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Barcelona Nighttime

What to do in Barcelona during a city break

The city of Barcelona is part of the region of Catalonia, in the northeast of Spain. This city has many landmarks, monuments designed by Gaudí, a port filled with restaurants and a stadium. Explore the city’s architecture Barcelona is a city that is known for its architecture. The medieval city center has cobblestone streets and […]

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Gaudi´s Buildings

Barcelona without Gaudí is not Barcelona | Art

To be honest, the main reason for tourists to visit Barcelona it’s not because “Spain is different” but for the architecture and wacky creations of one of its most famous architects: Antoni Gaudí. This architect had a powerful imagination ahead of his time that projected in many creations before his accidental death hit by a […]

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Barcelona Chocolate Paradise

Chocolate tasting in Barcelona

If you’re seeking an experience that will delight your palate, you can attend a chocolate tasting in Barcelona. This activity lasts an average of two hours and includes chocolate tasting workshops where you can taste seven to twelve types of chocolates and all necessary materials plus porviding a certificate of attendance. In the Barcelona chocolate […]

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Pesca Salada Entrance

Pesca Salada bar in Barcelona

There is a small bar which is inconspicuous but with so much character and a very original decoration in Barcelona. Here’s my presentation of Pesca Salada, a place of only 15 square meters that however encloses a whole world of cocktails stories. It is located in Calle de la Cera where few tourists generally arrive […]

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Barcelona Markets

All Markets in Barcelona

The local markets are an unconventional way to visit a city dispossessed from the role of visit. You can immerse yourself in the habits and quirks of the citizens of that place, try the flavors, smells and gestures of an identity that is not yours. Certainly to admire the many works in museums, marvel at […]

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What to see in the barrios of Sant Pere, Santa Caterina and Ribera in the old town of Barcelona

The old town Ciutat Vella, is the historic center of Barcelona, ​​the historic core of the Catalan capital, has grown up from its port, and then climbed on the hills in front. Today the city has grown since it was released from its ancient boundaries and the Ciutat Vella is one of the 10 districts […]

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Casa Batllo

Modern Barcelona: Casa Batllo

To conclude the modernist trip through Passeig de Gràcia, after Amatller House and Casa Lleó Morera we stop at the famous, amazing, extraordinary Casa Batllo. Casa Batllo Gaudi Swirl Casa Batllo Outside This work of Antoni Gaudi is a very well known tourist destination and therefore I will not be here to tell you why, […]

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