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  • Terrassa

    Are you looking a flat to share in Terrassa City center with other students? We are renting rooms from 325€. The apartment has 160m2, fireplace, fully equipped kitchen, central heating, parquet, fiber optic with WIFI, cleaning service of common areas and three...

    0 by laRasa, in What to do Barcelona, 14 days ago
  • Oktoberfest Barcelona

    The 6th edition of Oktoberfest is arriving in Barcelona from the 4th to the 14th of October in La Fira de Montjuic in Barcelona. Free entry. The Oktoberfest Barcelona is organised in the purest German style, with a 5000 m2 large marquee, live music with bands and DJ's,...

    0 by Katy, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Barcelona, 2 months ago
  • La Sagrada Familia

    Is different the nature of The side of the Passione, built in the second half of the 900 and adorned with the art of Josep Maria Subirachs. The contrast of the two different architectural stile (even the different type of stone used) is really obvious, but seems that...

    0 by Gloria, in What to see Barcelona, 2 months ago
  • Park Guell

    I did not know whether to enter or not. Olcha did not want and my budget was limited and it was just a beginning of our trip! Outside the gate we saw a crowd of people, I thought "We can let it go". Finally I said no to these thoughts. I am in Barcelona, my dream city,...

    0 by Zofia, in What to see Barcelona, 5 months ago
  • National Burger Barcelona

    During the days I've been in Barcelona I've been able to try many restaurants, including hamburgers. Of all of them, I get one: National Burger Barcelona. I didn't remember such a delicious meat, there could already be something similar in my city. Above it is near the...

    0 by Brendan, in Where to eat Barcelona, 6 months ago
  • Erasmus Housing Barcelona

    During the days I've been in Barcelona I've been able to try many restaurants, including hamburgers. Of all of them, I get one: National Burger Barcelona. I didn't remember such a delicious meat, there could already be something similar in my city. Above it is near the...

    0 by Brendan, in Erasmus party Barcelona, 6 months ago
  • Razzmatazz and The Marina district

    Today I want to talk to you about the best club in Barcelona, in my opinion. It is called Razzmatazz and can be found in the Marina district. Firstly, you need to know that this club plays different types of music everyday of the week. For me personally, I think...

    0 by Georgia, in Erasmus party Barcelona, 10 months ago
  • 4D Gaudí Experience

    Hello everybody! Today I'm writing from Barcelona and this time I'm going to be talking briefly about my experience at the tourist attraction called the Gaudí 4D Experience. The first thing I have to clear up is that this attraction is run by a private company and the...

    0 by Beth, in What to do Barcelona, 10 months ago
  • Parc de la Ciutadella

    Hello again to my brave and adventurous readers! This post is specially dedicated to my friends Xavi and Noe, who got me to discover this city in such a magical, enjoyable, casual and very special way. And I think that it was thanks to their company and what great...

    0 by Beth, in What to see Barcelona, one year ago
  • Gràcia Barrio

    Hello again! What is this post going to be about? I'm going to write to you about something a little different. I'm going to tell you about a very charming neighbourhood in Barcelona. It's the Gràcia Barrio. Source This neighbourhood is situated just above the...

    0 by Beth, in What to see Barcelona, one year ago
  • Restaurants in Barcelona

    The place is incredibly spacious with many tables and so on. It is an Eastern style restaurant, when you enter there is a Buddha and it is very well lit with Indian-style low lights. The food is very abundant, and sushi is exquisite!

    0 by Kate, in Where to eat Barcelona, one year ago
  • Montjuic

    Hello, guys! This article is about some sport and culture. Of course, I’ll add some food recommendations in case you get hangry (hungry plus angry). Climb with Adela and I on the Montjuic Hill! Look what we’ll find! The Catalonia National Art Museum...

    0 by Dominique, in What to see Barcelona, one year ago
  • Jardins de Laribal

    This could be perfectly one of my favourites places in all Barcelona. For me, this park the perfect place to chilling myself from what sorrounds me: stress of the city, my own nervousness, people,... Personally, I love the classic age, and this park envolve me to this...

    0 by Laura, in What to see Barcelona, one year ago
  • Txapela

    This is a lovely pinchos place to go to just after you visit Casa Mila - you can literally still see Mila from the outdoor seating area! The pinchos are super cheap but also pretty fancy: lots of fresh seafood and fancy pastries and avocado. It is delicious! And a huge...

    0 by Itxaso, in Where to eat Barcelona, one year ago
  • Fallas Valencia

    I'm so excited for Las Fallas fire festival coming up in March, I went last year with the Stoke Travel day trip.. it was a crazy trip with many students, they organized the transport and we got to enjoy the festival which is itself a wild tradition, so much fire on the...

    0 by Daniela, in Erasmus party Barcelona, one year ago
  • Bunkers del Carmel

    Barcelona is a very magical city, and it is filled with hiddens spots that only locals know about. One of these places is called Bunkers del Carmel. I was told about this place by one of my coworkers in a school where I did my Erasmus practical period. We were talking...

    0 by Martha, in What to see Barcelona, one year ago
  • Montserrat

    Without any doubt, it's one of the symbols of Catalunia, a place that you can't avoid to visit if you are spending few days around this region. People says that it's the second most visited sanctuary in Spain, after Santiago. The amazing natural landscape that surrounds...

    0 by martina, in What to see Barcelona, one year ago
  • Hospital de Sant Pau

    This former Barcelona hospital, located in the district of El Guinardo, was founded in 1401. By the demographic and economic growth in the early nineteenth century, the architect Lluís Domènech Montanerconçut draws the plan for a new modernist hospital of which...

    0 by Mirabelle, in What to see Barcelona, one year ago
  • Parc Güell

    Hello Ana! I remember when I studied History of Art as an undergraduate and became absolutely infatuated with the work of Gaudi. And rightly so! Just look at this fantastic park! I only knew about its artistic history and historical facts, but now thanks to you, I have...

    0 by Christian Jeremy, in What to see Barcelona, 2 years ago
  • Camp Nou

    Camp Nou Though the original name of this stadium is Estadi del FC Barcelona, it is commonly known as the 'Camp Nou' (the ‘new ground’), which is located opposed to the club’s old home at Les Corts. This stadium covers the area of 55000 square metres with maximum...

    0 by Crazy, in What to see Barcelona, 2 years ago

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