Some things to do in Barcelona this week

Halloween night at the Palau de la Música If you are one of those who enjoys role playing and eager to put on the costume of a vampire you must have been looking for a place where to go on the 31st of October. Barcelona offers many options to celebrate Halloween.  We...

Spanish idioms with food

The lord of subjuntivo and the master of condicionales, our wonderful Ricardo Rey Rodríguez is sharing how to use food expressions in the right way. Ricardo we ? you! Ser un chorizo – to be a thief Una patata caliente – a hot potato Dar la vuelta a la...

Events and cool spots of the week in Barcelona

Angus & Julia Stone concert; Snow European Tour 2017 Where words fail, music speaks. Since Angus & Julia Stone united artistically in 2006, everything has worked with an almost magical magnetism that has gone all over the world. Their four albums have gathered...

Non-verbal communication is Spanish

While practicing your oral comprehension, you need to learn something important: non-verbal communication in Spanish. Sometimes Spaniards use gestures instead of words. Our wonderful Belén Jurjo has explained the meaning of the most common gestures in colloquial...

What to do in Barcelona this week

  Brunch & Cake: An Instagram Foodie’s dream There’s a saying that people first eat with their eyes. Well, Brunch & Cake totally gets that. This restaurant serves one of the best brunch menus in town, from 8:30am to 10pm. Every dish at this place is like...

Things to do in Barcelona this week

Bunkers- El Carmel A nice break away from the hustle and bustle of the city center. Best way to get there is by bus, in particular, the V17 which runs until 22.30; it gets you the closest you possibly can with only a 5-10 minute walk up to the Bunkers. So, grab a...

Colloquial phrases in Spanish

There are some colloquial expressions from our lovely Victoria  for you! Learn and enjoy the view ? Estar forrado – to be a fat cat, to be very rich Estar quemado – to be exhausted, burnout Ser un borde – to be mean, to be rude Ser un hortera –...

SER and ESTAR with BIEN/MAL, BUENO/MALO

How come we are so lucky to have Ricardo Rey Rodríguez with us!!! He has revealed it all! Check how to use SER and ESTAR with BIEN/MAL, BUENO/MALO in a right way. Ricardo we ? you! SER y ESTAR con los adverbios y adjetivos BIEN/MAL y BUENO/MALO. ¡Ricardo, eres lo más!...
Hey, soon we’ll do a very cool party ! Chilling de Brazil

Hey, soon we’ll do a very cool party ! Chilling de Brazil

Celebrating the month of the Portugees, we can’t but organize a little party. So, join us on 20th of May and don’t resist to a festive spree of Bossanova music, crazy dancing, churrasco Brasileiro and beautiful sounds of the Portuguese language. El mes de...