queer kiosk in Barcelona. You can find a carefully curated selection of titles, indie publications, fanzines and a very nice selection of illustrations from LGTBIQ+ artists, as well as drinks, nice coffee and snacks.
The dearest place for the Barcelona queer scene in the city center
FLAMENCO QUEER – June 17Toggle
Identity, strength, authenticity, pureness, roos, dancing, cante (flamenco singing) and guitar.
Bespoke footwear store where you can find exceptional shoe creations made by local passioned hands.
Casa Mari i RufoToggle
Prepare to delight your palate with the fresh products of Casa Mari i Rufo with their non-stop, bustling kitchen serving seafood and typical Spanish plates in a casual atmosphere.
Can Cisa – Bar BrutalToggle
Discover local dishes complemented by a selection of the best natural wines. Bar Brutal is one of the neighbourhood musts when dining in Barcelona.
Go local and sample amazing tapas and fresh market products in the long bar of an old school restaurant located in the heart of El Born district.
Clothing store where you can shop for your favorite flowers while also browsing international fashion brands for both men and women in this lovely corner of El Born neighborhood.
Carme Balada CerámicaToggle
For this female artist, clay is everything. Her art focuses on integrating traditional Japanese and African ceramics into fresh and innovative contemporary styles.
Since 1849, this pastisseria has been sweetening up Barcelona locals and visitors alike with its homemade candies and cakes.