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  • Hola Barcelona! Part II

    I slept very comfortably in the living room last night. Except that their pet cat kept coming and going, but she was cute anyway. My friend was already up. We went to the kitchen and were surprised. The couple- the owners had already left but was surprised was the...

    0 by Saba, 4 days ago
  • How to be a Tourist

    An instructional video about how to be a good tourist, or foreigner, in Barcelona! Enjoy! We walk through the streets of Barcelona, full of tourists, and we pass all of the landmarks, eat paella and drink sangria, go to a Flamenco show and address Barcelona's other...

    0 by Rosanna, 5 days ago
  • Hola Barcelona!

    Hola Barcelona! Our jounery with the Flixbus from Milan to Barcelona Nord lasted for some 13 hours. I think this was my 6th journey of above 10 hours in a bus. So I was quite comfortable with the idea of sleeping in the bus at night by then. Everyone make mistakes and...

    0 by Saba, 6 days ago
  • What language should you speak in Barcelona?

    Introduction One question, a thousand answers! After having acquired "a bit" of experience, I feel like I can finally respond to this question. The answer, however, is quite complex and it really depends on what interests you have when you visit this dreamy city. Months...

    0 by Daniele, 20 days ago
  • The corners of Barcelona

    Hello! I am going to dedicate a blog entry to one of the most popular and visited Spanish cities: Barcelona. What is special about this city that causes it to attract and fascinate so many people? Come with me to discover a small part of what Barcelona has to offer,...

    0 by Evie, 20 days ago
  • Today I have an appoinment with Mr Antoni Gaudi

    General Information Brief summary of Barcelona, I can sum up with a sentence: this is a place you can go forever, even  there are many times I have visited this city, I do not know boring. There is a thousand odd ways of exploring Barcelona, as well as a thousand and...

    2 by Hoàng, 2 months ago
  • Barcelona - Public transport system for first visited traveller.

    Since I have visited Barcelona many times, I personally find the Metro station layout is quite simple, there are no places to sell tickets, gas station is just a simple bar. But looking at the map, I mean to those new to Barcelona that Barcelona's metro system is a real...

    2 by Hoàng, 2 months ago
  • Colombus Momunent - My little feeling.

    Columbus and the New World When I came to visit this city in Barcelona, I always walked on La Rambla Boulevard, stretching from Placa de Catalunya until the last point where I visited the Columbus Monument, a Great pioneer in discovering the New World. Columbus...

    2 by Hoàng, 2 months ago
  • Barcelona: the sights to see

    Barcelona is a city very close to my heart; I have travelled there several times and lived there twice. During those times, I worked, danced, explored, ate, drank, took photos and generally explored as much as I could. As you probably already know, Barcelona is very...

    0 by Lucinda, 3 months ago
  • Barcelona - A day with Ha Luong

    A Day in Barcelona - Not enough for Barcelona Still with motifs one day in one place, one day over there, today I will take you to the famous tourist city of Barcelona. Before starting the article I would like to emphasize that one day is never enough for Barcelona...

    2 by Hoàng, 3 months ago
  • Exploring: El Born

    I was fortunate to live a stone’s throw away from El Born, otherwise known as La Ribera, during my last stint of living in Barcelona. El Born has to be one of my favourite districts in the city, for its winding alleyways, bohemian vibe and various squares in which you...

    0 by Lucinda, 3 months ago
  • Dawns in Barcelona

    A couple of weeks before moving back from Barcelona last month, I made a to-do list: everything I wanted to experience before leaving the city. Two of the things on this list were to see the dawn; once at the beach and once at the Carmel Bunkers, to watch the sun rise...

    0 by Lucinda, 3 months ago
  • Luxury plans in Barcelona, just for fun?

    Barcelona is a luxury destination loved by tourists and erasmus students with a high purchasing power, exactly like London, Rome or Paris. It is not a secret that Barcelona is a magical city, with its own beauty and with an almost inexhaustible supply of culture and...

    0 by Carlos, 3 months ago
  • My first time in Barcelona!

    Planning the trip... A few years ago I visited the "ciudad condal" for the first time, the city also known as Barcelona. I'd wanted to visit the city for quite a while, but I had never really encountered the time to go ahead and discover it for good. When I started...

    0 by Daniele, 3 months ago
  • Camp Nou - My dream has come true

     l love Football and I love FCB too. I used to go to Bacerlona and back again, I decided to go to the Nou Camp. In fact, most tourists who come to Barcelona full of beautiful scenery and rich history to visit this famous football stadium. To be honest, you can see...

    2 by Hoàng, 3 months ago
  • Encounters in Barcelona no. 1: The Danish Coke addict

    Whilst living and working in Barcelona, one of my favourite weekend pastimes was to walk down to the beach after my Sunday morning run, find a seat at one of the beach bars, have a beer and watch the world go by. Barcelona is host to such a great variety of people, and...

    0 by Lucinda, 4 months ago
  • In a twist about Tie-dye

    Welcome back to vol. 3 of Half a Bottle of Pisco and a Cactus! To begin this story, it is necessary to make a confession: I am eternally struggling with the tug-of-war between a bohemian heart and a bourgeois brain. For example, the desire to travel and explore, but...

    0 by Lucinda, 4 months ago
  • Barcelona: the multicultural city

    Barcelona is a multicultural city open to everyone; and that's why it's the perfect city to come from Erasmus. Not only will you find a slice of all the parts of Spain, but also from all parts of the world. Source Source In this article I tell you some secrets to find...

    0 by Carlos, 4 months ago
  • Residencia Reina de la Pau - Barcelona, Spain - Review

    I stayed at this residence for the 2016-2017 academic year. I am simply writing this review to clear up any ambiguities, especially in relation to North American standards and expectations, and some things did not go as expected. I’m not saying that this residence is...

    0 by Mina, 4 months ago

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