Culture

The Coolest Streets in Barcelona

Strolling through Barcelona can be a magical experience surrounded by the beauty that surrounds Barcelona, ​​with its characteristic modernist architecture buildings, its medieval stone streets, or with the Mediterranean Sea in the background. If you are visiting Barcelona, we have made a selection of some of the most beautiful streets in the city where you […]

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6 Roman Heritage Spots in Barcelona Which Will Inspire to Write a Novel

Blog by Dorian Martin. Barcelona is one of the most beautiful and exciting European cities. One minute you’re standing in the busy and urban La Rambla, and the other you’re looking at an old  Roman cemetery that dates back to ancient times. It’s amazing how versatile, mysterious, and unique the streets of Barcelona are. And, […]

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Sustainable Traveling Spots & Tips in Barcelona

Blog by Dorian Martin. Barcelona is surely one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. However, after passing months in the Covid-19 lockdown, now the city and its first tourists are adjusting to the new normality.They are enjoying Barcelona less crowded and experiencing a more local atmosphere than ever. Thus, it’s about time to […]

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Thinking of Popping the Question in Barcelona? Here’s How to Do It, Couples

Blog by Lucy Peters Author Andrew Barger once said, “Even the moon was embarrassed by the beauty of Barcelona.” The city’s amazing architecture, rich history, superb cuisine, and lovely beaches are some of the reasons why residents and visitors find the city attractive and special. It’s also building a reputation as a romantic place for wedding proposals. If you’re planning to ask what is probably the most important question […]

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If you can’t go to culture, culture comes to you! New guided virtual tours

After more than 2 months of an extremely strict lockdown, Barcelona is expected to open up slowly towards a so called ‘new normality’. The good news is that a number of museums reopened their doors after all these weeks, cautiously, and with new rules to balance public safety. Sagrada Família with no one around during […]

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Barcelona in times of Coronavirus: do not cancel, reschedule your trip… This will also pass

In this video you can see people clapping their hands from their homes to encourage each other in Spain. Today the situation we are living in worldwide seems more like the script of a fiction movie than the year 2020, that many thought would be the begining of a new age. I imagine that those […]

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How to Stay Safe During a Family Vacation in Barcelona

Report by Lucy Peters. Barcelona is one of the most visited cities in the world, having welcomed over 9 million visitors to the city in 2019. Recent sightings of drones by pilots caused the temporary closure of Madrid’s Barajas Airport has lead to concerns about air safety in general in Spain. On land, awareness of personal safety is equally […]

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All you need to know to enjoy Christmas and New Year’s Eve in Barcelona 

How to celebrate Christmas & New Year’s Eve in Barcelona as a local? Barcelona’s holiday season is magical. The city is filled with decorated Christmas trees, nativity scenes, Christmas markets, and other rich traditions that bring the season to life.  Us Catalans have some of our own traditions that you won’t find anywhere else. When […]

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