Wheels and Waves 2019. Video and photos

Un año más la playa de Milady, en Biarritz, acogió una nueva edición del Wheels and Waves, teniendo como plato fuerte una competición invitacional que reunía a ‘la creme dela creme’ del longboard Europeo. Durante todo el día del sábado se lanzó la competición tanto masculina como femenina dando un gran protagonismo al tablón durante […]
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Barcelona Pride Boat Parties and What’s On

Iconic high heel races, drag exhibitions, and vibrant parades: Barcelona’s Pride celebration has it all. As the biggest Pride in the Meditteranean, there’s no shortage of wild parties, events, and beautiful new best friends. We here at Stoke are super psyched that we have such a massive pride celebration going on in our neck of the woods! Stoke is passionate about always providing an inclusive environment where everyone feels encouraged to be whoever they want to be, so we’re pumped to offer our Hello Sailor Barcelona Pride Boat Party, aka the most fabulous fest on the high seas. Here’s what you saucy scallywags can expect from our wet and wild raunchy blowout!


Hello Sailor Theme:

Hellooo, sailor! Dust off your finest pirate hat, navy neckerchief, or captain’s cap for your naughty nautical adventure. Think pornstar pirate, sexy sailor, feisty fisherman! Partiers are highly encouraged to dress as colourful, fun, and campy as your heart desires- or just come in regular attire, we won’t judge!


An awesome ship:

What better vessel for swashbucklin’ seven seas shenanigans than a Spanish Armada-style pirate ship? The Jolly Roger fits up to 70 revellers and will be absolutely packed with bumping music, loads of glitter, tons of body paint, and heaps of hot people.


A drag queen hostess:

If spicy sailors, a fabulous pirate ship, and tons of glitter weren’t enough, enter drag queen Snortella deLine. She’s Barcelona’s fiercest radio DJ, stand-up comedian, host/founder of uber-popular monthly show Comedy Circus Dragstravaganza, and advocate of LOVE! With her around, you’re absolutely guaranteed a good time.

Whilst she’s normally busy performing amongst other queens such as Ru Paul’s Detox and spreading the message of love, equality and inclusion around Barcelona, we’re lucky enough to have her as our spectacular hostess for each of the boat parties. According to her, you can expect “a wild and crazy time with no holds barred (almost none).” She’s sweet, saucy, loud-mouthed and charming (the total package), and we can’t wait to have her as the captivating captain of our ship!



Obviously you’ll put the “star” in “starboard” with your stunning dance moves. But as much as we love to perform, we also love being entertained, which is why we’ve also hired some fab dancers to charm the crowd. Get ready to get down and dirty with Barcelona’s hottest booty shakers!


Semi-naked bar:

What kind of outrageous boat party would we be if we didn’t have semi-nude bartenders?! It’ll be tops off only, but we’ll take what we can get! With your ticket you’ll get four glasses of sangria or beer, but if they don’t float your boat you can also sip on gin and tonics, or rum colas for an extra €3 apiece.


Lots of foul-mouthed talk:

If you’re going to dress like a sailor, it’s time to act the part too! The air will be buzzing with music spun by our magnificent in-house DJ and loads of foul-mouthed talk that would make even the manliest of marines blush.


After Parties at Boys Bar:

After our two glorious hours of boat party time is up, we guarantee you’ll be itching to party even harder, and we’ve got just the place! Boys Bar in Gaixample, Barcelona’s neighborhood with the most inclusive spirit, is hosting everyone for the after-sesh!  On Thursday the 27th you’ll be able to sing your heart out at karaoke and on Friday the 28th they’ve arranged a saucy male strip show. On top of that, all boat party goers have discounted cocktails at the bar all night.


Arrr ya ready to get some booty and party on the Med with Barcelona’s babes? Book your ticket for the Hello Sailor Barcelona Pride Boat Party now, you sexy skipper!

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Need-to-Know Oktoberfest Information

Oktoberfest is the world’s largest, wildest beer festival. With robust Bavarian brews, unbeatable German chow, a massive carnival, and booming brass bands, it’s no wonder Oktoberfest draws millions of festival-goers each year. Think you’re ready to dance on table tops with fellow stein-slinging partiers while decked out in traditional German gear? Clueless what Oktoberfest has besides the beer? Here at Stoke we consider ourselves old experts after hosting Munich’s most popular Oktoberfest accommodations for over a decade and decided to compile the ABC’s of Okiefest so you’re ready to rumble when we see you this fall. Let’s kick it!


