Staying in Barcelona’s Gayxample

Gayxample is an area located in the district of Eixample, and it can be characterized by its excellent gay-friendly gastronomic offer and gay-friendly hotels and leisure venues. This has not only become a typical urban neighborhood for homosexuals, but is also the preferred area in Barcelona for people with a certain purchasing power, as services […]

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Storing Your Luggage in Barcelona

Barcelona welcomes millions of visitors during the summer, and they come to enjoy the city’s varied gastronomic, leisure and cultural offer. In order to get to know the city better, many people stay in Barcelona for at least a week, but visitors coming from nearby coastal towns for example, only pay the city a short […]

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Five must-see places if you’re passing through Barcelona

If you are lucky enough be visiting this picturesque city and want to take full advantage of your stay but don’t know where to begin, there are multiple option for short-term rental apartments where you can stay. Being such a thriving and lively city, you are likely to be close to a central point of […]

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Weekend Getaway Near Barcelona: Lleida

Located just one hour away from Barcelona by AVE (High-speed rail), Lleida is idyllically situated on the River Segre. The city is nestled amongst two emblematic hills and has enough charm to wet the appetite of any city-loving explorer. Its surrounding region, the province of Lleida, also boasts some of the finest scenery in Catalonia. […]

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Discover Palafrugell

Palafrugell, a municipality in the province of Girona, Catalonia, sits along the magical Mediterranean coastline of Costa Brava. Historically, the region was famous for its cork production industry which served many local Catalan vineyards. It has, however, been transformed in recent years into a popular holiday destination for both foreigners and Spanish locals alike. The municipality includes […]

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How to buy tickets to La Pedrera, or Casa Milà?

One of the most recognized monuments in Barcelona is Casa Milà, also known as La Pedrera, an amazing work by Barcelona’s most famous architect Antoni Gaudí. Completed in 1912, Casa Milà was designed to be a private residence and was commissioned by Pere Milà. It remained a home until the 1960s when the original owners died […]

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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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Alternative architecture to discover in Barcelona

Barcelona is famously known for its gorgeous architecture. The city is the home of dazzling constructions such as La Pedrera, Casa Amatller, Park Güell, Casa Lleó Morera and Hospital de Sant Pau. But there are other very interesting architectonic landmarks that are worth being visited. Some of them can be explored on the inside, while […]

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