The Barcelona Guide for Digital Nomads
Facts About Barcelona
Get a bit of a general overview about Barcelona: it’s all about history, location, locals! It’s always nice to learn about the destination even if you’re not staying there for long. Like this, it’s easier to connect with locals and to understand the traditions and habits.
Useful General Information
Before we can settle in a place we need to know some basics… In this chapter, you will find an introduction to all the important facts with a lot of information regarding currency, ATMs, and prices as well as about how to get to the place, how to get around in the city, about internet and safety. Stop worrying, start nomading!
Where to Work in Barcelona
Do you prefer coworking spaces or laptop-friendly cafés? We checked as many places to work from as possible to give you a precise insight on how working online in Barcelona feels like. You will find all necessary information for your mobile work place in our Barcelona Guide.
What and Where to Eat in Barcelona
You can’t fully experience a culture without trying all the typical dishes. Time for tapas, baby! But where are the best places to find them? Some restaurants are much better than others. I’ve tracked all the best ones down so that you don’t have to – and SURPRISE! Sometimes the cheaper ones are actually the most delicious!
Where to Stay in Barcelona
Where is the best place to stay? What kind of place should you search for? In which area will you get the full “nomad experience”? We’ll tell you exactly where to go so you will save the headache of searching for those spots yourself! You know what you get into before arriving.
What to See in Barcelona and Spain
One of the reasons for us to become digital nomads in the first place is to experience new places and cultures, right? My main job as a travel writer is to show you the most beautiful places. Of course, these are also part of the city guides. You will know about all the must-sees before getting to Barcelona so that you can enjoy exciting trips without doing the research yourself!
Get the Barcelona Guide for Digital Nomads!
By following our insider tips, the guide is bound to save you lots of cash, many hours of research, and prevent some stomach aches.
And all this for less than the cost of a meal!
In Barcelona, I was only once and unfortunately only for a long weekend. That’s why I got some co-authors on board to write the Barcelona Guide together and give you the best possible insights. I created the City Guides for Digital Nomads and wrote most of them myself. Take a look at the others! You might also be interested in places other than Barcelona.
I am Laura-Lee, 29 years old, vegan and in love with the world. In 2013, I started my travel blog thetravellette.com. In 2011, during my studies, I did an internship abroad in Barcelona. After only a few days I fell in love with the city, the people and the sea and moved there right after my studies. Before I became a digital nomad, I lived in Barcelona for a total of 6 years. On my blog you will find insider tips and lots of useful information for your trip about the most beautiful city in the world.
My journey as a nomad began in 2017. Before that, I lived in Barcelona for almost a year in a normal full-time office job. During this time I attended the first meetups and events about digital nomadism. Originally a freelance translator and author, I am now a project manager at Global Talent, an international freelance community.
In May 2018, I started my nomadic journey and now I call a small hand luggage backpack my “home”.
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