When is Oktoberfest?

Oktoberfest actually starts mid-September, which is why we have trust issues (the festival was pushed forward to take advantage of nicer weather, and so that the event could finish on the first Sunday of October – thereby coinciding with German Reunification Day, on October 3rd). The festival rages for anywhere between 14 and 16 gloriously lit days each year. This year, the festival kicks off on September 21st and wraps up on October 6th.


Where is Oktoberfest?

Oktoberfest is now celebrated all over the world (because c’mon, who doesn’t love an excuse to skull beer, eat food, and be merry), but the official festival takes place in the heart of Munich, Germany at fairgrounds called Theresienwiese. If that’s too much of a mouthful, it’s also dubbed Weisn by the locals, which is much easier to lovingly slur a few steins deep.


History of Oktoberfest

Surprisingly, beer wasn’t flowing at the party that started the fest we know and love today. The OG Oktoberfest celebration happened when Bavaria’s Crowned Prince Ludwig I tied the knot with Princess Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen on 12 October 1810. Like any other royalty rolling in dough, they invited the entire region to party it up with them on the grounds where Oktoberfest is held now (the word Theresienwiese translates to Therese’s Meadow).

After a few wildly successful years of festivities, horseraces, and general revelry the city declared Oktoberfest to be an official annual event and they moved the dates to September so people could take advantage of the “better” weather. It’s taken 200 years for Oktoberfest to evolve into the riotous event it is now – the first beer wasn’t even sold in the iconic glass mugs until 82 years after Oktoberfest began!


Oktoberfest Traditions

Oktoberfest is loaded with traditions like the beer purity laws, clothes, or music, but there are tons of modern twists thrown in too. You’ll hear old-school oompah bands blasting everything from classic Ein Prosit to brassy covers of the Black-Eyed Peas.

One of the biggest traditions is the opening commencement of the festival. To kick it off, there’s the massive parade of the Wiesn landlords and breweries with over 1,000 participants including bands, flower-loaded carts, and the breweries’ draft-horse drawn floats. The mayor then officially launches the world’s greatest drinking marathon by tapping the first keg at 12:00pm sharp while shouting “o’zapft is!” aka “it’s tapped” aka the sweetest words to ever caress your fun-lovin’ ears.


What to wear to Oktoberfest?

Almost everyone at Oktoberfest wears traditional clothes called Tracht. They’re literally designed to make you look as hot as possible while you’re guzzling litre after litre of golden beer and stuffing your face with loads of German grub. I hate to break it to you, but they’re expensive – some locals will drop over €1,000 for the highest quality threads. It’s by no means mandatory to rock Tracht, but the whole shebang is heaps more fun if you do, and it’ll help you get into the Oktoberfest spirit. Plus, your insta story will be way more poppin’ if you look the part while cheersing your stein and noshing on a pretzel.

Fellas, the traditional choice for you is lederhosen, leather shorts with suspenders worn over a button-up shirt. Stoke has lederhosen for €90 at the campsite shop, which is basically as cheap and as easy as it comes.

Ladies, the traditional garb for you is a dirndl, alpine peasant-style dress with a blouse and an apron. Essentially the dirndl’s sole purpose is to push cleavage up to gravity-defying, eye-popping heights. To take the hassle out of dirndl shopping, you can snag one for €70 at Stoke’s campsite shop, and we guarantee you’ll look damn stunning.


Is Oktoberfest expensive?

Oktoberfest is not a thrifty affair. Basically everything within the fairground is pricey, but we wouldn’t be coming back year after year if it wasn’t worth every cent. Here’s a little breakdown of what you can expect for costs besides the logistical shit like transport and a place to crash.

How much are drinks at Oktoberfest?

The beer at Okiefest is liquid gold, and the price reflects it. At the beer halls, a litre will run you €11.50 on average. On top of that, it’s customary to tip the beer wenches a euro or two per stein, because hey, those ladies work for it! We here at Stoke understand ballin’ on a budget, so we’ve got you hooked up with unlimited sangria and German beer at the campsite for less than the cost of a single litre at the fest.

How much is food at Oktoberfest?

