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  • 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, 15 days 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, 7 months 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, 7 months 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, 10 months 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, 10 months 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, 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, 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, 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, one year 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, one year ago
  • Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya

    Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Spain The Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya is well known for Catalan arts of nineteen and twenty centuries and outstanding collection of Romanesque church paints. The museum is located on the Montjuic hill with front view of...

    0 by Crazy, one year ago
  • Las Ramblas

    Source Hello guys! Today I have changed the city for you and I am going to tell you about Barcelona, and since I have not told you about the famous Ramblas and Plaza Cataluña on here, I am going to dedicate today's publication to that. The centre of Barcelona is one...

    0 by Evie, one year ago
  • Exhibition of the war correspondent, Plàcid García-Planas

    The Catalan journalist, Plàcid García-Planas, presented a collection of objects that invite you to reflect on the world that we live in, which are exhibited in Arts Santa Mónica Barcelona. "The Archive of the war correspondent" is one of the diverse exhibitions that...

    0 by Evie, one year ago
  • Gracia Neighbourhood

    BARRIO DE GRACIA Let's continue talking about Barcelona. Today I'm talking about a very interesting neighbourhood in the city of Barcelona, the Barrio de Gracia. On the dates we went on the trip, Gracia was in festivities and the truth is that it was worth walking...

    0 by Evie, one year ago
  • Plaça Sant Jaume

    Barcelona is on the center of the news for the last months. There is a political revolution happening there: the city is the capital of Catalunya independent region in Spain and there is a separatist movement rising there.  In the last months the people have voted for...

    0 by Ethel, one year ago
  • Barcelona, Spain

    Sagrada Família, Spain This is a huge unfinished Basilica located in Barcelona, Spain. Church was raised to basilica in 2010 by Pope Benedict XVI. It was started to build the church from 1882 under the guidance of Antoni Guadi, though still the construction activities...

    0 by Crazy, one year ago
  • Barcelona, Spain

    Park Güell Park Güell which is named under UNESCO world heritage in 1984, is public park which was opened in 1926 at Barcelona, Spain.Park is located on a small hill which is named as Carmel hill. This is an example of Gaudí's artistic plenitude. Casa Museu Gaudí...

    0 by Crazy, one year ago
  • Park Güell

    Parc Guell is one of the most famous places in Barcelona. You've probably seen pictures of it before: a colorful llizard in from of a colorful staircase sounds familiar?  The constructions in the park are different that any other in the world, probably because they're...

    0 by Ethel, one year ago
  • Santa Maria del Mar

    Santa Maria del Mar is a gothic church in Barcelona, really close to Barceloneta Beach. That's the reason why the place is dedicated to the ocean. With really big columns and towers, the church was built in the 14th century by spanish royalties. In it's interior you can...

    0 by Ethel, one year ago
  • Parc de la Ciutadella

    In the middle of Barrio Gótico in Barcelona there is a huge park called Parc de la Ciutadella. It is a green oasis surrouded by historic and gothic buildings. It's a great place to rest after visiting the many churches and museums around. You can admire nature, see...

    0 by Ethel, one year ago

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