Month: July 2017


Discover arts in the streets of Barcelona

Barcelona is home to a variety of internationally renowned art galleries and museums where you can discover some incredible and inspiring art. But you can also get inspired simply by walking around the city where you can find various sculptures. Here are some of the most popular ones to look out for as you wander through the streets […]

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Have a great tapa at Cerveseria Catalana

Those who visit Barcelona and want to sample some good local gastronomy usually go directly for the paellas, sausages, and seafood. And while those are great dishes, there are also other, smaller gastronomic delights that are worthy of being sampled: the famous tapas. Having tapas is a tradition in Catalonia and provides a great way of socializing, with […]

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Have a physiotherapy session at home in Barcelona

Daily life can weigh on us, making our bodies stressed or frail. Sometimes we require professional help to get the body to relax or improve its condition. But going out for a physiotherapy session sometimes discourages people from seeking treatment, due to reduced mobility or simply a lack of time. If this is your case, then […]

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Almanac Barcelona

Almanac Barcelona is situated Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 619-621 in the Eixample neighborhood. Two buildings from different eras underwent extensive renovation and were combined to create the hotel comprising 91 luxurious accommodations. The award-winning interior and landscape architectural firm Jaime Beriestain Studio chose grey, beige and gold tones throughout with accents of oak and walnut. Antique […]

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La Xula Taperia

La Xula Taperia was founded around the time of the Nit de Sant Joan in 2013 by Madrileña Tamara Lefelman. It is situated on a lively corridor in the Gràcia neighborhood connecting the Mercat de l’Abaceria and Plaça de la Revolució. The bar is a popular neighborhood gathering place, where the locals come together and […]

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25 years after: Five things that Olympic Games changed in Barcelona

Olympic Games in Montjuïc, Barcelona This 25th of July commemorates the 25th anniversary of the opening ceremony of the Barcelona Summer Olympic Games. The adventure to host this huge event for the first time started many years before, though, with a big transformation of the city, the emergence of new infrastructures and even a change […]

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Hotel Bagués

Opened in 2010, 5-star Hotel Bagués is the result of a collaboration between Bagués-Masriera Jewelers and Derby Hotels Collection. The 31-room boutique hotel is situated on La Rambla in a palace designed in 1850 by the architect Josep Fontserè i Domènech. Previously it had housed one of Bagués-Masriera’s historic jewelery shops and part of their studio. […]

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Top 7 Barcelona Monuments in Summer by Night

Barcelona might be undeniably hot in Summer, and, like in almost every warm place in the world, life turns more active towards the evening: we selected what we considered the upcoming top 7 Summer Night plans in Barcelona’s Monuments. Take your best cocktail clothes, charge your camera and cheers!  Maybe every night, perhaps once a week, […]

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