Much like the beer, food at Oktoberfest is steep but definitely worth it. Lunch will run you anywhere from €9-15, a big meal can run you up to €25, and we know you’ll want at least a couple pretzels because drunk cravings are all too real. Thankfully Stoke’s campsite has an in-house team of chefs who are ready to dish you up hearty breakfasts and dinners included in the cost of your stay so you can save some coins for more beer!

Other Oktoberfest expenses

RIDES! There’s nothing we love more than chasing beer tent shenanigans with an amusement park ride or five. Watch out though, the cost – around €10 a pop for roller coasters and other big rides – will catch up to you after you’ve stumbled in line for the sixth time.


Where to stay for Oktoberfest?

Oktoberfest Hostels

Typically one of the old, beloved, reliable options for travellers, hostels turn hectic during Oktoberfest. Benefit: you’ll meet a few other travellers who you can party with. Drawback: they’ll run you at least €55 a night at best, and can go as high as €300. No, you’re not tripping – it can be €300 for a single bed in a shared room. Our advice for Oktoberfest hostels: book early, and use Hostelworld to compare prices easy as pie.

Oktoberfest Hotels

If you somehow have treasure chests of doubloons to shell out a night for a semi-decent hotel room, then you’re going to want to book early if you want anything remotely close to the city center. Prices for hotel stays will be jacked up, so just think about all the beer you could drink in exchange for a lonely hotel room and cushy pillow!

Oktoberfest Airbnbs

An Airbnb is a decent option if you have a huge group of friends and aren’t looking to venture outside your circle. They’re also pretty expensive, running €150 a night and higher if you book early in the season. A major problem is that hosts can cancel on you if they get a better offer which can be frustrating, especially if it’s last minute and you have to scramble for new accommodations

Oktoberfest Campsites

Campsites are definitely not the Taj Mahal, but they’re certainly the most fun and economic option, two qualities that seldom overlap. Obviously of all the campgrounds in Munich, we at Stoke pride ourselves in being the raunchiest, rowdiest, biggest fest outside of the fairgrounds with thousands of revellers flocking to Stoketoberfest each year.

The bathroom situation may be a little grodie at times and it gets a bit chilly if you’re not primed for Germany’s weather, but gnar toilets seem like a small price to pay for wild parties with beautiful international travel freaks, live music, and alcohol flowing from morning to night.

Oktoberfest Couchsurfing

Couchsurfing is the only free option unless you have an angelic, legendary friend in Munich willing to host you. Of course we love free stuff, but the chances that you’ll actually match up with a host is pretty slim considering they have mountains of requests.

On top of that, couchsurfing is about making a meaningful connection with another traveller, which is probably not that likely to happen considering most Oktoberfest attendees stumble home in a beer-induced delirium and crash on anything remotely more comfortable than gravel. Also, it would be kind of a shit move to chunder all over a lovely stranger’s bathroom when they’re letting you crash for €0.


Which beers do they have at Oktoberfest?

The beers at Oktoberfest are the sweet nectar of the party gods. They’re required to obey German purity laws, which means they only have four ingredients: hops, barley, yeast, and water. No artificial preservatives or additives! And fortunately, most of the beer has a 6% abv which makes the litres worth the price, especially since the beer goes down faster than your standards after a full day at the beer halls. On top of that, all the official Oktoberfest beers have to be brewed within the Munich city limits, which leaves six breweries repped at Oktoberfest:

  • Augustiner-Bräu: Their most popular brew is Helles (5.2% abv), a light colored, sparkling, mild beer.
  • Hacker-Pschorr-Bräu: Their Märzen beer (5.8% abv) is particularly malty, slow roasted and caramelized to a deep honey amber.
  • Löwenbräu: Their Wiesnbier (6.1%) is literally translated as “meadow beer,” named after the festival grounds, and is known for its touch of spice and an herbal aroma.
  • Paulaner: The most popular beer at Oktoberfest, Paulaner Oktoberfestbier (5.8%) is full bodied and has notes of toffee and fruit.
  • Spatenbräu: Their Oktoberfestbier (5.9% abv) is full-bodied with a delicate sweetness, light taste of hops, and a gentle bitterness.
  • Staatliches Hofbräu-München: Hofbräu’s Oktoberfestbier (6.3% abv) is mild and palatable with a sweet, light, tart fruit finish.


