Month: July 2018


The Catalan Big Brother – The best webcams in Barcelona

What better way to have a first approach to a city than watching its life live. Webcams are becoming more and more popular in the most important cities of the world and Barcelona cannot lag behind. Yes, we also have them in our city and we are going to tell you which are the best […]

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What are the requirements of landlords and renters in a rental contract?

To whom does each task regarding the apartment apply? Who is in charge of insurance in case of a robbery? What are the requirements of the landlord and what are those of the renter? This can be a motive for litigation: not having clearly defined the requirements of each party. Normally these are indicated in […]

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La Dama

The recently reopened La Dama is one of the most elegant and romantic restaurants in Barcelona. The interior has the feel of a private club. It is set in Casa Sayrach, an architectural gem on the corner of Carrer Enric Granados and Avinguda Diagonal in the Eixample neighborhood. Casa Sayrach dates back to 1918, one of […]

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Radix Barcelona

Finding an ideal property in Barcelona can be a complicated, stressful and time consuming business. Radix Barcelona was created in 2017 to address these issues and make the property buying experience smooth, efficient and effective. The name Radix is also the Latin word for roots, reflecting the mission of finding outstanding properties where clients can […]

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Hen party/ Hen do Barcelona

Have you decided to celebrate a birthday or a Bachelorette’s party in Barcelona? Excellent idea! The Catalan’s capital is one of the greatest European’s destinations to have fun among your friends. Moreover, in order to frame your trip with marvellous pictures, you should contact a professional Hen’s Party photographer as HEN PARTY PHOTOGRAPHER BARCELONA. Let […]

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The Use of Catalan Sign Language in Barcelona

Catalonia is one of Spain´s most well-known bilingual regions, where orally-spoken Catalan and Spanish are both recognized on an institutional level in society. Interestingly, however, this bilingualism does not apply to the region’s use of sign language. An introduction to Catalan Sign LanguageAlthough Spanish Sign Language, or LSE (Lengua de signos española), is used by […]

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The Best Spots For Yogurt In Barcelona

Report by: Lucy Peters. Creamy, light, and refreshing, there’s no better way to cool down on a hot Barcelona day than with yogurt. This city has a rich history where yogurt’s concerned — the first industrialized production of yogurt occurred here in 1919 when Isaac Carasso founded his now famous company, “Danone”. Today, you’ll find many yogurterias around the […]

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CeleBreak: Play Amateur Football in Barcelona

CeleBreak was launched in 2014 by brothers Daniel and Sebastian Foth and their cousin Gabriel Fustero Fernández. The football loving family team organizes daily football sessions, football leagues and different tournaments for amateur players in Barcelona and its surrounding areas. Daily Pick-Up Football Daily Pick-Up Football Sessions allow you to join whenever you want and pay […]

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