Month: September 2016


Where to have ice cream in Barceloneta

There is only one thing better than a good ice cream – a good ice cream by the beach. Lucky for you, the Barcelona seaside neighborhood of Barceloneta is home to plenty of establishments where you can have this delicious cold treat. But since you deserve only the best, we went ahead and selected only the cream […]

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Best tapas in the Gothic neighborhood

The Gothic Quarter is on the list of the trendiest neighborhoods in the Catalan capital. It is an area that is steeped in history and is also the area in the city with the highest concentration of tapas bars. Here are our top 4. Sensi Bistro Photo by zoonabar via VisualHunt Sensi Bistro opened in 2013 and […]

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Masia Freixa, Terrassa

Masia Freixa is situated in the Parc de Sant Jordi, a short walk from Terrassa Rambla. Originally designed as a textile factory in 1896, between 1907 and 1910 the building was converted into the family residence of the industrialist Josep Freixa. The reform was led by the modernist architect Lluís Muncunill i Parellada. The building has a […]

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Pilates in Poblenou

A combination of physical therapy, yoga and gymnastics, Pilates brings tremendous benefits to the bodies and minds of its practitioners. If you’re looking to stay in shape and keep stress at bay, it’s a great solution – and you can do it in Poblenou, one of Barcelona’s most famous neighbourhoods. Let us tell you where… […]

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Barcelona City Pass

What if you could save both time and money during your visit to Barcelona, all with one simple pass? The Barcelona City Pass has brought this idea to life with a convenient and cost effective solution that grants you free admission to many of the top museums and attractions in the city. Trencadis mosaic tile […]

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