What to eat at Oktoberfest?

A classic rookie mistake is not eating enough while you’re drinking, which is almost an impressive feat to accomplish because the food at Oktoberfest is fucking heavenly. It’s the kind of chow that puts hair on your chest, makes you feel like a ferocious Germanic warrior, and equips you to guzzle brew after brew without batting an eyelash. Basically none of it’s good for you, but we don’t do Oktoberfest for our health.

Meat is the holy grail of Oktoberfest cuisine, and the tents are infamous for crispy pork knuckle served with a giant knife, golden roast chicken, and oxen cooked on a massive spit. On top of meat, gigantic salty soft pretzels are easily the most popular food, and for a reason: they’re cheap, delicious, and perfect for sopping up beer. For a full guide on food you’ve gotta knock back at Oktoberfest, check out this article.


How to get to Oktoberfest?

Flying to Oktoberfest:

If you’re trekking to Oktoberfest from across the globe or the far stretches of Europe, flying to Munich is probably necessary. Ticket prices to the Munich International Airport, which is 35 minutes from the heart of the city, get jacked up the closer it gets to the fest. To scope out the cheapest flights, Skyscanner is your best mate.

Train to Oktoberfest:

If you’re already in Europe and decently close to Munich, it’s worthwhile to look into train travel. Going by train takes a little longer and it’s not the cheapest option, but it leaves the smallest carbon footprint and comes with the added bonus of sightseeing along the way. Plus there’s no pesky luggage fees, and you don’t have to worry about driving hungover or missing a flight.

Bus to Oktoberfest:

Bussing is probably the cheapest option if you’re near Germany. Flixbus generally has insanely great prices, prime for students and backpackers. The bus takes a while, but you’re crammed in with heaps of fellow travellers, aka your new best friends.

Stoke provides private bus transport from Barcelona, Amsterdam, Prague, and Italy to take the stress off transportation so you can prioritize other stuff, like partying along the way with your beautiful future tent neighbors.

Driving to Oktoberfest:

We all love jamming to stellar music on a good roadie with the buds. Driving to Oktoberfest is an option if you have access to a car or have friends who want to split the cost of renting one with you. The only downside is that you have to put the car somewhere during the festival, and parking can get pretty dicey. It’s also unlikely that you’ll be using it during the fest given that you’ll probably be sloshed out of your mind if you’re doing it right.


Feel like an Okiefest expert? Ready to put your knowledge to the test? Book Stoke Travel’s all-inclusive Oktoberfest experience to join the biggest party outside the beer halls.

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Camping in Costa Brava: the 5 most ‘grammable moments

When we go on vacay we all mutate into cringy, basic Insta binches. Stoke knows in the dark, dingy corners of your soul you secretly relish making your friends back home seethe with jealousy, so we set up a brand-spankin’-new beach camp in Costa Brava. It’s the coast with the most, and a location straight out of an Instagrammer’s wet dream. Here are Costa Brava’s most ‘grammable moments so you can get the sweet, sweet emotional validation of a comment or twelve.


It’s inevitable: we all gain a little travel weight, whether it’s from knocking back brews nonstop or scarfing down platefuls of tapas all while convincing ourselves “it’s okay because vacation calories aren’t real!” Don’t fear, your sleazy ex who still follows you for some godforsaken reason never needs to know about your lovable travel gut! Behold, kayaking! The first thing you have going for you is that you’ll be sporting a life jacket, which is pretty much just a souped-up lifesaving waterproof girdle. Secondly, you’re constantly using your arms to paddle, which makes your oiled-up shoulder muscles glisten in a way that would put Hercules to shame. Your ex will know #ragret like never before.


Snorkeling is adventurous. It’s cool. It makes you look bold and gritty and intrepid, and it’s a prime balancer so everyone knows you’re not just tossing your money clubbing and getting sloshed on your Eurotrip. Costa Brava’s waters are mind-blowingly blue, which means time to whip out the Go-Pro. Cue spam of you adorably swimming amongst the fishies and coral! Cue hilarious, endearing candids of you hopping around after accidentally stepping on a sea urchin! Cue that total babe who follows you sliding into your DMs!

