Month: April 2017


Best shops in Passeig de Gràcia

If you feel like treating yourself to a shopping spree then Passeig de Gràcia is the first place you should start. Known for its plethora of luxury boutiques and brands you have all the choice you could ask for when it comes to shopping for quality products. Here’s our pick of the very best shops for fashionistas and shopping addicts […]

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Coaching sessions in English in Barcelona

Coaching differs from therapy as it focuses on what goals you want to achieve and how to attain them through developing habits and skills. The sessions focus on your current and future aims in life, rather than your past. Photo via Pexels Coaching can be used both for your personal life and professional career to […]

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Hidden wonders of the Costa Dorada

Costa Dorada, the stretch of coast between Barcelona and Tarragona, is known for some of the best beaches in the region and a balmy climate that makes it a favorite for sun-seeking visitors. The odds of finding a peaceful place to get a tan or take a quiet stroll seem small. However, the rocky coves and thick forests […]

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Your soundtrack in Barcelona: five composers from the past two centuries

Here’s an optional playlist of Spanish composers for a harmonious trip to Barcelona Liceu Grand Theater, opened in 1847 What did it sound like in northern Spain 15 decades ago? What are your favourite Spanish composers? Let’s jump back between the ramifications of time and spin back 150 years when the Spanish empire begins to struggle. Their presence in […]

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From Picasso to Barça: Museums you cannot miss on your trip to Barcelona

MNAC National Palace in Montjuïc Barcelona’s wide offer of museums is one more reason that makes it worth a visit. Some of the most important artists of all time have been strongly linked to Catalonia’s main town, and a huge part of their creations have established in the city. Here are some suggestions of museums that […]

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Casa Vicens: Gaudí’s First Major Work

Casa Vicens is the first house designed by Antoni Gaudí after graduating from the Escola Provincial d’Arquitectura de Barcelona 1878. He received his first major commission from Manuel Vicens i Montaner to build a summer estate in Gràcia. *** History of Casa Vicens Work began on the house in 1883 when Gaudí was 31 years […]

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Green Spot

Green Spot, the new restaurant from En Compañía de Lobos serves vegetarian cuisine aimed at satisfying both vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike. The restaurant explores the rich and diverse world of vegetables and their abundant possibilities for delicious food. Vegetables, grains, legumes, seeds, nuts, herbs, cereals, fruits and dairy products are all interpreted from different points of […]

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The Three Hills Walk

This is a beautiful walk of about 6km within the city that takes about 2 hours, winding through the districts of Gràcia, Carmel and Horta-Guinardó. The path into Parque de la Creueta del Coll in Gràcia Along the way we pass three hills: El Coll (249 meters), El Carmel (267 meters) and La Rovira (261 meters). They […]

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