Month: June 2017


Where to buy Spanish products in Las Ramblas

Shopping in Barcelona can be fun but challenging at the same time. It is fun due to the infinite amount of shops for different needs and preferences, and it is challenging because one can get easily lost in this “shopping ocean”. The good news is that shops in Barcelona are well divided by zones. There […]

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Discover Sor Rita, one of the quirkiest bars in Barcelona

Barcelona is known for its great nightlife, with plenty of clubs, discos, and bars where you can get together with your friends and have a good time. If you’re looking for a fun night out at a bar that offers something a bit different with a great atmosphere and music, then head to one of […]

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WeFitter, stay fit and work in Barcelona

WeFitter is the app that everyone is talking about. Why? Because it offers people the possibility to work and to stay fit while doing so. Designed for all the people that lead a rather sedentary life, it aims to help them regain health while being active at work. Does it sound too good to be true? Don’t […]

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H10 Casa Mimosa

Opened in 2016, H10 Casa Mimosa is located in a listed 19th-century modernist building in the Eixample neighborhood. The four star hotel is very near Passeig de Gràcia, famous for its shopping, restaurants and iconic architecture. The rooftop terrace overlooks Antoni Gaudí’s Casa Mila and its ornate chimneys. All rooms have views outward either to Pau […]

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Fire celebrations: only for crazy and sensible people!

Dancing to fire makes you feel you are in an ancestral atmosphere. It is often a representation Good vs Evil, people dress as demons and dance to the sound of drums, which increases the ancestral feeling to it. Smoke and sparkles fill the streets during a Correfoc These fire celebrations are often a mixture of […]

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My 5 favourite patios in the Gothic Quarter

Today we explore some of the sweetest spots of the Old City Core of Barcelona, the so called Gothic Quarter or Ciutat Vella (‘the old city’). If the intention is to get lost, let it happen! But there’s certainly some hidden spots that could be missed… …Around the Cathedral If we start exploring the Gothic Quarter, […]

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For the first time the Sacristy of Montserrat is open to the public

If you want to enjoy the best adventure in Montserrat, you must depart from Plaça Catalunya where the friendly orange umbrellas team is waiting for you. The adventure starts heading towards the well-known Mountain, an hour away from the city of Barcelona. After touring curvilinear roads with the private bus to the top of the […]

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Above: Hassun, the second course which sets the seasonal theme of the traditional Kaiseki Japanese dinner Yashima means “Japan” in the ancient Japanese language. The restaurant opened in 1989 with the mission of bringing genuine Japanese culture to Barcelona. Management has been passed down to a second generation of the Yamashita family. Yashima restaurant has a […]

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