Cliff jumping

The view from the cliffs on Costa B’s coastline is borderline orgasmic, which makes it the perfect backdrop for when you’re flaunting your daring, gutsy spirit (and your swimsuit-clad beach bod). Nothing will let the internet know how much of a badass you are than a sick vid of you plunging into the crystalline depths of the Balearic Sea from stomach-churning heights. You’ll look like Indiana Jones and Poseidon’s beautiful, ballsy illegitimate love child.

When our beautiful, stellar staff at the campsite aren’t busy cooking delicious meals and hosting beer pong tourneys, they spend their free time scouring the coast for the most righteous cliff-jumping locations. Thanks to their hard work, you can skip the only mildly gorgeous cliff-jumping spots and bee-line to the “holy shit my eyeballs have peaked” sites.

Beautiful beaches

Yeah, we know, the standard beach pic is hella dusty. At this point, the typical booty shot and “casual” ab pics, typically paired up with some vom-inducing caption like “beaches be crazy” or “I’m a true oceanholic,” make us roll our eyes so far back into our skulls that we can see our last two braincells brawling for survival.

At Costa Brava, you won’t be tossing up average posts because you won’t be doing average shit. You can snag a pic of you being sporty while spiking a volleyball, or a snapshot looking majestic and tranquil as fuck while doing guided morning acroyoga. We’ll keep it on the DL that you actually swallowed an entire mouthful of sand diving for the ball, or that you were hungover and looked like you were in the most painful part of labor during the yoga sesh. The other ‘grammers will see you as a sandy, glistening, tan beach god.

With your new mates

You never know who you’ll meet at the beach camp, whether it’s your new best travel buddy, or hell, even the love of your life! And obviously you want to prove to your family back home that you’re not a friendless flog. This is the perfect op for you to snag a boomerang bumping glasses of sangria, looking hot as the Spanish sun while playing beach olympics with your new crew, or grinning like a goon while soaking up some rays next to your buds.

Maybe you’ve heard raunchy whispers of our infamous Wheel of Misfortune from other Stoke experiences like Oktoberfest and Running of the Bulls. Our Beach Camp at Costa Brava is no exception, and the Wheel provides perfect content for a saucy snap, whether you end up smashing a shoey out of a gnarly flip flop or doing a boob luge with a campsite cutie whose tent you’ll inevitably end up sharing. Either way, everyone will see how super cool, popular, and worldly you are, beer dripping down your chin, wild-eyed, full-hearted, surrounded by fellow legends.


Ready to transcend to true traveling ~influencer~ status? Join us at our new Costa Brava beach camp to make all the babes want you and all the peasants want to be you!

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7 Ways to Get Ripped Off in Barcelona

If you’ve had friends who’ve travelled to Barcelona, they’ve probably come home from an insane week-long bender with tales about chucking caution to the wind, devouring the best food of their lives and partying with strangers through the night until sunrise on the beach. Since Barcelona is Stoke’s wild, beautiful European base, we’ve come to know her well. She may be your best bad influence, but she’s also the one who steals your stuff, takes your money for drinks, and won’t hit you back for the cab at the end of the night.  Here are some guaranteed ways to get ripped off in one of the most legendary, stellar cities in the world, and a few tricks to avoid them.


Getting robbed/pickpocketed

If you think you’re good with your hands, the pickpockets of Barcelona will put you to shame. Masters of distraction and deception, they’ll jack your phone and wallet with a mystical disappearance that would make Houdini blush. Don’t let looks deceive you, either – it could be that the only number that hottie at the club wants from you is the one on your Mastercard.  

To avoid finding yourself possessionless you should probably become a recluse, hermited up alone under the covers in your hostel bed for your Barca vacay. If you venture into the dangerous cut-throat outdoors, exclusively go nude to let the thieves know you have absolutely nothing for them to steal. If you must bring a bag, fill all extra pockets with spaghetti, shit, and bees as a nasty surprise for any pickpocket trying to sneak in a cheeky finger.

Or, ya know, just keep your stuff in front of you on the metro and don’t leave your wallet in your back pocket like a dumbass. Don’t let strangers touch you in the street, and remember that any stranger who refers to you as My friend, is almost certainly not your friend. Plus, losing a phone in Barcelona is basically a twisted rite of passage.


