Shows in Barcelona’s Theatres in 2019

Theatre is a passion, entertainment, and a little bit of magic… There is an interaction between actors and audience, almost an intimate embrace, where emotions like empathy, sadness, joy, laughter – or all of these emotions at the same time – can occur. If you love theatre, you like people and art, you like to […]

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Tips for a modern decoration

The decoration of your home always reflects your personality, your tastes but also your financial means. However, it is possible to have a chic decoration with some simple and cheap good ideas. So, if you want to discover all the tips to decorate your home in a modern and elegant style, ShBarcelona presents you its […]

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The medieval towns of Girona

Archway into Monells. Photo by Lorna Charlton. Blog by Lorna Charlton. The province of Girona is home to many things. Beautiful beaches, green mountainsides, fantastic food and wine but also, hidden amongst the hills and in between valleys, you can find some of the most well-preserved medieval towns in the country. Taking the north exit […]

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What to do in Barcelona in December?

There are a lot of different activities you can do in and around the city of Barcelona in December, and some of these activities are even free. So if there is no need to spend money and you don’t have to check your budget, anyone can have fun and explore the city’s culture. In addition […]

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What to Do in Barcelona on Constitution Day 2019

Everyone in Spain celebrates the Day of the Constitution on December 6. It is an official holiday that commemorates the referendum held back in 1978, in which the current Spanish Constitution was massively approved of after experiencing four decades of Franco’s dictatorship. This Constitution from over 40 years ago is still in force today, and […]

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Barcelona’s central libraries

With more than 200 libraries, including about 30 in the city centre, Barcelona has a good network of public institutions that provide access to education and culture. The latter offer several advantages because they are open on Sundays and some close late in the evening (1 am). You can walk around the shelves and reading […]

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5 Tips for an Off-Season City Break in Barcelona

Paseo de Gracia – the posh shopping avenue of Barcelona In a popular tourist city like Barcelona, it can be hard to see the city through the throngs of visitors. One way to get a better feel for a place like Barcelona is to visit in the off-season. You’ll avoid the crowds and weather in […]

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How to Make Moving to Barcelona Less Stressful

Moving to a new place can be a complicated matter, many people find it hard to even think about what needs to happen and in what order exactly. And that is why today’s article by ShBarcelona would like to discuss how to find a new home and how to make the move as easy as […]

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