The city of Barcelona as some very special moments during the year, and one of them occurs in this month of September, its patron celebrations, la Festa Major de la Merce, which is celebrated on 24th September. Leer más
Barcelona has many terraces to enjoy, and in the months of September and October, the heat is not so suffocating and enjoy a snack or dinner in one of the magnificent terraces of the city becomes one of the most pleasant activities not only for tourism in Barcelona, but also for city residents. Leer más
The helicopter ride through Barcelona gives us a unique view of the neighborhood and allows
us to understand the network of small streets and other buildings in a different way.
From the air, the difference between the ancient city that corresponds to the Roman and
medieval times of the city, l’Eixample and the modern city is clearly appreciated. Leer más
Barcelona is an amazing city with so much to offer its visitors. It’s sure to be a memory of a lifetime for you and your guests.
Barcelona is a cosmopolitan city that has sea, art, architecture, gastronomy, business and shopping. It is a city full of attractions for tourists and offers plenty of varied experiences, through which each visitor can find his own way to see Barcelona. Leer más
European Safety Promotion Network Rotorcraft
CatHelicopters follow the guidelines of the ESPN-R. The European Safety Promotion Network Rotorcraft (ESPN-R) is a mixed industry-authorities team established in January 2017 by the Rotorcraft Sectorial Committee (RSC), now called the Rotorcraft Committee (R.COM).
Meet Barcelona with our Blog
Barcelona is one of the 20 most visited cities in the world, and is the fourth European city behind London, Paris and Istanbul.
The attractions of the city, are many, as well as its good weather even in winter.
Today we will pay attention to a part of the city: the old town. The old town is called “Ciutat Vella”, and as its name indicates is the oldest part of the city. It consists of four different neighbourhoods that deserve special attention each one of them: the Gothic Quarter, the Barceloneta, the Raval, Sant Pere, Santa Caterina and La Ribera. We will pay attention to one of them in the following posts.
This unique range of mountains and monastery is best viewed by air.
At 1236 meters (4055 ft) above the valley floor, Montserrat is the highest point of the Catalan lowlands, and stands central to the most populated part of Catalonia. The stone monolith is ideally located to play an important role in the cultural and spiritual life of Catalonia Leer más