Going to touristy restaurants

A stock photo of paella as restaurant advertisement is just about as reliable as Alejandro, 25, 1.89m’s Tinder ab selfie. Unless you want to be dished up reheated, watery paella and shitty “authentic” sangria, avoid the stock photo restaurants at all costs, especially any place directly on Las Ramblas. They will charge you an arm, a leg, 5% of your future income, and the soul of your firstborn child for a meal you could chef up with a microwave and some frozen shrimp.

Finding good paella takes major skill. Usually, the mom-and-pop restaurants will make you paella to order instead of a frozen dinner that’ll break the bank. If you don’t trust your own sketchy judgment, ask a local what’s good, and remember that real paella is golden brown, never yellow. Yellow paella is a major non non.


Buying drinks on the beach

We get it, nothing feels like a relaxing vacation more than sipping a fancy pink fruity drink with a teensy cocktail umbrella right on the beach. Barcelona’s oceanside bars (called “chiringuitos”) know that tourists will toss major coinage to feel beachy and posh. Before you know it, you’re five margs deep and dizzily squinting at the bill wondering how the fuck you’ve managed to spend €55 in one go. You told yourself you’d only get a drink or two: a lie we’ve all told ourselves before waking up on a park bench in the blinding light of the next morning dazed, dry-mouthed, clutching a stolen glass from a mystery bar.

To avoid the following drunken disbelief, mild self-loathing, and empty pockets, we recommend buying a cheap bottle of local wine and going to the beach for €0. Or if you want to make your friends green with envy, feel like a boujee swashbucklin’ pirate, and toss back unlimited sangria and beer whilst sailing the ocean blue for the price of three piña coladas on the beach, Stoke’s got you covered with our official legendary Barcelona Boat Parties.


Making it rain at the club

The drunk mind does what the sober heart wants, and that includes selling your left kidney for a single vodka Redbull at the club. Your delirious drunk self might think it’s a stroke of suave genius to purchase 12 tequila shots for a picante stunner and their whole entourage, but you know what they say: tequila to kill ya (and your wallet). At the classy, polished clubs they’ll milk you for all you’ve got, which includes dishing out at least €7 for a single beer. This is a fucking racket, might I add, considering you can get a decent beer at any market for a handful of chump change.

Our advice: pregame. Pregame hard. Get schwasted before you even think about leaving for the club. Save yourself the bankruptcy headache piledriven on top of your inevitable pulsing hangover migraine. And if the stunner needs heaps of tequila to get on with you, they might not like you that much in the first place.


Dressing like you’re fresh off the boat

Everyone loves a tourist whipping their selfie stick around like a lightsaber-wielding Star Wars fanatic at Comic-Con. Nothing screams high fashion like tube socks and jandals. Wearing only swim trunks and your farmer’s tan on the metro is guaranteed to let the locals know you’re a certified beach babe.

Don’t get me wrong, we love practicality and comfort on travel just as much as the next guy. But the Spanish are a fashionable bunch. Your highlighter pink “I LOVE BCN” hoodie is a beacon summoning all the dirty rascals looking for unassuming tourists to swindle, and we’re better than that! So leave the neon green velcro sneakers at home, and tuck that camera away, unless you want to be a big, blinking target for the dicks out there just waiting to rip you off.


Buying anything on Las Ramblas

Las Ramblas is the hot, burning sun at the center of the rip-off universe. The vendors, shopkeepers, and servers there will take advantage of sightseers who are looking for convenience, don’t know there’s cheaper stuff literally a few blocks away, or think they’re getting the genuine, insider Barcelona experience. They’d upcharge the dirt under the pavement on the street if they could.

Please, for the love of god, don’t waste your hard-earned cash on trinkets that you could get for cheap five minutes away when you could be spending those extra euros on alc. We’re throwing caution to the wind here, not our precious euro bills.


Taking taxis everywhere

A good way to scam yourself is to take taxis when it’s totally unnecessary. If there’s a big event like a festival going on, taxi drivers will charge you three times their regular fee just because they know your turnt ass is desperate for transport.

Barcelona’s public transit is tight. The busses and metros are super cost-effective and will get you where you need to go for a euro or two. Plus, walking is always free, and it’s a good way to work off all the delicious paella and sangria you’ll be scarfing down leagues away from Las Ramblas at those awesome restaurants we mentioned earlier.


Ready to party in one of Europe’s most iconic fiesta destinations? Snag your tickets for one of Stoke’s Barcelona Boat Parties to start your night off right, or join us for our rad Barcelona City Break!

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